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On the cover of November's issue of EDGE monthly magazine is Broadway's new Hamilton, Javier Muñoz, who is using his newfound time in the spotlight to fight HIV stigma by going public with his own positive status. A few blocks north of the Richard Rodgers Theatre, where "Hamilton" plays, a revival of the seminal gay-themed musical "Falsettos" is being mounted. EDGE's Brian Lipton caught up with some of the creative team working on that anticipated production. On the theme of politics, EDGE's Philadelphia reporter, Patrick Hagerty, caught up with a duo of trans women who broke through a glass ceiling this summer by entering the national political arena at the Democratic National Convention. The latest James Franco gay-themed film "King Cobra," which explores the real-life murder of a porn film producer over a contract dispute with twink star Brent Corrigan, is the subject of our Arts feature. And our Tunage column takes a look at synthwave, the 1980s-inspired music subgenre that made a splash this summer in the opening theme of the breakout TV hit "Stranger Things." All this, plus travel, home stylings, technology and more, awaits you in this month's issue.
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