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Ira Sachs' latest film "Little Men" returns to one of the writer/director's favorite subjects -- the effect of gentrification in NYC. This time is viewed through the prism of the friendship of two teenage boys. EDGE spoke to Sachs about the film.
This marks the first time in Equity's 103-year history that the organization has endorsed any political candidate.
People were texting, calling and video-chatting for help during the mass shooting at gay club Pulse in Orlando last June, and their loved ones frantically called police dispatchers in turn, according to audio recordings of 911 alls released by police.
Authorities responded to singer Chris Brown's Los Angeles home early Tuesday after a woman called police seeking assistance, officials said.
A gay New Yorker is suing the NYPD claiming that while he was in the middle of having an asthma attack he was grabbed by two cops, called a "fucking faggot" and arrested. He is seeking $6 million in damages.
A small dig into Trump CEO Stephen Bannon's past uncovers how he feels about women, lesbians and other marginalized communities.
This summer, New Method Wellness, an Orange County-based rehab facility taking a holistic approach to substance abuse treatment, announced the launch of its LGBTQ-inclusive addiction program.
Comedian Rhea Butcher releases her debut comedy album "BUTCHER" this week, via the label Kill Rock Stars, as well as her TV series "Take My Wife," co-starring real-life wife and fellow comedian Cameron Esposito.
An 18-year-old teen boy was arrested in connection to a paintball attack that took place outside a gay club in Stockton, Calif., on the same night as the Pulse Orlando massacre.
Indiana state lawmakers plan to convene Tuesday to discuss what recommendations should be made for the upcoming legislative session regarding rights for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender residents.
New York's highest court has expanded the definition of parenthood by ruling that former same-sex couples have the right to seek visitation and custody of children even when they aren't the biological or adoptive parent.
Frank Ocean's return is paying off: His new album "Blonde" reached No. 1 on Billboard this week.
Panera founder and CEO Ron Shaich considers himself the "discoverer-in-chief," meaning he's in charge of ensuring the bakery chain's image doesn't grow stale.
Apple is expected to show off a new iPhone next week when the company holds its fall product launch event in San Francisco.
A Buncombe County couple is going to court to get permission to keep the 12 cats they refer to as their "tribe" in their refurbished home.
General Motors is recalling nearly 368,000 vehicles to fix a defective part that could prevent the windshield wipers from working.
Thanks to Massive, a New York-based company dedicated to bringing the art form to the masses, you can not only purchase gay manga, you can wear it.
An outbreak of Shigellosis, a common diarrheal disease caused by a group of bacteria called Shigella, is affecting men who have sex with men in Los Angeles, Pasadena, and Long Beach.
Misterb&b features gay hosts providing short-term rentals to gay travelers around the world.
The Key West Business Guild hosted Tropical Heat at the finest all male resorts on the island including The Island House, Alexander's and The New Orleans House. EDGE was there as well. Check out these great photos.