Gay Philadelphia: The Latest
Every year, the gay community in Miami says goodbye to days of no humidity and 70 degree temperatures with the weeklong Winter Party celebration.
The act of producing a film or television series, once only the purview of large studios, has evolved far beyond the giants who once controlled what we saw and who was portrayed. DEKKOO, a new gay streaming service, looks to change that idea.
The LGBT community's most eagerly awaited television event comes to small screens with the Feb. 27 premiere of "When We Rise," an all-star docudrama about the early days of San Francisco's equality movement.
A growing field of research analyzes "bud sex" phenomenon.
An Inside Account of January's Historic Women's March on Washington, D.C.
Looking over a large-scale model of the Presidio near the entrance to the new visitor center for the former army base turned national park, Craig Kenkel pointed to the Batteries-to-Bluffs trail as one of his favorite places in the park.
Problems with California's AIDS Drug Assistance Program are leading to the delayed launch of a program that would help people statewide get access to PrEP.
Lin-Manuel Miranda owned Friday's Oscar rehearsals.
Meryl Streep, whose Golden Globes speech prompted President Donald Trump to call her "overrated," has been added as a presenter to Sunday's Academy Awards.
The Obamas just can't quit Broadway.
Demonstrators gathered in New York City to protest the Trump administration's new guidance on bathrooms for transgender individuals.
Everybody's favorite gay Scottish actor-activist Alan Cumming brought his Café Carlyle cabaret "Alan Cumming Sings Sappy Songs" for a one-night only stand in Philadelphia.
At the age of 80, Adger Cowans is finally getting his due. His photography captured the lives of Hollywood elite and regular people going about their lives.
U.S. stocks have screamed to records since Election Day, but investors around the world are questioning whether the rally is exhausting itself.
Former U.S. Sen. Frank Murkowski in 2001 gave a speech urging colleagues to approve oil drilling in America's largest wildlife refuge. The Alaska Republican held up a blank sheet of paper to illustrate his point.
Grey Gardens, the Hamptons home once owned by eccentric relatives of Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, is for sale. It was featured in a documentary, HBO movie and Broadway musical.
GMC has given the Acadia the biggest makeover in its 10-year history, shrinking the size and the price of its best-selling SUV while making it more fuel efficient and giving it new technology.
Red accents are lighting up the Milan runway, from blood red ensembles to red contrasts in footwear or a simple stripe of color. But not on the lips.
In Cancer Prevention Month, AICR Launches Free Program for Weight Loss, Better Health, and Cancer Prevention
For individuals working to lose weight, the American Institute for Cancer Research (AICR) is launching a weight-loss program to help people develop lifelong health habits.
For foodies and music fans, a trip through the Capital of Country Music and Birthplace of the Blues is a bucket list must.
Dance for a cause with the original drag superstar spinning your favorites.