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Did Politics Poison the Pines?

By Steve Weinstein | Jun 29
Snatching up the majority of commercial property in Fire Island pines for less than half its initial asking price was the easy part for gay hotelier Ian Reisner - until Ted Cruz entered the picture.

Only in Florida :: Remembering the Purple Pamphlet

By EDGE | Jun 27
The Miami New-Times celebrated Pride this past week by remembering one of the Florida State government's most blunderful documents: a 1964 pamphlet on homosexuality that looks like a soft-core gay magazine from the period.

Todd Oldham to Have Solo Show at RISD Museum

By Amy Anthony | Jun 27
Todd Oldham may have left fashion behind nearly 20 years ago, but an upcoming exhibit will celebrate the multidisciplinary designer's enduring sense of style.

Dictionary Editors Say 'Twerking' Goes Back Almost 200 Years

Jun 25
Twerking may be older than you think.

VIDEO: Well-Strung Releases Music Video Love Letter to Hillary

By EDGE | Jun 25
When it comes to either their signature pop-classical mashups - or their politics for that matter - Well-Strung, The Singing String Quartet, wears its heart on its sleeve.

Pro Wrestler 'Money' Matt Cage Reveals He's Gay in Facebook Post

By Jason St. Amand | Jun 25
Pro wrestler "Money" Matt Cage came out as gay on June 18 in a lengthy Facebook post, titled "Here goes nothing..."

MacFarlane: Some Media Exaggerate Political Correctness

By John Carucci | Jun 25
"Family Guy" creator Seth MacFarlane dismisses the notion that comedy has become more politically correct these days.

Writer Larry Kramer Turns 80 But 'the Fight's Never Over'

By Mark Kennedy | Jun 24
Playwright and activist Larry Kramer turns 80 on Monday and neither recent illness nor the glow of a new marriage has softened the urgency of his demands.

German Museum Launches Show on 150 Years of Gay History

Jun 24
Germany's main national history museum is launching an exhibition tracing 150 years of gay history, including the first uses of the term "homosexual" and the brutal Nazi-era repression of gays.

Stan Lee: Spider-Man Should Always Be Straight and White

By Jason St. Amand | Jun 23
Spider-Man creator Stan Lee is backing up a leaked licensing agreement between Sony and Marvel Studios that hit the Internet Monday and said that Peter Parker and his alter-ego Spider-Man must always be straight and white.

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