March may not officially be 'cabaret month,' but for many it will still be. Kevin Scott Hall scouts some highlights for the month.
Biologists are using new tools to help look for reclusive or rare imperiled species, monitor unwanted creatures or gauge the overall biodiversity of a lake or stream.
Slovenian lawmakers have approved same-sex marriage and child adoption by gay couples amid opposition from conservative groups and the Catholic Church.
Candis Cayne is juggling television and movies of late. She appears in the new horror release "Crazy Bitches" in a variation on the Drew Barrymore role in "Scream." And she's also back on "Drag Race." EDGE spoke to Cayne about her career.
Tony® and GRAMMY® and Drama Desk Award-winner Billy Porter wraps up the inaugural South Beach Broadway Series, Friday and Saturday, March 20 and 21, at 8 P.M at the Colony Theater.
Tony® and GRAMMY® Award-winning Billy Porter's highly anticipated debut, "Billy's Back on Broadway" (Concord Records), is scheduled for release April 15, and it's featuring ten classics made famous on the Great White Way.
RuPaul will host a "Fashion Police"-esque new show on E! called "Good Work," which will be about the good and bad of celebrity plastic surgery.
A Justice Department investigation will allege sweeping patterns of discrimination within the Ferguson, Missouri, police department and at the municipal jail and court, law enforcement officials familiar with the report said Tuesday.
Van Eaton Galleries held the highly-anticipated "The Story of Disneyland" auction this weekend, pulling in more than $1.7 million for the coveted collectibles.
A man from Sydney, Australia, who used the gay hookup app Grindr to lure and rob men at knifepoint was sentenced to at least 17 months in jail Tuesday.
Two award-winning fringe companies come together for a co-production of 'Lifers' by John Shea and Maureen Cornell. The play revolves around the staff of a local restaurant feeling the sting of rebranding and the smoking ban in Massachusetts.
On March 8, women across the world mobilize for International Women's Day, a celebration of the political, economic and social gains of women won through struggle.
The 2015 Susan Smith Blackburn Prize has been awarded to Tena Štivičić for her play "3 Winters."
"Looking" star Russell Tovey took to Twitter Monday to apologize for comments he made in a recent interview about effeminate men.
Former House Speaker Gordon Fox has been charged with bribery, wire fraud and filing a false tax return following an investigation that included a dramatic federal raid on the Statehouse, according to court documents unsealed Tuesday.
New York City's fire department is getting a new chaplain.
Ten years ago, writer, director and producer Brian Sloan adapted to video what was, for some, the best play in New York dealing with 9/11 in its aftermath. Now it is available for download on iTunes.
Samsung, locked in a tight race with Apple to be the world's biggest smartphone maker, has unveiled an important new phone that ditches its signature plastic design for more stylish metal and glass.
In the ever-complicated debate over labeling of genetically modified foods, Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack says he has an idea: use your smartphone.
The clock on insurance deductibles reset on Jan. 1, and that means big medical bills are in store for some. CEO Daniel Klein's foundation is one option patients can turn to if too many expenses hit at the start of the year. Here are some other tips.
Buick is the first U.S.-based automotive brand to crack the top 10 in Consumer Reports magazine's annual brand report cards. U.S. automakers also placed three vehicles on the magazine's list of "top picks" for vehicles.
The Mall of America has provided a rare glimpse into security at the nation's busiest shopping center after an online video purportedly produced by a terrorist group urged extremists to attack shopping malls in Western countries.
On Saturday, March 7, Philadelphia will celebrate National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day with a community health fair.
Shrouded in mist, the sacred mountain rises above the countryside, majestic, mysterious and a little foreboding. Here, on this rocky west coast promontory overlooking the Atlantic, St. Patrick is said to have fasted for 40 days and nights.
Fenway's The Men's Event was Saturday night. See who came out to Rush @ Club Cafe to party on into the night.