Laverne Cox will host a documentary on MTV and Logo next month that profiles seven young transgenders.
Veteran photographer and ACT UP/NY member Bill Bytsura is launching a Kickstarter campaign to fund the publication of his coffee table-style art book, titled "The AIDS Activist Project."
Mexican officials are seeking to slap Miley Cyrus with a fine for getting spanked on stage with the country's flag.
Chicago's Women's Words Fest will now include a week of lesbian-themed entertainment, including a film festival, staged readings, dance, prose and plays, all at the Chicago Public House Theater.
This movie uses its Neeson, but it doesn't earn it.
The latest YA adaptation is a paint-by-numbers dystopian thriller whose saving grace is the magnetic male lead character played by "Teen Wolf's" Dylan O'Brien.
It's a tough life for three twenty-somethings in a Navajo community in New Mexico, as they search for love and acceptance in a town that has gained notoriety for having one of the highest rates of alcohol abuse in the country.
The true story of an Australian woman who trekked 1,700 miles across the desert would seem a fascinating story, but the lack of drama makes it a tepid journey.
In the Arts
Nick Dietz compiles some of the week's best viral videos, including why one skateboarder loves helmets, some high-flying slam dunks and a girl's solo rendition of Michael Jackson. Plus, a Polish prankster puts his dog in a spider costume.
Jerry Seinfeld says that Joan Rivers was to join him for an episode of his digital series, "Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee," until he got a call saying she had to postpone because she was undergoing a medical procedure.
Premier Spanish filmmaker Carlos Sauras' dance film for die-hard flamenco fans, but with a different approach that is more accessible to all audiences.
That teen vampire soap keeps surprising with its level of sexiness, suspense, and scintillating story lines. Luckily the Blu-ray/DVD/Digital set is generous with bonus features that make it worth owning.
EDGE caught up with cabaret great Marcus Simeone as he prepares for a series of shows at Don't Tell Mama. He talks about his career, music, happiness & relationships.
When Kathy Rackley told Malcolm Mitchell - a wide receiver at the University of Georgia - about her book club, she had no idea who he was, or what would happen next. CBS News reports on what one college football player calls his greatest accomplishment.