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Gallery in Central Mexico Displays a Trove of Folk Art
2019 Pride Roundup
High Surf Warning Issued for Shores on all Hawaii Islands

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2019 Pride Roundup

Gallery in Central Mexico Displays a Trove of Folk Art

By Sam Cronin |
2019 has been a great year for Pride festivals and parades nationwide, many of which commemorated the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Uprising. Check out our roundup of EDGE cove...

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2019 Pride Roundup

2019 Pride Roundup

By Sam Cronin | Jul 15
2019 has been a great year for Pride festivals and parades nationwide, many of which commemorated the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Uprising. Check out our roundup of EDGE coverage and photo albums from this year's events so far!

Taste of the Tour: Stunning Prizes, Tasty Steaks in Auvergne

Taste of the Tour: Stunning Prizes, Tasty Steaks in Auvergne

By Samuel Petrequin | Jul 15
After thrusting their arms in victory at the finish line, Tour de France stage winners are greeted by hostesses on the podium. As well as the yellow jersey, the Tour de France race leader is usually handed flowers and a fluffy lion.

High Surf Warning Issued for Shores on all Hawaii Islands

High Surf Warning Issued for Shores on all Hawaii Islands

Jul 15
Officials have issued a high-surf warning for south-facing shores on all of Hawaii's islands.

American Airlines Extends Boeing Plane Flight Cancellations

American Airlines Extends Boeing Plane Flight Cancellations

By Martin Crutsinger | Jul 15
American Airlines said Sunday that it will keep the Boeing 737 Max plane off its schedule until Nov. 3, which is two months longer than it had planned.

Do You Seek Adventure or Relaxation During Vacation?

Do You Seek Adventure or Relaxation During Vacation?

Jul 15
More than one in three Americans (37 percent) have had a 'life eureka' moment while on vacation or a trip away, according to new research.

Guadalajara: How Losing Out on the Gay Games Catapulted Jalisco's Capitol Into the LGBTQ Spotlight

Guadalajara: How Losing Out on the Gay Games Catapulted Jalisco's Capitol Into the LGBTQ Spotlight

By Ivan Quintanilla | Jul 13
When in 2015, the governments of the Mexican state of Jalisco and its capital Guadalajara began a bid to host the Gay Games in 2022, they unwittingly set the city on a path to LGBTQ-awakening.

Poop Pop-Up Museum Opens in Japan

Poop Pop-Up Museum Opens in Japan

Jul 13
Visitors to the pop-up can take quirky photos and view interactive "artwork."

1 Gored, 5 Injured in Race with Bulls at Pamplona Festival

1 Gored, 5 Injured in Race with Bulls at Pamplona Festival

Jul 12
A man was gored and five other people injured in the sixth bull run of the 2019 San Fermin festival Friday, officials in the northern Spanish city of Pamplona said.

Tourist on Electric Scooter Stopped in Oslo's Tunnel System

Tourist on Electric Scooter Stopped in Oslo's Tunnel System

Jul 12
Police in Oslo say they have stopped a foreign tourist who was caught on surveillance cameras riding through part of a vast and busy tunnel system in the center of the Norwegian capital on an electric scooter.

Passengers Violently Ejected from Seats on Turbulent Flight

Passengers Violently Ejected from Seats on Turbulent Flight

By Jennifer Sinco Kelleher and Caleb Jones | Jul 12
Dozens of people were violently slammed off the ceiling of a jetliner that encountered unexpected and intense turbulence over the Pacific Ocean Thursday.

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