In Fire Island
On Wednesday, July 23, Bailey House CEO Gina Quattrochi received the UCLA/Johnson & Johnson Health Care Executive Program Community Health Improvement Project (CHIP) Award.
A staffer with the popular service Airbnb is making headlines this week after asking a New York City party planner to remove a homoerotic photo from his listing even though she found the image "captivating."
A group supporting same-sex marriage in Ohio is airing its first television ad as a federal appeals court prepares to hear oral arguments on the issue.
Fliers were posted around Goodale Park in Columbus, Ohio, this week that advertise for a "Straight White Guy Festival."
It’s no secret that homophobia has been an unfortunate aspect of the rap world but after President Obama announced his support for marriage equality, a number of prominent rappers have followed suit, perhaps signaling a change in the community.
Sweet Cakes by Melissa, the Gresham, Oregon-based bakery that turned away a lesbian couple’s business on religious grounds earlier this year, is now closed.
In Fire Island
On July 30 at New York's supper club and cabaret 54 Below, Susan Blackwell hosts the "Volleygirls" fundraiser for the It Gets Better Project.
Fire Island Dance Festival celebrated its 20th anniversary with artistry, gravity-defying movement, romance and remembrance, raising a record-shattering $533,860 for Dancers Responding to AIDS, a program of Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS.
NBC has picked its Peter Pan: high-flying "Girls" star Allison Williams.
The talented group of women in Titanic Theatre Company's production of David Lindsay-Abaire's 'Wonder of the World' struggle to stand apart and make art in a market where the rolls are limited and the competition is stiff.
Per studio estimates Sunday, Warner Bros. "Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug" was No. 1 at the weekend box office with $73.7 million, besting last weekend’s No. 1 film, Disney’s animated fable "Frozen."
Slow-moving as it sometimes is, Orphans’ Home Cycle, Part One shows real people of a more moralistic but not more moral time. And, as with Chekhov, the sad parts are often funny, and the funny parts often sad.
amfAR, The Foundation for AIDS Research, has dedicated $2.4M in research grants to fund the search for an end to HIV/AIDS.
Boston Pride had its biggest year to date. EDGE was on hand for the pre-parties, the parade, the block parties & club events.
Smoking is bad. But it can be worse, especially if you're HIV-positive - and the CDC wants you to know it.