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WNBA Players Start to Invest in Food Industry

By Doug Feinberg | Jan 23
Whether it's to plan for their future once basketball is done, promote healthy living or just to have some fun, WNBA players such as Sue Bird and Maya Moore are getting involved in the food industry.

Super Bowl Brings Out Houston's Best

By Kristie Rieken | Jan 22
Houston is the nation's fourth largest city, a sprawling metropolis larger than some small states. But the good news for those visiting for Super Bowl LI is that most of the events surrounding the game will be concentrated downtown, making it easy to visi

Out Volleyball Player Denied Pro-League Contract for Being Gay

By Brittany Ferrendi | Jan 21
Chris Voth plays for the other team, and claims it has cost him a professional contract. The 26-year-old volleyball player told a Finnish publication that he "lost a dream contract abroad" because of his homosexuality.

On the Mat with Thunder Arena Wrestlers Blayne and Eagle

By Robert Nesti | Jan 19
What makes Thunder Arena Wrestling the go-to website for those fans of the sport to watch matches? One reason are its wrestlers. EDGE speaks to Blayne and Eagle recently as they prepared to fight.

PopUps: Is Lady Gaga Attempting a Death-Defying Super Bowl Stunt?

Jan 17
Lady Gaga may try to pull off a death-defying stunt during her Super Bowl halftime performance next month, according to reports.

Surf's Up and Out

Jan 15
Carlsbad resident Bill Curci first started riding waves when he was five and "got into surfing" at 13.

Former Professional Soccer Player Comes Out

By Brittany Ferrendi | Jan 14
Adam McCabe, ex-professional soccer player, has revealed he is gay in a story shared with Meanwhiler. His goal was to help out people who are looking for advice, experience and guidance.

Man Acquitted in Slaying of Sister of NBA's Reggie Bullock

Jan 13
A Baltimore jury has acquitted a man of all charges in the 2014 slaying of the transgender sister of Detroit Pistons player Reggie Bullock.

ACC Likely to Move Championship From NC Again if Anti-LGBT Law Remains

By Ralph D. Russo | Jan 9
Atlantic Coast Conference Commissioner John Swofford says the conference is likely to move its football championship game out of Charlotte again if a state law that limits anti-discrimination protections for LGBT people is not repealed or adjusted.

Football Players Settle Hazing Case Over 'No Gay Thursday'

Jan 3
Three suburban Philadelphia high school football players have pleaded guilty to a lesser charge to settle allegations they sexually assaulted a freshman player with a broom handle on what the team called "No Gay Thursday."

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