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Trump to Dive into Senate Runoff in Alabama

Trump to Dive into Senate Runoff in Alabama

NEWS | By Catherine Lucey and Kim Chandler | Sep 22
It's Trump versus Trumpland.

Lady Gaga on Being Famous: 'Not All it's Cracked Up to Be'

Lady Gaga on Being Famous: 'Not All it's Cracked Up to Be'

ENTERTAINMENT | Sep 22
Lady Gaga has written an emotional message to fans to mark of the release of her new Netflix documentary.

Ryan Gosling to Host 'SNL' Premiere with Jay-Z Musical Guest

Ryan Gosling to Host 'SNL' Premiere with Jay-Z Musical Guest

ENTERTAINMENT | Sep 22
"Saturday Night Live" says it's kicking off its 43rd season Sept. 30 with guest host Ryan Gosling and musical guest Jay-Z.

North Korean Leader Kim Called Trump a What? A 'Dotard'

North Korean Leader Kim Called Trump a What? A 'Dotard'

NEWS | By Hyung-Jin Kim | Sep 22
Famous for using bombastic, derogatory and often-awkward English slams against enemies, North Korean state media sent people scrambling for dictionaries Friday with a dispatch that quotes leader Kim Jong Un Trump "the mentally deranged U.S. dotard."

US Senate Contender has History of Provocative Comments

US Senate Contender has History of Provocative Comments

NEWS | By Kim Chandler | Sep 22
Roy Moore, a firebrand jurist who is close to snagging the state's Republican nomination for U.S. Senate in Alabama, once called homosexuality an "inherent evil" and referred to ethnic groups as "reds" and "yellows" in a speech.

First UN Expert on Gender Identity Resigns

First UN Expert on Gender Identity Resigns

NEWS | Sep 22
A spokesman for the U.N.'s Human Rights Council has confirmed that its first independent expert on sexual orientation and gender identity has resigned for "personal reasons."

Swingers: Autumn Golfing in San Diego

NEWS | By John Marshall | Sep 22
Summer sends vacationers flocking to the San Diego area, many of them bringing their golf clubs with them. Mild temperatures, great courses, superb conditions. What's not to love?

Margaret Cho: Fresh Off the 'Bloat' and On the Road Again

Margaret Cho: Fresh Off the 'Bloat' and On the Road Again

ENTERTAINMENT | By Robert Nesti | Sep 21
Margaret Cho calls her new show, called "Fresh Off the Bloat," her "sickest show to date." What else can she say about a show that deals with her being fresh off drugs, drinking and the brink of suicide? EDGE spoke to Cho about the show and her career.

Atlanta Pride Announces Grand Marshals, Kickoff Party Details

Atlanta Pride Announces Grand Marshals, Kickoff Party Details

NEWS | Sep 21
The Atlanta Pride Committee (APC) is pleased to announce that the Official Kickoff Party will return to the Georgia Aquarium in 2017. Also, the roster for this year's Pride Parade Grand Marshals has been announced.

Hollywood's Bisexual Closet: Film Historian Boze Hadleigh Tells Stories of Bisexual Stars

Hollywood's Bisexual Closet: Film Historian Boze Hadleigh Tells Stories of Bisexual Stars

ENTERTAINMENT | By David Elijah-Nahmod | Sep 21
While homosexuality in Hollywood has long been a topic of discussion, the topic of bisexuality has often been kept quiet.


News

5 Ways to Celebrate Bisexual Visibility Week

5 Ways to Celebrate Bisexual Visibility Week

NATIONAL | By Brittany Ferrendi | Sep 21
From 14th Century Philosopher Sir Francis Bacon to Italian Fashion Designer Georgio Armani, bisexual people throughout the world have made history in their own way. For one week in September, we celebrate bi visibility.


Entertainment

 Review :: The Fabulous Allan Carr
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Review :: The Fabulous Allan Carr

MOVIES | By Roger Walker-Dack | Sep 20
Allan Carr, may be not quite so well known to the general public, but his successful career as an infamous larger-than-life flamboyant Hollywood producer and agent make him a natural fit for one of Schwarz's excellent profiles.

Putting It Together: John Kelly on 'Time No Line'

Putting It Together: John Kelly on 'Time No Line'

THEATRE | By Robert Nesti | Sep 21
Performance artist John Kelly comes to Cambridge's Oberon this week with "Time No Line," his performance piece in which he looks back at the cultural & political events that have shaped his life & career. EDGE spoke to Kelly about the piece.


Business

Las Vegas Officials Waiting for Denver to Act on Pot Lounges

Las Vegas Officials Waiting for Denver to Act on Pot Lounges

LEGAL | By Regina Garcia Cano | Sep 21
Officials with authority over the Las Vegas Strip on Tuesday decided to wait until the city of Denver approves the nation's first marijuana club before they further discuss licensing and regulating pot lounges in Sin City.


Technology

4 Things to Know About Apple's iOS 11 Software Update

4 Things to Know About Apple's iOS 11 Software Update

PERSONAL TECH | By Anick Jesdanun | Sep 21
Holding off on upgrading your trusty old iPhone? You won't need a spiffy iPhone 8 in order to get new maps, photos and other features with a free software update Apple began rolling out Tuesday.


Finance

Trump's Childhood Home Becomes Showcase for Refugees

Trump's Childhood Home Becomes Showcase for Refugees

NATIONAL | By William Mathis | Sep 18
Trump's childhood home in New York had some new occupants over the weekend - refugees who shared their stories as a way to draw attention to the refugee crisis as the United Nations General Assembly convenes this week with Trump in attendance.


Cars

Edmunds: 8 New Cars, SUVs Coming to the U.S. in 2018

Edmunds: 8 New Cars, SUVs Coming to the U.S. in 2018

AUTO NEWS | By Ed Hellwig | Sep 20
Edmunds chose some highlights of this year's Frankfurt auto showshow to give consumers a preview of what they might see on U.S. roads in 2018.


Style

Klum: Wax Figure 'Freaks Me Out A Little Bit'

Klum: Wax Figure 'Freaks Me Out A Little Bit'

FASHION | Sep 22
At Madame Tussauds New York, supermodel Heidi Klum meets her new wax model at the museum's Project Runway exhibition, describing the experience as "wild."


Travel

New York Wine Country: Sips and Scenery in the Finger Lakes

New York Wine Country: Sips and Scenery in the Finger Lakes

FOOD/DRINK | By Sally Carpenter Hale | Sep 21
Two million years ago, glaciers clawed 11 long, deep gashes into what is now central New York. The resulting Finger Lakes are among the deepest in the United States, creating a microclimate perfect for growing cool-weather wine grapes.