In New Orleans
Four gay married couples filed a federal lawsuit challenging the Louisiana Constitution’s prohibition against recognizing same-sex marriages performed legally in other states.
Across the South, winter-weary residents woke up Wednesday to a region encased in ice, snow and freezing rain, with forecasters warning that the worst of the potentially "catastrophic" storm is yet to come.
A pre-St. Patrick’s Day celebration near the flagship campus of the University of Massachusetts spiraled out of control, pitting police in riot gear against thousands of drunken and unruly revelers.
Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul won the conference’s presidential preference straw poll, a symbolic victory that reflects his popularity among conservatives who typically hold outsized influence in the GOP’s presidential selection process.
Zimbabwe’s LGBT community held its Miss Jacaranda at a drag queen pageant despite the African country’s vehemently anti-gay views and laws.
President Robert Mugabe vowed to continue to criminalize homosexuality, calling homosexuals "worse than pigs, goats and birds" and threatening to behead them.
In New Orleans
Few have more connections in the Broadway ecosystem than Seth Rudetsky. He played the piano for Audra McDonald’s senior recital at Juilliard. He’s Patti LuPone’s go-to accompanist and Tina Fey came to the opening night of his new Off-Broadway show.
See ’Em On Stage: A Production Company is proud to announce its second full-scale musical production: "Zanna Don’t! (A Musical Fairy Tale)". The New Orleans/Louisiana premiere will open at The Shadowbox Theatre on March 14.
A mystery man. A splashy reveal. A media frenzy. Newsweek staked its return from the dead on a story it knew would get attention.
The cryptic note penned by Abraham Lincoln identifies its recipient only as "my dear Sir" and has a small section carefully clipped out. Who was he writing to and why was a key piece of information later removed so meticulously?
Carmen Electra is known for "Baywatch," "Scary Movie" and modeling; but did you know her first show biz gig was as a singer? That was 20 years ago; now Electra is back to singing. EDGE spoke to the star about her SF date this week &...
October is LGBT History Month. Throughout the month, we will be profiling people named to Equality Forum’s LGBT History Month icon lists, to showcase the great things LGBT people have done. This week: Wentworth Miller!
Healthline’s website allows PLWHAs to record their own video about life with HIV, and share it with those unsecure about their future.
Wedding bells are ringing and you’re headed to Vancouver, which has enjoyed legal same-sex marriage since 2003. It’s among Canada’s …
People have been living with HIV since the mid-1980s, and now many have found themselves facing the unknown challenges of aging while HIV-positive.