Lesbian Health Initiative–Houston’s most opulent and anticipated fundraiser, the Celebration of Love Gala, is undergoing a bit of a facelift this year.
Archive for February, 2011
Film • Performing Arts • Performing Arts for Young People • Radio • Art/Photography • February Day-By-Day • HIV Testing
Grant for Ballet. Houston Ballet has been approved for a grant of $50,000 from the National Endowment for the Arts to support the world premiere of a new work by Finnish choreographer Jorma Elo and the acquisition of a work new to the company’s repertoire.
Entering on the first floor of the Hotel Galvez, guests stepped into an expansive lobby with a tall ceiling framed by arched columns and two sun porches, or loggias, running across its arched-window façade.
The legendary revelry of Mardi Gras returns to Galveston Island Feb. 25–Mar. 8 for the 100th celebration of Mardi Gras! Galveston
If you’re looking for a spot in paradise, chances are you’ll wind up at Joe Tramonte Realty Inc., one of the oldest and most established real estate companies in Galveston.
In the fight for equality, many of the most heart-wrenching battles occur in forced secrecy. LGBT and HIV-positive immigrants and their U.S. citizen partners must deal with what many consider to be America’s most complex laws while finding themselves compelled to keep their sexual orientation or HIV status concealed.
They’ve got the cake topper—they’ve got the rings—they’ve got the wedding venue. The one thing that Dustin Rynders and Michael Chou don’t have is marriage equality.
Fad gyms arrive with the frequency of a New Year’s resolution, and often disappear faster than the will to live up to them. But a mainstay among the local muscle set is Houston Gym, the only fitness club owned and operated by gay man John Langerman, alongside his hetero partner Johnnie West.