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Out There :: Do-It-Yourself North Bay Getaway

By Roberto Friedman | Jan 31
The small picturesque town of Healdsburg in the North Bay is in the midst of its inaugural Hands on Healdsburg program, set to run through Feb. 28. It's all about do-it-yourself activities.

Rod McKuen, Mega-Selling Poet and Performer, Dies at 81

By Hillel Italie | Jan 30
Rod McKuen, the husky-voiced "King of Kitsch" whose avalanche of music, verse and spoken-word recordings in the 1960s and '70s overwhelmed critical mockery and made him an Oscar-nominated songwriter and one of the best-selling poets in history, has died.

Combating Sexual Assaults with Imagery

Jan 29
One in five college women will experience some kind of sexual assault while at school. Tracy Smith investigates what some are calling an epidemic of campus assaults, and looks into the ways that victims, educators and legislators are fighting back.

4chan Founder to Retire From Site He Started at Age 15

Jan 29
The founder of the popular, if at times notorious, online message board 4chan is retiring as the site's administrator.

'Red Hots Burlesque' Moves to Oasis

By EDGE | Jan 28
Red Hots Burlesque, the United States' longest running queer burlesque show, has found a new home with Oasis, San Francisco's newest lush cabaret and nightclub.

Dumb-Ass Lists: 10 Instagram Men to Distract You From Juno

By Jason St. Amand | Jan 27
EDGE presents the first edition of an ongoing feature called Dumb-Ass Lists.

LGBT Sport :: Out Across the Land and Here at Home

By Joel Martens | Jan 27
If you are interested in participating in a "group activity," the LGBT community offers many options -- some healthy, some perhaps not as much. But here's one that might surprise you: Sport. And more and more LGBT pros are emerging from the closet.

'March: Book Two' Shows All Sides of Civil Rights Movement

By Jesse J. Holland | Jan 26
A comic book about Martin Luther King Jr. helped bring a young John Lewis into the civil rights movement.

Miss Colombia Crowned Miss Universe in Miami

By Kelli Kennedy | Jan 26
Despite being a relative pageant newcomer, Miss Colombia Paulina Vega has been crowned Miss Universe, beating out first runner-up Miss USA Nia Sanchez and contestants from more than 80 other countries.

The Imperial Court of San Francisco, Part 3: Mid-1980s to Mid-1990s

By Donna Sachet | Jan 25
The history of the Imperial Court of San Francisco continues in this unique contribution to GLBT History.

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