From local bike shops and a nonprofit hangout to the pitstop for L.A.'s best local tour, these are must-knows for local cyclists
A look at TV in the month of June, from PBS to Netflix, and new series for USA and SyFy
Items great for the casual local biker or the cyclist who races two-wheeled on the regular
This is important: history is about to repeat itself and not in a good way for the LGBT community.
Lately Los Angeles has veered from exhaust-obsessed to a haven for helmets, but where did this cycling trend come from, and where is it going?
From 'American Idol' contestant to frontman of Queen, he reinvents himself once more on his third album, his most contemplative and personal to date
A treatment trial has been cut short due to overwhelming evidence that early access to antiretrovirals can save lives
James Franco is back playing a gay character in 'Wild Horses', in theaters from June 5
Eleven LGBT students have been awarded funds to help them manage the costs of college tuition
O'Hare's historical recreation looks at Edgar Allen Poe's last day, while Segal returns for 'The Bastard Executioner'
How will we win an LGBT civil rights bill if we can’t even talk to Ted Cruz? Viciousness in the gay community is nothing new
A great new biography covers every aspect of Kahn's life and career on stage and screen, as well as her untimely death from cancer
The latest draft of the controversial 'condoms in porn' bill drew criticism at a public hearing last week
Lange will make her long-awaited return to Broadway next year for 'Long Day's Journey Into Night', with Murphy set to produce
The Vatican's senior diplomat was 'deeply saddened' by Ireland's decision to embrace marriage equality
The cult film-turned-series hits Netflix on July 31, and these images preview its stellar returning cast
The president of the Boy Scouts of America suggests that a policy change could be on the way this year
The former president reportedly offered to marry a local same-sex couple until a 'scheduling conflict' got in the way
15 years after using an adoption to guarantee inheritance rights, this gay couple in their 70s can finally marry
Thanks to all who choose to serve in the military—but especially LGBT servicemembers who are fighting and dying for equality they not yet fully secured.
Lesbian drama 'Carol' takes the unofficial queer cinema prize at Cannes in a year with few gay films in competition
The NFL's first openly gay drafted player leaves the U.S. behind to sign a two-year contract to play in Canada
The winner of the 2015 Eurovision Song Contest celebrated diversity as he collected his trophy
NOM is at it again—minimizing their loss and perpetuating the lies they made up during the Prop 8 battle.
UPDATED with official vote count. The margin of victory is huge in this Catholic country.