Gov. Deval Patrick has signed a bill designed to build on the state’s 2010 anti-bullying law by strengthening protections for gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender students and students with disabilities.
The Men’s Event, billed as "Boston’s biggest night on the town for more than 1,300 gay and bi men, transgender people, and allies," is set for Saturday.
What happens when EDGE travel editor Matthew Wexler unleashes the ghosts of baseball past at Phoenix’s Cactus League spring training? Let’s just say there are a lot of balls in the air.
Join the fight against cancer by participating in the 21st annual EIF Revlon Run/Walk for Women in New York City on May 3 and in Los Angeles on May 10.
A 10-year-old Arkansas boy name Will Phillips has decided that he cannot in good conscience pledge allegiance to the flag as long as the country for which it stands refuses legal equality to its GLBT citizens.
Controversial anti-gay pastor Scott Lively, who is set to stand trial for crimes against humanity, announced on Monday his intentions to run for Governor of Massachusetts.
The Supreme Court heard arguments on a case that could affect how many people watch and pay for television. Aereo owns tens of thousands of tiny antennas which record local television broadcasts, and it makes programs available on mobile devices.
Florida Grand Opera has become known for taking exciting chances and its 2013-14 Season continues in this vein, concluding with Jules Massenet’s beautiful, but seldom-produced, "Thaïs," opening May 3 at the Arsht Center.
Nihilism can, indeed, be funny, but the absurdist lines and situations parcel out only mild connections in director Carey Perloff’s somewhat muddy production.
Kim Dotcom is accused of enabling millions to enjoy films and other copyrighted content for next to nothing. He ran a site called "Megaupload" and calls himself a businessman, but U.S. authorities call him a copyright thief. Bob Simon reports.
This year’s Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections (CROI 2014) revealed clinical trial results that a "functional cure" for HIV is one step closer to becoming reality.…
Organizers of New York City Pride announced this year’s marshals: Laverne Cox, Jonathan Groff and Rea Carey.
Antiretroviral treatment as prevention, HIV cure research, and new treatments for hepatitis C were among the highlights discussed last week in Boston …