Gay Washington: The Latest

'The Office' to Leave Netflix for NBCUniversal in Jan. 2021

'The Office' to Leave Netflix for NBCUniversal in Jan. 2021

ENTERTAINMENT | By Mae Anderson | Jun 26
In a tweet Tuesday, Netflix said it was "sad" that NBC was taking back the show but added it will still be on Netflix for the next year and a half.

Dixie Chicks Say New Album is Coming

Dixie Chicks Say New Album is Coming

ENTERTAINMENT | Jun 26
The Dixie Chicks took the long way around, but they're returning with new music soon after a 13-year hiatus.

9 Summer Fitness and Fashion Essentials

9 Summer Fitness and Fashion Essentials

STYLE | By Andrew Villagomez | Jun 26
From the gym to mountain trails or the sea, having the right clothes are essential. These nine versatile pieces work outside the gym, too, perfect for running errands or lounging around.

New Poll: Most LGBTQ Americans Afraid to Show PDA

New Poll: Most LGBTQ Americans Afraid to Show PDA

NEWS | By Sam Cronin | Jun 26
A new national survey has found that a majority of LGBTQ Americans are still afraid to show public displays of affection.

Houston Restaurant Customer Described as 'Fat, Gay' on Receipt

Houston Restaurant Customer Described as 'Fat, Gay' on Receipt

NEWS | By Kilian Melloy | Jun 26
A Houston man spoke out after a server at a local restaurant described him on a receipt as "to go dude with dreads fat gay," news sources said.

Prince William Says He'd be 'Absolutely Fine" with Gay Child

Prince William Says He'd be 'Absolutely Fine" with Gay Child

NEWS | Jun 26
Britain's Prince William says it would be "absolutely fine" if one of his children came out as gay though he'd worry about how the public would respond.

Telling Universal Tales Through an LGBTQ Lens :: Jack Tracy on His Spotify Podcast 'Community'

Telling Universal Tales Through an LGBTQ Lens :: Jack Tracy on His Spotify Podcast 'Community'

ENTERTAINMENT | By Kilian Melloy | Jun 26
Jack Tracy creates web series, films, albums, and now a podcast, all geared toward telling universal stories through an LGBTQ lens. Tracy's podcast, "Community," is a fictional series, but it feels all too real; Tracy tells EDGE all about it.

Pride or Protest? Disillusioned Plan their Own LGBTQ March

Pride or Protest? Disillusioned Plan their Own LGBTQ March

NEWS | By Karen Matthews | Jun 26
One of the biggest celebrations of LGBT pride in New York City history will culminate Sunday with not one, but two processions through the streets of Manhattan.

Yankees Unveil Plaque Commemorating Stonewall Inn Uprising

Yankees Unveil Plaque Commemorating Stonewall Inn Uprising

NEWS | By Mike Fitzpatrick | Jun 26
Monument Park has a new addition that celebrates diversity.

Cuomo's Legal Counsel to Head Human Rights Campaign

Cuomo's Legal Counsel to Head Human Rights Campaign

NEWS | Jun 26
Alphonso David, a civil rights lawyer who has been serving as chief counsel to New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo, was named Tuesday as the new president of the Human Rights Campaign, the largest LGBTQ-rights organization in the U.S.


News

Substitute Teacher Fired for Filming Porn Video in Classroom

Substitute Teacher Fired for Filming Porn Video in Classroom

WORKPLACE | Jun 26
A Texas school district has fired a substitute teacher after receiving a tip that she made pornographic videos that included footage recorded in a classroom.


Entertainment

 Review :: Last Ferry

Review :: Last Ferry

MOVIES | By Padraic Maroney | Jun 26
"Last Ferry" is an interesting movie that will keep your attention from start to finish — if for no other reason than to see where it is going next. It doesn't offer much in terms of suspense, but as a character study there is plenty to unpack.


Business

California to Require Background Checks for Ammo Purchases

California to Require Background Checks for Ammo Purchases

LEGAL | By Don Thompson | Jun 26
California has among the most stringent gun laws in the country and on Monday a far-reaching new initiative to curb violence will require background checks for every ammunition purchase.


Technology

NASA to Open Moon Rock Samples Sealed Since Apollo Missions

NASA to Open Moon Rock Samples Sealed Since Apollo Missions

SCIENCE | By Marcia Dunn | Jun 26
For the first time in decades, NASA is about to open some of the pristine samples of moon rocks collected during the Apollo missions and let geologists take a crack at them with 21st-century technology.


Cars

European Heat Wave Sees Germany Put Speed Curbs on Autobahn

European Heat Wave Sees Germany Put Speed Curbs on Autobahn

AUTO NEWS | Jun 26
A swath of western and central Europe is sweating under blazing temperatures, with authorities in one German region imposing temporary speed limits on some stretches of the autobahn as a precaution against heat damage.


Health/Fitness

Rome Doctors Warn of Health Hazards from City's Garbage Woes

Rome Doctors Warn of Health Hazards from City's Garbage Woes

HEALTH | By Giada Zampano | Jun 26
Doctors in Rome are warning of possible health hazards caused by overflowing trash bins in the city's streets, as the Italian capital struggles with a renewed garbage emergency aggravated by the summer heat.


Travel

From Sunrise to Sunset in Spokane, Washington

From Sunrise to Sunset in Spokane, Washington

Jun 26
From zip-lining and white water rafting to a robust LGBTQ scene, Spokane, Washington, is making its mark as a quaint West Coast getaway for queer travelers.


Nightlife

Chicago PrideFest  :: June 22-23, 2019

Chicago PrideFest :: June 22-23, 2019

PHOTO ALBUMS | Jun 24
PrideFest took over Boystown in Chicago for two days on June 22nd and 23rd, leading up to the Pride parade the following weekend. Vendor booths, live music and unpredictable weather were all part of the rainbow of fun.