Ariana Grande kept the party going after her "SNL" performance, playing a surprise set at a New York City gay club at 3 a.m.
With her new book and promotional tour, Lena Dunham continues to be the voice of millennials. And as outspoken as ever.
Police arrested Olympic swimmer Michael Phelps on a DUI charge early Tuesday, and officials say he was speeding and failed field sobriety tests when officers pulled him over.
Queen Night has returned to The Donkey Show and a sold-out crowd (thanks to The Welcoming Committee) made it a special night. See who came out!
Even the bad guy can be forgiven in this one, as he helps the movie progress to a final understanding where even he comes to have a change of heart.
Seven African-American lesbians were pilloried for fighting back when sexually harassed in Manhattan's West Village in 2006, as well as being sensationalized in the media with pejorative monikers like the "seething Sapphic septet."
A gorgeous young student's life reaches a place of anxious suspension, as his future, his relationship, and his sexuality all confound him in Yariv Mozer's taut, moody film.
Besides publishing a trilingual magazine, Der Kreis also hosted themed ur-circuit parties in 1958 Zurich.
In the Arts
"Grind: The Movie" an award-winning musical short film inspired by gay hook-up app culture featuring "Rent" star Anthony Rapp available for view online October 1.
EDGE's exclusive interview with "Million Dollar Listing Miami"'s Chris Leavitt. And in case you're wondering - yes - he's single.
This documentary questions the current consumer-driven college system that "encourages leniency rather than rigor" and capitalist expansion over the bare bones, hard work of learning.
Pack your bags and head to the Windy City for a smorgasbord of theatrical invention that unassumingly rivals its East Coast counterpart.
A TV show based on a movie based on a book is a tough sell. However, the magic of Minnie Driver and the strange voodoo magic of Jason Katims and his bizarre reboots make this series pretty decent. Sadly, there are no bonus features to speak of.
It is a welcome development that NMC and BBC Radio have been provided with the funding to archive this complex, 1991 opera by such the noted British composer.
When a baby is born, the first question we ask is whether it is a boy or a girl. However, at that point, you can tell what a baby's sex is, but they cannot yet tell you their gender.
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