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Jodie Foster on Making a Popcorn Movie With Smarts

By Jake Coyle | Apr 29
Jodie Foster is as surprised as anyone that the fourth film she's directed, "Money Monster," is coming out in the summer among the likes of Avengers and Angry Birds.

Margaret Cho Releases New Album 'American Myth'

By EDGE | Apr 29
On April 29, Margaret Cho releases her first studio album in six years, "American Myth" via her Clownery Records label.

Rachael Sage Premiers First Track From New Album, 'Choreographic'

By EDGE | Apr 28
Award-winning recording artist Rachael Sage premiered her new song "Try Try Try" on Baebel Music.

Surf's Up! Brazil Ecojourneys and GaySurfers LGBT Surf Camp

By EDGE | Apr 27
Lesbian-owned Brazil Ecojourneys and GaySurfers want to bring the joy of pride back to the beach as they once again host South America's only LGBT surf camp in Santa Catarina, South Brazil.

Lena Dunham and Rosie's Threats to Flee US Add Fuel to Trump's Fire

Apr 27
A handful of female actresses have apparently motivated Donald Trump (even more) to become the next president of the United States.

Melissa Etheridge, Priscilla Renea Share Songwriting Secrets

By Sandy Cohen | Apr 27
Melissa Etheridge and songwriter Priscilla Renea had never met before sitting down to discuss their craft, and within an hour, they were spontaneously harmonizing together.

Watch: Pat Robertson 'Reclaims' Feminism From Topless Radicals

By EDGE | Apr 27
Earlier this week, televangelist Pat Robertson heralded the efforts of conservative activists to 'reclaim' feminism as a conservative movement.

Fashion Hurts: Do Your Shoes Fit?

Apr 26
"Fashion hurts." That's the verdict of a ground-breaking new study into women's shoe sizes. Nearly half of all British women are unable to walk the day after an evening out - because of their ill-fitting shoes.

'Feel The Bernhard' When Sandra Bernhard Plays Cleveland

By EDGE | Apr 26
On Saturday, April 30, the inimitable Sandra Bernhard will perform with her all new show "Feel The Bernhard" at Trinity Cathedral in Cleveland.

Terminally Ill Filmmaker JD DiSalvatore Dedicates Life to Saving Dogs

By EDGE | Apr 25
When award-winning filmmaker JD Disalvatore was diagnosed with Stage IV cancer four years ago, she decided to dedicate her final days to making Los Angeles a no-kill city, and filming a documentary called "How To Save a Dog."   

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