Joan Rivers is in a New York City hospital Thursday after she was rushed from a doctor's office when she went into cardiac arrest, police and hospital officials said. The 81-year-old comedian's condition wasn't immediately known.
When it comes to personality-plus and talent, along with a glam-attitude and good looks, Brendon Urie is the guy. The lead singer of Panic At the Disco talks to EDGE as the group nears the end of its summer tour.
What is the most important aspect to LGBT filmmaking? For me it is the concept of representation in queer cinema.
Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt were married Saturday in Chateau Miraval, France, says a spokesman for the couple.
In "The November Man" Pierce Brosnan attempts to outdo Liam Neeson in creating a franchise for the older Holllywood star. Good luck.
"Sin City: A Dame to Kill For," Frank Miller and Robert Rodriguez's nine-year-in-the-making follow-up to their original 2005 film adaptation of Miller's graphic novels, lacks the twisted spirit of its predecessor.
"When the Game Stands Tall" fumbles along trying to get us to care, but for some reason can't ever get its touchdown.
In a country with an increasingly shrinking safety net and not-full equality for married gays, what happens to this longtime gay couple is the kind of story you might hear about on MSNBC.
In the Arts
The new online platform, POBA/Where the Arts Live, keeps alive the legacy of artists, some of whose early success was cut short in the early years of AIDS.
On June 21, the cast of "Orange is the New Black" assembled in Manhattan at the delightfully eccentric Crosby Street Hotel. Out of that day came the opportunity to conduct an exclusive, in-depth Q&A with stars Selenis Leyva and Kate Mulgrew.
In this two-part series, EDGE looks at transwoman Nicole Bray, who got the support of her friends, family and wife, and is creating a documentary to inspire other transgender individuals.
To further explore Provincetown and to learn about Tennessee Williams, a Festival is offering the public a Free Guide To "Follow in Tennessee Williams' Footsteps," some of the places Williams lived and hung out with his friends.
James Spader is back in this inventive, dark, and nail-biting series. The first season is available on Blu-ray, in a set that includes a decent collection of special features.
Last week, the Swedish brother-sister duo the Knife announced they were breaking up at the end of their current tour. EDGE takes a look at the electronic band's near perfect discography and their lasting legacy.
The nation's oldest gay bookstore will reopen next month in Philadelphia after closing three months ago due to financial problems.