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LGBTQ Chorus in Colorado Springs Unifies Community with Song

LGBTQ Chorus in Colorado Springs Unifies Community with Song

NEWS | By Jesse Bedayn | Dec 2

In the 13 days since the shooting, Colorado Springs' LGBTQ community has worked to collect itself and forge ahead. Members of Out Loud prepared for three sold-out concerts, their first performances since the COVID-19 pandemic forced them to cancel shows.

Flu Season Worsens as 44 States Report High Activity

Flu Season Worsens as 44 States Report High Activity

NEWS | By Mike Stobbe | Dec 2

The U.S. flu season keeps getting worse.

New York Film Critics Circle Names 'Tár' Best Picture

New York Film Critics Circle Names 'Tár' Best Picture

ENTERTAINMENT | By Lindsey Bahr | Dec 2

The New York Film Critics Circle has named " Tár " as its best picture of the year, with Todd Field's contemporary drama about a renowned conductor and composer also nabbing best actress for Cate Blanchett's leading performance.

Brick by Brick, Nathan Sawaya Creates Lego Art

Brick by Brick, Nathan Sawaya Creates Lego Art

ENTERTAINMENT | By Kilian Melloy | Dec 2

Nathan Sawaya has turned a childhood obsession of many into art. Using Lego pieces, he has created an alternate Lego universe that is currently on view in museums and galleries, including Boston where his show runs through next April.

Michael Cimino Shares Steamy Thirst Trap

Michael Cimino Shares Steamy Thirst Trap

ENTERTAINMENT | Dec 2

Actor Michael Cimino raised the temperature on social media Thursday with a steamy thirst trap showing off his ripped physique.

Supreme Court to Hear 'Free Speech' Case Denying Services to LGBTQ+ Customers

Supreme Court to Hear 'Free Speech' Case Denying Services to LGBTQ+ Customers

NEWS | By Kilian Melloy | Dec 2

A case claiming that a wedding website designer should not be subjected to "compelled speech" by serving same-sex couples is headed to the Supreme Court. What precedent will the Court set?

Daniel Craig Not 'Hung Up' about his Gay 'Knives Out' Role

Daniel Craig Not 'Hung Up' about his Gay 'Knives Out' Role

ENTERTAINMENT | By Kilian Melloy | Dec 2

Daniel Craig, star of one of the year's buzziest movies, is casual about the fact that he's playing gay in the "Knives Out" sequel. "It's nice, it's fun."

 Sharon Gless Had a Few Complaints, Then Wrote About Them

Sharon Gless Had a Few Complaints, Then Wrote About Them

ENTERTAINMENT | Dec 2

Emmy-winning actress Sharon Gless is best-known as the button-wearing Debbie on Showtime's "Queer as Folk" & as Cagney on "Cagney and Lacey." She writes about her career, and those complaints she has heard, in her memoir.

Suspect Charged after Threatening Gay Bar Employee, Patron with Gun

Suspect Charged after Threatening Gay Bar Employee, Patron with Gun

NEWS | Dec 2

A Minneapolis man faces charges, including a federal gun charge, after threatening a bartender and a patron at a historic gay establishment in the city.

Activists and Allies Offer LGBTQ+ Ukrainian Refugees a Lifeline

Activists and Allies Offer LGBTQ+ Ukrainian Refugees a Lifeline

NEWS | By Finbarr Toesland | Dec 2

As the war of aggression against Ukraine continues, new refugees are being created. Since the early days of Russia's incursion, international organisations and individuals have sent aid, funding and vital supplies to at-risk, LGBTQ+ Ukrainians.

News

NFL Player Christian Rozeboom Picks Anti-LGBTQ+ Group for Charitable Support

NFL Player Christian Rozeboom Picks Anti-LGBTQ+ Group for Charitable Support

NEWS | By Kilian Melloy | Dec 2

25-year-old Rams linebacker Christian Rozeboom threw his support to the anti-LGBTQ+ Fellowship of Christian Athletes for this year's "My Cause My Cleats" campaign.

Entertainment

Review: 'The Eternal Daughter' is Emotionally Haunting

Review: 'The Eternal Daughter' is Emotionally Haunting

ENTERTAINMENT | By C.J. Prince | Dec 2

This is a film that's haunted by emotions, like the dependencies we form with our parents, the gulf between what we know about them and what we don't, and the inevitability of preparing for a world without them.

Business

Congress Votes to Avert Rail Strike Amid Dire Warnings

Congress Votes to Avert Rail Strike Amid Dire Warnings

BUSINESS | By Kevin Freking and Josh Funk | Dec 2

Legislation to avert an economically ruinous freight rail strike won final approval in Congress on Thursday as lawmakers responded quickly to President Joe Biden's call for federal intervention.

Finance

Is Now the Right Time for your Business to Buy Real Estate?

Is Now the Right Time for your Business to Buy Real Estate?

FINANCE | By Hillary Crawford, Nerdwallet | Dec 2

The perfect time to buy commercial real estate doesn't exist. And when you consider the bigger picture, not all signs point to doomsday.

Cars

Tesla Delivers Electric Semis to PepsiCo at Nevada Factory

Tesla Delivers Electric Semis to PepsiCo at Nevada Factory

CARS | Dec 2

Tesla delivered its first electric semis to PepsiCo Thursday, more than three years after Elon Musk said his company would start making the trucks.

Style

Paul Labrecque's Holiday Grooming Guide

Paul Labrecque's Holiday Grooming Guide

STYLE | By Christopher Ehlers | Nov 29

One of Vanity Fair's Top 3 Stylists in the United States, Paul Labrecque has teamed up with EDGE this holiday season to bring you his picks for the best in holiday grooming and self-care.

Health/Fitness

FDA Clears 1st Fecal Transplant Treatment for Gut Infection

FDA Clears 1st Fecal Transplant Treatment for Gut Infection

HEALTH/FITNESS | By Matthew Perrone | Dec 1

U.S. officials have approved the first pharmaceutical-grade version of the so-called fecal transplant procedures that doctors have increasingly used against hard-to-treat intestinal infections.

Travel

Hawaii Eruption Brings Tourism Boon During Slow Season

Hawaii Eruption Brings Tourism Boon During Slow Season

TRAVEL | By Andrew Selsky, Audrey McAvoy, and Haven Daley | Dec 2

The spectacle of incandescent lava spewing from Hawaii's Mauna Loa has drawn thousands of visitors and is turning into a tourism boon for this Big Island town near the world's largest volcano.

Nightlife

Going Out, Homing's In, Dec. 1-9, 2022

Going Out, Homing's In, Dec. 1-9, 2022

NIGHTLIFE | By Jim Provenzano | Dec 1

We're not exactly dashing through the snow to get to this week's arts and nightlife events, but you're welcome to don your gay apparel before heading outside.