Tony Award-winning actress/singer Laura Benanti is one of those Jacks of the entertainment industry who is a Master at all of them. This week she appears in the live TV "The Sound of Music." EDGE spoke to Benanti about her dizzying busy career.
Hilarious lesbian comedian and hardened New Yorker Judy Gold cracks wise on celebrating the holidays with her partner Elysa and her two sons, Henry and Ben.
Celebrities have a storied and long love affair for sharing their epicurean penchants and culinary creations via cookbooks. Here are a few tasty choices... and a few burnt offerings.
Margaret Cho is in the midst of her latest tour - that she calls her ’MOTHER’ tour - which brings her to Boston and DC this week. EDGE spoke to the always funny, always outspoken Cho about the state of things in her world.
Ross Mathews kicked off a new HIV testing campaign on National Gay Men’s HIV Awareness Day by teaming up with the folks at OraSure, who have just introduced a new at-home rapid HIV test, OraQuick.
OK, I have to admit I have had a bit of a crush on George Kotsiopoulos ever since the first time I saw him on "Fashion Police." I mean, come on, he is so super cute and that smile makes me melt every time.
What do Ann Coulter, Harvey Fierstein and "Mad Men" actor Bryan Batt have in common? They’re all defending Alec Baldwin, who came under fire last week for using anti-gay slurs against a photographer.
Alec Baldwin made headlines last week after hurling anti-gay slurs towards paparazzi, resulting in a temporary suspension of his talk show on MSNBC and the scrutiny and criticism of his peers in the media.
After a sold-out engagement at Fire Island’s legendary Ice Palace, Producer Daniel Nardicio is proud to announce the return of Tony Award winner Carol Channing and Tony Award nominee Justin Vivian Bond for one night only.
Russian officials have fined the organizers behind Lady Gaga’s 2012 Moscow concerts, claiming the shows and the singer’s support of LGBT rights "harmed children."
Andy Warhol’s artwork has always grabbed attention and sparked discussion, but one of his portraits of Farrah Fawcett is about to receive scrutiny of a different kind in a Los Angeles courtroom.