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Why Millions Can't See Eye to Eye in Dress Color Debate

Feb 27
A question posed about the color of an $80 dress nearly caused the fabric of the Internet to unravel Thursday night. The "dress-gate" controversy began on a Tumblr page and racked up over 20 million views on Buzzfeed. Elaine Quijano reports.

What's HOT South Florida :: 02/26 - 03/04

By Scott Holland | Feb 26
The mercury keeps climbing, as parties rock on heartily, Holly Faris returns and so does RuPaul... and Ricky Martin belts out ten new tracks. Read all about here in the HOT Zone!

Privately-Owned LGBTQ Center Opens In W. Hollywood

By EDGE | Feb 25
The owner of three of West Hollywood's most fashionable men's retail shops announced this week he will close one in order to convert it into America's first privately owned LGBTQ Center.

Google, Reddit Crack Down on Online Explicit Pics, Videos

By Michael Liedtke | Feb 25
Google Inc., the Internet's most powerful company, is going to ban most nude photos and video from publicly accessible sites on its popular Blogger. Reddit says it will remove photos, videos and links with explicit content.

After the Oscars, Diversity Remains a Topic of Discussion

By David Bauder | Feb 24
What was missing from the Academy Awards turned out to be the issue that could not be ignored on the night trophies were handed out.

Apple's New Emojis Are More Diverse, Include Same-Sex Couples

By Jason St. Amand | Feb 24
Photos of the iOS 8.3 leaked this week ahead of its scheduled release for later this year after Apple gave developers an example of the upcoming, highly anticipated, operating system.

Oscar Winners Use Ceremony to Send Broader Messages

Feb 24
"Birdman" soared above the rest, taking home four awards. It beat out "Boyhood" for best picture and best director. "Entertainment Tonight" co-host Nancy O'Dell reports on the highlights.

Drag Queens and Friends Plunge into Icy Boston Harbor

By EDGE | Feb 23
On Sunday, February 22, a lively group of costumed fundraisers braved the four-foot snow banks and plunged into the icy cold waters of Boston Harbor in order to raise funds for the GLBTQ Domestic Violence Project (GLBTQ DVP).

'American Sniper' Suspect's Ex-Comrades Mourn Man They Knew

By Allen G. Breed and Jamie Stengle | Feb 23
For those who served with Eddie Ray Routh in the Iraqi desert, the man on trial for gunning down the famed "American Sniper" Chris Kyle and a friend is not the Marine they had come to know.

Black History Month :: Profile on Bayard Rustin

By Mike Halterman | Feb 22
In his youth, Bayard Rustin's parents were personal friends of civil rights leaders such as W.E.B. Du Bois, and it was those leaders who inspired him to work to repeal discriminatory laws.

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