Wrigley Field, the longtime home to the Chicago Cubs, is now a century old. The first game ever played in the historic venue took place on April 23, 1914.
Matt Bomer publicly acknowledge he's gay in 2012. Now the 36-year-old actor tells fashion glossy Details magazine that he married Simon Halls, a publicist with Slate PR, a year earlier.
Howard Brown Health Center (HBHC) has announced a series of town-hall meetings to discuss the health and wellness needs of Chicago's diverse LGBT community.
The Equality House in Topeka, Kansas is now home to a prideful exhibition as hundreds gathered to celebrate the unveiling of a new LGBT installation directly across the street from the anti-gay Westboro Baptist Church headquarters.
A federal lawsuit filed Tuesday on behalf of six gay and lesbian couples challenges the constitutionality of Georgia's ban on gay marriage.
Sir Elton John is honoring the memory of legendary DJ, record producer and remixer Frankie Knuckles by establishing the Frankie Knuckles Fund to support HIV information, testing and treatment among black communities in Africa, America and the U.K.
The U.S. Postal Service on Monday unveiled the image for its upcoming stamp dedicated to the memory of slain politician and gay rights activist Harvey Milk.
World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) publicly shows its support for LGBT equality by teaming up with the NOH8 campaign.
One of America's first affordable LGBT senior homes is set to open in Boystown by end of August or early September 2014.
Electronic rock band AWOLNATION will headline the Petrillo Music Shell on Wednesday, July 9 to kick off the 34th annual Taste of Chicago.
In honor of Illinois marriage equality, the Museum of Contemporary Art (MCA) Chicago is preparing to host complimentary wedding ceremonies and receptions to 15 same-sex couples, with more than 100 in the running to win the swanky prize.
The recent news that Brunei would stone to death people convicted of gay relations has resulted in the cancellation of a 4-day conference at the Beverly Hills Hotel, which is owned by the Sultan of Brunei Hassanal Bolkiah, who has ruled the oil rich
Worldwide entertainer Lady Tajma Hall has died, according to a statement from the Continental Pageantry System.
Utah Senator Orrin Hatch, who opposes gay marriage, has predicted victory for supporters of equality at the Supreme Court.
Cook County has issued its 1,000th marriage license to a same-sex couple, according to Clerk David Orr.
"It’s almost come full-circle back to the beginning when there weren’t massive budgets and you had to be a bit more creative. I think that’s exciting."
"I’ve been incredibly lucky to do theater, film, and television in a relatively circular career, whereby I’m never getting bored because I’m always doing something different relatively soon."