GLBT Political Caucus 2011 Equality Brunch and awards presentation, Septemeber 18, 2011. Photos by Dalton DeHart.
Archive for October, 2011
Bering Omega Community Services presents “Sing for Hope,” September 10, 2011. Photos by Dalton DeHart.
OutSmart Gayest and Greatest voting parties at F Bar, Guava Lamp, Crocker Bar, and Tony’s Corner Pocket, September 23-26, 2011. Photos by Dalton DeHart.
Outreach United VIP Pre-Houston Comes Out party, August 20, 2011. Photos by Dalton DeHart.
The number of gay and bisexual characters on scripted broadcast network TV has dipped slightly this season to 19 out of nearly 650 roles, according to the Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation.
Legacy Community Health Services traces its roots back to Montrose Clinic, established in 1981 as a public service by the gay community for the gay community. Originally organized to provide testing for STDs, Montrose Clinic was inadvertently poised to become Houston’s first and continuing response team to the AIDS epidemic.
Each October, hundreds and hundreds of Gulf Coast lesbians make their traditional migration through the downtown maze of glass and steel to Jones Plaza, for the Houston Women’s Music Festival.
About two years ago, this germ of an idea whetted the appetite of a number of local creative folks, who attended monthly meetings to conceptualize a musical production about (gulp) the end of life as we know it.
Lydia Hance didn’t set out to make a dance film about gay love. But it sneaked in there anyway.
After careful research and planning, Dave Martin opened his Revolution E Electric Bike Store in Montrose at the end of May—because who wouldn’t want to save gas money while enjoying some fresh air and exercise on a bike that has a little extra oomph from an electric motor?