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Griddle Art: Pancake and Booze Show

By Connor J. Hogan | Aug 16
Ever wanted to grab a drink or listen to house music while perusing some art? What about scarf pancakes? This weekend, at the Pancakes and Booze Art Show, you can do just that.

Downtown Las Vegas Performers Concerned with Bid to Rein Them In

By Kimberly Pierceall | Aug 12
On the Fremont Street pedestrian mall, Michael Troy Moore can be found wearing nothing but a G-string and a stuffed rooster on his lap while he plays heavy metal music.

Gay Mens' Families Receive $2M in Damages for 2014 Fire

By EDGE | Aug 5
The families of a Manhattan couple were awarded a $2 million settlement following the 2014 fire in a west side high rise that claimed the life of 27-year-old Daniel McClung.

Event for LGBT Equality Hosts Top Chefs and Mixologists

By EDGE | Jul 31
The Human Rights Campaign (HRC) and prominent food writer David Hagedorn once again bring together the capital region's top chefs, pastry chefs, and mixologists for Chefs for Equality -- an evening of food, cocktails and music to benefit LGBT equality.

Shark Sightings Cause Officials to Evacuate Beach Near Fire Island

By EDGE | Jul 24
The sighting of two six-foot sharks swimming close to the shore Thursday caused officials on Long Island to evacuate waters in the Town of Oyster Bay beach located roughly 20-miles west of the gay communities Fire Island Pines and Cherry Grove.

Roaches Lead to Castro Eatery Closures

By Seth Hemmelgarn | Jul 18
A handful of restaurants have reopened in San Francisco's Castro neighborhood after recently being closed when city inspectors found cockroaches and, in some cases, rodent infestations.

PAWS Director 'Forced to Leave'

By Seth Hemmelgarn | Jul 12
The former executive director of Pets Are Wonderful Support, a San Francisco-based nonprofit, says the agency recently made him quit.

Grill Master: David Guas' Barbecue Boot Camp

By Doug Rule | Jul 11
Until very recently, David Guas was little more than your typical backyard griller. "I have grilled since I was young," Guas says, "but it was one of those things that I would always do at home, not necessarily professionally."

Us Helping Us Receives $1.75 Million Grant

By John Riley | Jul 5
Us Helping Us, the HIV-prevention nonprofit that works with black gay and same-gender-loving men received good news: The CDC announced it would award the local organization a five-year grant.

Statement From Fire Island Invasion Organizer: The Show Will Go On

By EDGE | Jul 2
According to event organizer Panzi, the 40th annual "Invasion of the Pines" will go on as scheduled - no thanks to Ian Reisner. PJ McAteer notes that as always, for all in drag, the drinks will be on the house.

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