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In this feature, women's editor Winnie McCroy, travel & style editor Matthew Wexler, A&E editor Robert Nesti and news editor Jason St. Amand pore over their love for winter boots, vodka, mind-numbingly informative TV and the queerest album of 2014.
When it comes to stories about LGBTs, sci-fi authors have taken a variety of approaches. Some may feel they no longer have to prove anything while others, seeing gaps, rush to fill the need. EDGE talks to a few writers of the genre.
It's real and it's called "Bob's Boners."
Putting his swimming career on hold after his second DUI arrest, Olympic champion Michael Phelps began a six-week program Sunday that he said "will provide the help I need to better understand myself."
The 41st annual Castro Street Fair is approaching, marking its first appearance in the neighborhood since the district's gotten wider sidewalks and other improvements.
The Rainbow Room reopened Sunday in its historic perch atop 30 Rockefeller Plaza after a five-year absence from the New York City skyline.
Over the next few weeks, Hotspots will profile nine people with the hope that we can educate you on their background and life achievements.
Researchers in Massachusetts have created a basic computer coding app that they say is the first designed specifically for children as young as 5. Kids who haven't yet learned to read can use the app to craft their own interactive stories and games.
The rights of unmarried gay couples took a step forward this week when a New York court ruled that the boyfriend of deceased "Narnia" film producer Perry Moore would not have to cash out the couple's apartment and give half to Moore's family.
"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.