California Governor Signs Hard-Won Right-To-Die Legislation

NEWS | Oct 5
California will become the fifth state to allow terminally ill patients to legally end their lives using doctor-prescribed drugs after Gov. Jerry Brown announced Monday he signed one of the most emotionally charged bills of the year.

South Carolina Flood: Thousands Without Running Water

NEWS | By Seanna Adcox and Jeeffrey Collins | Oct 5
After a week of steady rain, the showers tapered off Monday and an inundated South Carolina turned to surveying a road system shredded by flooding, and in a cruel twist, thousands of residents faced the prospect of going days without running water.

Best Buds Onstage and Off: Talking with Jonathan Beyer and Brandon Cedel of BLO's 'La Bohème'

ENTERTAINMENT | By Robert Nesti | Oct 5
In the current BLO "La Bohème" Jonathan Beyer & Brandon Cedel are amongst the titular characters of Puccini's most beloved opera. They are also a couple off-stage. EDGE spoke to the couple about being out in opera & appearing together in this production.

Gay Conversion Therapy Criticized by Southern Baptist Theologian

NEWS | Oct 5
A leading Southern Baptist theologian spoke out against psychological counseling aimed at turning young gays straight, saying homosexuality cannot be turned off like a switch.

Former HX Magazine Publisher Gary Lacinski Dies of Heart Attack

NEWS | Oct 5
New York's worlds of LGBT media and nightlife are mourning the loss of Gary Lacinski, former publisher of seminal gay entertainment guide HX. Lacinski, who died of an apparent heart attack, was 53.

Theater Gossip Michael Riedel Writes A History of Broadway

ENTERTAINMENT | By Mark Kennedy | Oct 5
When you read New York Post theater columnist Michael Riedel, there's no mistaking whom the writer is. He's snarky and skewering and gleeful. That makes his latest project all the more interesting.

Huckabee's Rainbow Doritos Boycott Provides Comic Fodder for Dan Savage

NEWS | Oct 5
Mike Huckabee is giving up Doritos. And it's not because he's on a diet.

Science Sells: 'The Martian' Lands with $55 Million Debut

ENTERTAINMENT | By Jake Coyle | Oct 5
Opening just days after NASA announced findings showing water on Mars, "The Martian" soaked up moviegoers at the box office.

Transgender Issues to be Discussed by Southern Baptist Seminary

NEWS | Oct 5
A conference hosted by the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary will focus on what it calls the "present crisis" of gay and transgender issues.

Anti-Gay N.J. Republican Quits Council Seat

NEWS | Oct 5
A New Jersey Assembly candidate who dropped out of the race after a book of rants he wrote about gays, breast-feeding moms and others surfaced has also resigned from his council seat.


In Domestic Violence Awareness Month: Avoid 'Venomous Relationships'

FAMILY | By EDGE | Oct 5
"Venomous Relationships: Learn How to Avoid Common Relationship Bloopers" by Certified Life Coach and abuse survivor, Tamara Neal, exposes the most common, but often unrecognized, abusive relationships.


Theatre Review :: Kansas City Choir Boy

THEATRE | By Clinton Campbell | Oct 5
Let's just cut to the chase: Courtney Love is captivating. Even in her rather small role in "Kansas City Choirboy," there is not a moment that you are not compelled to watch her. She possesses the magnetic aura that all divas do.


Workers Attack Air France Managers, Forcing Them to Flee

CORPORATE | By Lori Hinnant | Oct 5
Union activists protesting proposed layoffs at Air France stormed the headquarters during a meeting about the job cuts Monday, zeroing in on two managers who had their shirts torn from their bodies.


At Asian Film Fest, New Etiquette Shows Rise of Mobile App

PERSONAL TECH | By Youkyung Lee | Oct 5
Asia's largest film festival is trying to ensure that message-addicted smartphone users don't look at the chat app during screenings.


Lexus & EDGE Red Carpet Social

Join Scott Nevins, Edge Media Network and Lexus as they host a Red Carpet Social to benefit the William Way LGBT Community Center, honoring 50 years of the LGBT civil rights movement in Philadelphia.


Paris Fashion Week: Nudity, Origami & More

FASHION | By Thomas Adamson | Oct 5
From exposed breasts to Japanese origami to the ration-era Forties, Sunday's installment of VIP-filled Paris Fashion Week had it all. Here are the spring-summer 2016 collection highlights.


Columbus Day Weekend Brings B'way Powerhouse Linda Eder

LOCAL EVENTS | By Michael Cox | Oct 1
The 2015 Broadway Series continues in Provincetown, Massachusetts into the fall at The Crown & Anchor's Paramount Theatre with two Columbus Day Weekend performances by Broadway powerhouse Linda Eder.