EDGE, via its technology arm Pride Labs LLC, is the world's largest publisher of mobile products for the LGBT community, publishing hundreds of websites and native apps for iOS and Android on behalf of community partners, businesses and organizations. We also produce the world's most popular LGBT news mobile app and the world's first LGBT digital magazine for iOS (launching for Android in Q1 2016).
Rebooting or starting over is a theme that runs through this month's issue of EDGE's digital magazine. On our cover is former Sirius XM radio personalities Derek Hartley and Romaine Patterson, who, after being unceremoniously let go by the satellite radio giant in June of last year, have branched out on their own with a daily live webcast. Our Fit column is perfect for anyone who's been looking reset their gym-going habits this winter. In Nation this month, we explore what many LGBT charities are doing now that the central issue of marriage equality has been settled. We also feature a piece on a group of noted AIDS activists who were prompted to reboot their activism due to price-gouging by pharmaceutical companies.
On the lighter end of things, we catch up with Justin Trantner, the musical mastermind behind hits by Selena Gomez, Britney and Bieber. Staying in that musical vein, this month's Tuneage column forecasts some of the most anticipated albums of 2016. And putting all that music to good use is a group of LGBT teens in New York City, who are carrying on the tradition of drag balls a la "Paris is Burning."
All this, plus fashion, a circuit party breakdown and a trip to a trio of must-visit Florida destinations.
The EDGE Digital Magazine is available for free on Apple iOS (Android coming Q1 2016), and includes daily news, photography, business directories, weather and giveaways from the EDGE Network.