New Mexico became the latest state to legalize gay marriage Thursday as its highest court declared it is unconstitutional to deny marriage licenses to gay and lesbian couples.
New Mexico Supreme Court legalizes same-sex marriage in the state.
After nearly 26 years at its current location, The DC Eagle, D.C.’s main bar catering to the leather/Levi crowd, will close its doors.
Justin Goforth, the director of community relations at Whitman-Walker Health, was elected last week as community co-chair of the Metropolitan Washington Regional Ryan White Planning Council.
London police say there are "a number" of casualties following the apparent collapse of a theater’s roof.
Al Goldstein, the bearded, bird-flipping publisher of Screw magazine who smashed down legal barriers against pornography and raged against politicians, organized religion and anything that even suggested good taste, died Thursday, according to a friend.
LGBT groups and Catholic leaders react to Pope Francis’ unprecedented remarks about gay priests.
Rapper 50 Cent opened up about his feelings on the LGBT community in a new interview with TheWrap, claiming that he has never been homophobic despite using anti-gay slurs in his music.
"D.C.’s so wound-up and uptight," Mark Chalfant says. "Improv classes are really doing a world of good for the people who find us."
Looking for a different spin on holiday music? ’’It won’t be your usual list of holiday songs and carols,’’ Jennifer Bowman avers about the Folger Consort’s annual holiday program.
Eight reindeer say they been forced to pull on more than Santa’s sleigh; they’re accusing Mr. Claus of sexually harassment. Hear their testimonies in Happy Medium’s "The Eight: Reindeer Monologues." Meanwhile, Edge interviews Claus about the allegations.
The co-creators of "Toasted Marshmallows" have collected stories from their families and other mixed-race women in New York City, Chicago, Washington, D.C., Portland, Vancouver, and in August, in Oakland. Next on their destination list - Sri Lanka.
Perhaps it’s because Harvey Schmidt’s book is so timeless, or Tom Jones’ lyrics are so resilient, but Arena’s lucky enough to have a multidimensional cast to give The Fantasticks the magic it needs.
In the Folger Theatre’s imagining of "Romeo and Juliet," the titular lovers are restless and passionate children trying to escape from a world of cruel adults.
HIV+ and way too tired? Look to complex carbs, protein, fat and some key vitamins for a better boost than stimulants.
In the beginning, major news outlets ignored the epidemic because it only struck marginal populations. After a brief window of concern, they have fallen into the same pattern.…
EDGE Goes Social
Viktor&Rolf can finally boast a pied-a-terre in Paris. Though their playful creations have graced Paris Fashion Week’s catwalks for years. The Dutch design duo have never had a boutique in their home from home, the City of Light. That is, until now.
For Fall/Winter 2011, LACOSTE L!VE partners with Cool Cats for an exclusive capsule collection. Cool Cats is a young fashion label already known for cutting-edge design partnerships.
The L.A. Gay & Lesbian Center’s Lily Tomlin/Jane Wagner Cultural Arts Center presents one of the hottest young comedians working today: the hilarious Julie Goldman, star of LOGO’s "The Big Gay Sketch Show."
Looking back at Prides around the country, EDGE has an abundance of riches - so many pics that this is the first part of two albums. Boston, Providence, Philly, DC, LA, Long Beach, Fort Lauderdale, Key West & NYC are represented... with more to follow...
Defense and aerospace giant Lockheed Martin is halting its donations to the Boy Scouts of America over the organization’s ban on gays serving as adult leaders after a review of the company’s philanthropy guidelines, the company said Thursday.
Tupperware Brands CEO Rick Goings joins the "CBS This Morning" co-hosts to discuss how the company has been able to maintain its global popularity.
MoneyWatch executive editor Amey Stone talks to Rob McIver, from the Jensen Funds, about what companies to look out for in the new year.
America’s most famous architect designed innovative buildings, including schools, skyscrapers, hotels, museums - and about 280 homes. Twenty Wright homes are currently for sale. Dean Reynolds reports on the difficulties of selling the properties.
News reports say Brazil’s finance minister has backtracked on plans to possibly delay the implementation of a law requiring automakers to install frontal air bags and anti-locking braking systems in all news cars.
While Chevrolet’s 2014 Silverado looks a lot like its predecessor on the outside, major changes give the new Silverado better ride and handling, improved safety and a more luxurious, quiet interior with features that rival some offices.
Just because it’s safe to use cellphones on a plane, it doesn’t mean that passengers should call just to say hello.
Researchers have created the first real-life bionic leg controlled by the brain, helping amputees walk again. Dr. Jon LaPook looks at the breakthrough technology.
For sharp-elbowed New Yorkers accustomed to walking where they need to go at a big-city pace, the holiday season is hardly the most wonderful time of the year.
EDGE Travel Editor Jason Salzenstein has always considered W Hotels among his favorite places to stay. Given their fabulous style, great locations, and now their PRIDE 365 package, it’s no wonder "The W" is becoming a gay ico...
The UK is fighting HIV infections with "Getting to Zero," a new website that helps educate people about HIV, and donate to worthy charities.
Daily health headlines: Doctors’ advice on swaddling, plus the most popular time to quit smoking and more of today’s top health stories.
The ladies of ’Anchorman 2’ show Ron who’s boss
John Waters Celebrates the Holidays (In His Own Filthy Way)
Bigger is Better: 5 Restaurants for Holiday Parties
2013’s Top Five Best Westboro Baptist Church Fails
Norway, Part II: The Arctic Circle Adventure Continues
Discovering Columbus’s LGBT Midwestern Sensibility