The Human Rights Campaign is arguably the largest civil rights force working for LGBT equality today.
Troy Plummer Treash, a long-established spiritual leader of the Houston LGBT community, returns to his hometown to shepherd one of its most diverse and inclusive churches, tResurrection MCC.
Houston actor and Tommy Tune award winner John Ryan Del Bosquen is singing “I’m Gay” on Broadway in the current off-Broadway revival of “Let My People Come.” WEB EXCLUSIVE
PoorMansFeast.com is cookbook author and editor Elissa Altman’s James Beard award-winning blog about food, friends, and family.
Leave it to Houston, with our penchant for all things real-estate-related, to have the nation’s first theme park focusing on home building and interior design.
An interview with Sara Quin of queer twin sister duo Tegan and Sara.
Set in the late 1970s, Any Day Now stars Alan Cumming as a drag performer who forms an unconventional family unit with a closeted employee of the D.A.’s office, and an abandoned teenager with Down Syndrome.
Impishly witty Howard Bragman provides the gossipy talking heads with so many juicy tidbits and promo-ready quips that it’s surprising they haven’t blacklisted his appearances for making the mannequin hosts look like the cardboard cutouts they actually are. Now, he might just need a PR guy himself.