20,000 plus Students from more than 7,500 Middle and High Schools Registered to Participate in 2010 with Hundreds of Thousands More at 10% of Schools Nationwide
Pride Houston, Inc. is proud to announce its 2011 Grand Marshals at its annual kick off event. The winners are Bryan Hlavinka (male), Tammi Wallace (female), Duane and Judy Roland (honorary) and the Houston GLBT Center (organization).
Harrah’s New Orleans is pleased to announce the hiring of the newest member of its leadership team. Richard Brower has been appointed Director of LGBT [Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender) and Ethnic Marketing. Harrah’s New Orleans is one of the first in the gaming industry to offer this position.
Brower most recently served as Strategic Development & Marketing Director for the International Gay & Lesbian Travel Association. A specialist in new technology, Brower will provide consulting and expertise in Internet marketing and social media to market to various diverse groups
“You don’t mind helping Mom, do you? The rest of us are so busy with kids and in-laws… ”This classic pattern of the unmarried son or daughter looking after a widowed or ailing parent probably falls unfairly on LGBT adults. While you’re getting used to that idea, let me offer some doctor’s-eye tips to help with some of your parents’ healthcare issues.
Houston LGBT Pride Celebration will take place Apr. 7, 2011 at the Momentum Audi Showroom at 2315 Richmond, Houston, Texas, 77098. Festivities begin at 7:30 p.m. as the Pride Season formally begins and Grand Marshals for the 2011 Parade are announced.
Mayor Annise Parker and David Cordish, Chairman of the Cordish Companies, have announced that Robert Redford’s Sundance Cinema will open in Bayou Place in the heart of Houston’s downtown theater district. Sundance Cinemas Houston will feature specialized film programming, playing the finest movies for a discerning audience culled from film festivals and the best in general release. The venue will offer drinking and dining choices, all reserved seating, digital stereo sound and presentation, filmmaker screenings and exclusive events, plus free parking for patrons and community events. In fact, community events will mark the opening celebrations when the theatre opens on the first of November, just in time for the holiday season.
This year marks 30 years since the discovery of the first case of what was later identified as AIDS. With that news, our lives and relationships as gay men were forever altered. We witnessed an unthinkable tragedy that has taken the lives of more than a quarter-million of our gay and bisexual friends and lovers.
“One of the questions at the heart of the play is ‘What is a man? What is a woman?’ Klytemnestra comes off as both—or even as more man.” John Harvey, playwright and director, brings to the fore one of the driving characteristics of Klytemnestra, the woman at the center of the ancient Greek play Agamemnon by Aeschylus.
L.U.E.Y. Weekend 2011, March 10-13, 2011. Photos by Dalton DeHart.
“Bringin’ in the Green” at the Montrose Counseling Center, March 19, 2011. Photos by Dalton DeHart.