At last, there is Unpakt.com, a comparison-shopping site that brings the Kayak and Expedia model to finding a qualified moving company. Finding and booking a trustworthy mover is as easy as booking a flight, renting a car or buying home appliances.
Hours after New Yorkers rallied in response to a spate of gay-bashing that’s resulted in one death and fueled concern about hate crimes, there were two more reports of possible anti-gay attacks on Manhattan streets, authorities said Tuesday.
In a statement on their Facebook page today, the owners of Fire Island Pines Ventures announced that long awaited opening of the newly constructed Pavilion Nightclub would not have its official grand opening weekend as planned.
While the Defense of Marriage Act still defines marriage as the union between a man and a woman for federal purposes, the Peace Corps announced it would extend benefits to gay couples to allow them to serve as volunteers together overseas.
Anti-gay Westboro Baptist Church is charging NBA player Jason Collins with being the catalyst for the deadly tornado in Oklahoma.
New York City’s LGBT community reacts to a string of unrelated alleged hate crime attacks that occurred in the city over the course of a week.
A man police have identified as Rahul Bhola, 22, of Flushing, Queens, drowned between Cherry Grove and the Fire Island Pines on Saturday afternoon after he became caught in a strong current.
If you live in New York City, you might want to keep your curtains drawn or you may end up as the unknowing subject in an art gallery.
The Rattlestick Playwrights Theater stages Mando Alvarado’s masterful new play supported by a uniformly exceptional cast, enlightened direction and the best technical design this side of the real thing.
With a scattered, unfocused, and sometimes cruel script, you might feel like you are the one suffering from a hangover.
The influential French electronic duo crafted its first film score, for "Tron: Legacy," three years ago and are now releasing a well-financed, smartly hyped pop album featuring what they call an ensemble cast of contemporary singers and veteran musicians.
Cory Krueckeberg’s directoral debut is a sweet, sexy tale about a country boy and a big-city guy who forge a friendship that turns into something more... much more. Krueckeberg tells EDGE all about it.
Star reveals in the New York Times that she has undergone a preventive double mastectomy because she had "faulty" gene that gave her an 87 percent breast cancer risk. Ben Tracy reports.
From castle crashing to bible thumping, EDGE writer Tony Phillips explores the ins, outs, ups and downs of the multi-billion dollar amusement park ind…
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Your favorite condiment is celebrating its centennial - so slather on the mayo (on a sandwich, that is) in honor of Hellmann’s 100th birthday.
Madonna, Beyonce, Miley Cyrus and Sarah Jessica Parker were just some of the stars sporting punk fashion looks at the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s annual costume gala. CBSNews.com’s Ken Lombardi reports.
Vanity Nightclub located in the Hard Rock Hotel is one of the hottest spots in Sin City. Feast your eyes on these fabulous dancers and you’ll understand why.
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Nathan Kelly, Epiphany, and Jose Maserati presented the opening night of this hot, new party at XL. The boys came out to dance, enjoy the great beats by DJ Nando, see the sexy GoGo dancers, enjoy a hot Body Contest, and have fun with host Bianca Del Rio.
One after another, major U.S. corporations have updated anti-discrimination policies to protect gay, lesbian and transgender workers, drawing plaudits from gay-rights groups. There’s one prominent exception: Exxon Mobil Corp.
A 408-foot spire has been secured to the top of the new World Trade Center, which will make the building the tallest in the U.S. Charlie Rose reports.
NASA’s GOES-13 satellite captured images of the storm system that sparked tornadoes in the middle of the country. The video includes images of the twister left dozens of people dead in Moore, Okla.
Google’s wearable computer is facing stiff resistance, mostly over privacy concerns. Scott Stein senior editor of CNET joins in studio 57 to talk about the future of Goggle Glasses.
From castle crashing to bible thumping, EDGE writer Tony Phillips explores the ins, outs, ups and downs of the multi-billion dollar amusement park industry that is still trying to find its niche in the LGBT community. Part 1 of a 2-part series.
Billions of dollars of new development are putting Cincinnati back on the map as a business and travel destination. There are some great ways to explore the city that are absolutely free.
CBS News contributor Dr. David Agus, director of the Westside Cancer Center at the University of Southern California, talks to the "CBS This Morning" co-hosts about why the cost for a genetic test for breast cancer is so high.
McDonald’s is unveiling a menu board with calorie counts for every item. Other eateries will be doing the same. But will it help Americans get healthier?
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