A new feature where two editors recap the fourth installment of "American Horror Story," this season called "Freak Show."
A look at why "Not That Kind of Girl" is important to millennials, the future of writing and to Lena Dunham's career.
A controversial green art installation on Paris' tony Place Vendome has been taken down after being vandalized overnight.
"Pride" has the best word-of-mouth of any film released this fall. Quite an achievement for director Matthew Warchus, who talks to EDGE about this uplifting story of striking coal miners and gay activists in Thatcher's England.
"The Best of Me" brings out the worst in me as a movie critic.
Writer-director Alex Ross Perry brings a deadpan, deadly dry sense of humor to his newest project, a film about a seething, insecure young writer and his friendship with a regretful has-been.
A biting satire that shows race relations in the Millenial generation proves that films can be both entertaining and have something to say.
A backstage dramedy with a ferocious central performance by Michael Keaton, "Birdman" provides entertainment on an intellectual level.
In the Arts
October is LGBT History Month. Each week throughout the month, Hotspots will be profiling two of the people named to Equality Forum's LGBT History Month icon list. This week: Comedian Margaret Cho and filmmaker Lee Daniels.
"Holiday Wishes," a Christmas album recorded by Tony Award-winning singer/actor Idina Menzel, is out now on Warner Bros. Records.
Neil Patrick Harris is going for an awards-show trifecta, set to host the 2015 Oscars after four hosting stints at Broadway's Tony Awards and two at TV's Primetime Emmy Awards.
Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS proudly announces that the legendary Liza Minnelli is the 2014 addition to its Broadway Legends holiday ornament collection.
Jay Leno is returning to nightly television. The former "Tonight Show" host's new prime-time venture, tentatively titled, "Jay Leno's Garage," and based on his Emmy Award-winning Web series, will premiere on CNBC in 2015.
From the opening track, "Dead of Night," to its slightly more subdued finale, "Stayed a Little Late Tonight," the duo's 16th studio album is chock full of high- energy greatness. Andy Bell opens up about the duo's enduring "Flame."
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.
Dutch gay artist Dries Verhoeven is sitting in a glass-walled box and having his live, unedited Grindr conversations stream live. He calls it art. Others are calling their lawyers.
Don't Go In The Water: Crabzilla Spotted Off British Pier?
Fla. Gay Man Says He's Happier After Removing Large Genitals
Talking 'Pride' with Director Matthew Warchus
Giant Butt Plug Erected in Paris Upsets Anti-Gay French Group
Lena Dunham Buzz & Feeds Millennials 'What She's 'Learned''
In the Spirit: Get Hard... With Cider