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Obama to Join Kennedy Center Honors Gala for Last Time

By Ben Nuckols | Dec 4
This year's Kennedy Center Honors gala will be bittersweet for some because it's the last one under President Barack Obama.

Semper (and Suffer) Fidel: Artists Conflicted About Castro

By Hillel Italie | Dec 4
For many artists, Castro was a contradiction they never quite resolved, a man equally hard to embrace or to ignore.

Designer Tom Ford: Melania Trump 'Not Necessarily My Image'

Dec 2
Fashion designer Tom Ford says first lady-to-be Melania Trump likely won't be wearing his clothes in the White House.

Lola Flash's Guide to the Holidays

By Matthew Wexler | Nov 30
Looking for 'outside the box' gift ideas? We've turned to artist Lola Flash to curate some of her favorite things.

Creator of McDonald's Flagship Sandwich, the Big Mac, Dies

By Joe Mandak | Nov 30
Michael James "Jim" Delligatti, the McDonald's franchisee who created the Big Mac nearly 50 years ago, died Monday at home in Pittsburgh. Delligatti, who according to his son ate at least one 540-calorie Big Mac a week for decades, was 98.

Watch: Bodybuilders Attempt to Bellydance in Hilarious Video

Nov 30
A new video posted by BuzzFeed is going viral this week, which shows a group of male bodybuilders attempting to bellydance for the first time.

Dictionary.com's Word of the Year is 'Xenophobia'

By Leanne Italie | Nov 28
You might have thought about it, heard it. A lot. You might have even felt it: Dictionary.com's word of the year is "xenophobia."

Out There :: Talking Gay Turkey

By Roberto Friedman | Nov 26
This week Out There finds ourselves back in Washington, DC, and environs, where we grew up, came out, and spent our wild youth. We're glad we're here before the Reactionary Right-Wing Apocalypse transforms this town.

Getting Open with Open Relationships

By Cutter Slagle | Nov 26
Whether your opinion is that open relationships are an excuse to have your cake and eat it too, or that it's no coincidence monogamy sounds a lot like monotony, you have to at least agree that everyone's choice deserves to be respected.

'Jurassic World' Comes Alive at Philadelphia Exhibit

By Kristen De Groot | Nov 25
Dinosaurs in museums tend to be of the fossilized variety, but a new exhibit in Philadelphia is bringing the creatures and their world to life.

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