The latest entry in a new feature where two editors recap the fourth installment of "American Horror Story," this season called "Freak Show."
Exactly how wild was the Wild West in San Francisco? One thing which seems clear from paintings and drawings of the 19th century is that there was a lot of same-sex dancing going on.
Take a gander at which celebrities have branched out into these viney endeavors; get ready for the words to flow like so much grape-made liquid.
Bad girl Vassy lands at the #1 spot on Billboard's Club Chart this Friday with "Hustlin'," her latest club banger that pays homage to Crystal Waters' nineties house classic, "Gypsy Woman."
Years before Mae West and Marilyn Monroe became popular, Sophie Tucker was the original blonde bombshell. A new documentary offers an intimate look at the original "red hot mama."
Revolutions, we find out in the third "Hunger Games" film, succeed or fail based on one thing: The quality of your sound bites and propaganda advertisements.
Director and co-writer Stefan Haupt intersperses real interviews with a movie version of the true story in "The Circle" ("Der Kreis"), in German (and some French) with English subtitles.
The Vicious Brothers continue to display a talent for the horror genre, even if their third feature doesn't quite hit the mark.
In the Arts
Officials from a Polish town have banned Winnie the Pooh from being the mascot of a new children's playground because of the cartoon character's "dubious sexuality," calling him a "hermaphrodite" because he doesn't wear pants.
A Florida woman who came forward Thursday became the fourth in recent weeks to say Bill Cosby gave her pills that made her feel groggy then forced himself on her sexually.
Here are some of the highlights from the long film career of Mike Nichols, who died Wednesday at age 83.
John Cameron Mitchell, the writer and original star of "Hedwig and the Angry Inch," is returning to her miniskirt, wigs and high heels.
Celebrating 16 years, The Trevor Project will host its annual "TrevorLIVE Los Angeles" (TrevorLIVE LA), a high-profile evening of music, comedy and entertainment on December 7 at the Hollywood Palladium, presented by Wells Fargo.
Tom Goss has released one video after the next recently, covering songs like Taylor Swift's "Shake It Off," Iggy Azelea's "Fancy," and -- in a new video -- a bouncy retro version of "All About That Bass." Goss tells EDGE all about it.
Geeks, grains and globe-trotting. Nearly every one of this year's best food books seems to fall into one of those categories.
Curators at London's Wellcome Collection will not be surprised if lines form outside their new "Institute of Sexology" exhibition.
Hunky Vine Star Strips to Speedo, Detained at Miami-Airport
A Look at Apple CEO's Coming Out
Fla. Teen Pleads Not Guilty to Masturbating With Stuffed Animal at Walmart
Man Beaten, Verbally Assaulted With Anti-Gay Slurs in Seattle
NY Agency Notes Clinic Errors in Rivers' Treatment
Franco & Rogen Get Naked & Afraid for 'Naked and Afraid'