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4 New Sleeper TV Shows You Need to Watch

By Jason St. Amand | Oct 1
Here are four TV shows that may have slipped under your radar this fall season, but are certainly worth your time.

'Wonder Woman' Comics Writer Reveals Character is Gay

Oct 1
The writer of the reborn "Wonder Woman" comics has revealed that the character is gay.

Out There :: The First Lady's First Lady

By Roberto Friedman | Oct 1
"Eleanor and Hick - The Love Affair That Shaped a First Lady" by Susan Quinn has just been published by Penguin Press.

Albee: An Appreciation

By Brian Bromberger | Oct 1
There is little doubt Albee permanently changed drama by inventing a new language, according to playwright Terence McNally, his partner in the 1960s.

Universal Orlando Unveils Virtual Reality Halloween Show

By Terrance Harris | Oct 1
As you enter the dark set - an old library from the 1700s filled with ancient artifacts - at Universal Orlando Resort's new Halloween experience, it's obvious you're in for a creepy time.

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'A Little White Music' with Varla Jean Merman

By Jim Gladstone | Oct 1
In over two decades of drag shows, the strapping, 6' 2" native Louisianan has tended to prattle on about urges more physical than political. But this go-round, things feel different.

New Season of 'Halloween Baking Championship' Premieres Monday, October 3rd

Oct 1
Zombies, mummies and monsters galore get in on the action on the return of the spookiest baking competition on Food Network, where seven terrifyingly-talented bakers compete to create the most hauntingly delicious desserts.

Dig These Discs: Shawn Mendes, Lady Wray, My Chemical Romance, Against Me!, Goldroom

By Winnie McCroy | Oct 1
Against Me! returns with another album, and Shawn Mendes releases his sophomore cut. Lady Wray drops her first solo effort in a long time, and Goldroom has his debut. My Chemical Romance re-releases their 10th anniversary album.

Gay Chorus Artistic Director Commissioned to Write Piece Honoring Slain Police Officers

By Lainey Millen | Oct 1
When Gerald Gurss was asked to compose a piece to honor the memory of Dallas, Texas slain police officers, he was tasked with a monumental responsibility.

Film Fest Update: Chicago's Reeling Gets Better With Age

By Kevin Langson | Sep 30
Reeling, Chicago's Film Fest, just wrapped. EDGE contributor Kevin Langston watched numerous films there. Here's his assessments of some films that may likely turn up at a festival of theater near you in the upcoming months.

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