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Meet Val the Bartender: Hillary Clinton Does an 'SNL' Skit

Oct 4
The front-runner for the Democratic nomination appeared on the season opener of "Saturday Night Live" as a wise bartender named Val who pours a drink or two for, ahem, Hillary Clinton (played by "SNL" regular Kate McKinnon).

Miley Cyrus Releases Single About Lesbian Love, for 'Freeheld'

Oct 4
Pop singer Miley Cyrus has released "Hands of Love," a song for the Ellen Page/ Julianne Moore release of "Freeheld."

'Freeheld' Director Peter Sollett in Conversation

By Joel Martens | Oct 4
The Peter Sollett-Directed feature "Freeheld" is based on the Oscar-winning documentary of the same name by Cynthia Wade. Sollett chats about fortuitous timing and the making of the film.

The Dating App/Cazwell Crossover

By Jim Gladstone | Oct 4
Sean Howell, a polymathic Phileas Fogg of the internet age, travels the world advocating for LGBT rights and net neutrality while promoting his business, the gay social app, Hornet.

Music Review: Janet Jackson, Don't You Ever Leave Us Again

By Mesfin Fekadu | Oct 3
Janet Jackson, "Unbreakable" (BMG/Rhythm Nation Records)

Sam Smith's 007 Theme Is First Bond Song to Top UK Charts

Oct 3
Sam Smith's 007 theme has gone straight to No. 1 - the first James Bond song to top the U.K. singles chart.

David Cassidy Charged With Leaving Scene of Crash

Oct 3
Former teen idol David Cassidy has been charged with leaving the scene of an accident and driving with an expired tag after a crash in Florida last month.

With Epic Emmy Win, 'How to Get Away With Murder' Starts With a Bang

By Jason St. Amand | Oct 3
The second season of "How to Get Away With Murder" starts off with a big bang, putting same-sex relationships under the spotlight.

Rainbow Reads - October 2015

By Bill Biss | Oct 3
Fact or fiction? The line is blurred within the confines of imagination and truth. These five books speak to the very heart of life's journey.

Reliving the 'Lavender Scare' in 'Perfect Arrangement'

By Frank J. Avella | Oct 2
The new play "Perfect Arrangement" is set during the McCarthy era of the early 1950s when LGBTs were systematically persecuted by the US government. EDGE interviews playwright Topher Payne & cast members about the play at NYC's Primary Stages.

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