A sultry August night at Rich’s 18 years ago, and now husband-and-husband team Ian Eastveld and Ryan Levy have started The Nice Winery.
Chefs Celeste Terrell and Kathryn Herod are cooking up fun times, good food, plenty of wine, and in 2015, their wedding in New Orleans. Meet the couple behind Well Done cooking classes.
Houstonian Ida Franklin traveled to Africa, twice, with her Creekside Community Church to build playgrounds for African children in Bulembu, Swaziland.
As comedian Mitch Hedberg says, “A severed foot is the ultimate stocking stuffer.” Since those are hard to find, here are some other ideas. From bling to booze to erotica … with a few books and homey items thrown in to keep up appearances….
Transsexual surgery “could be likened to political psychiatry in the Soviet Union.” Cristan Williams writes about the hate group hiding in our own community.
Dr. John Hudson has better advice for gay teenagers than the hateful message he got from his pastor when he was fourteen. Hudson is an English professor at UH-Downtown, coach of UHD’s world-champion powerlifting team, AND director of UHD’s Center for Student Diversity, Equity and Inclusion.
FrenetiCore choreographer Rebecca French created the lyrical “There is no answer as to why me: A Dance Tribute to David Rakoff,” the gay writer who died of cancer at age 47.
Out musical director and composer Jeff Rizzo returns to Houston to direct “Elf: The Musical” with TUTS.
James Bidgood’s Pink Narcissus, a 1971 art-house film that visualizes the erotic fantasies of a gay male prostitute, kicks off a monthly film series called The Subversive Underground.