Students from the University of Houston-Downtown (UHD) put a personal “face” on the lingering stigma of HIV/AIDS by sharing their own stories in an interactive rally today in commemoration of “World AIDS Day.”
Dale A. Englefield Jr., born August 15, 1957 to Vivian and Dale Sr., departed this life October 30, 2013. A Memorial Service for Dale will be at 2:00, Saturday, December 7, at the First Unitarian Universalist Church, 5200 Fannin Street, Houston 77004.
Performing Arts • Art/Photography • Radio • On the Big Screen • And Other Fun Things • Ongoing • HIV Testing
The man sentenced to forty-five years in prison for the 1991 murder of gay Houston banker Paul Broussard was denied parole once again.
JD Doyle of Queer Music Heritage creates a CD that gives back to Houston’s trans community.
Mayoral candidate Ben Hall spoke to KUHF this morning and (finally) spoke publicly regarding issues of equality for the LGBT community. Hall not only came out staunchly against introducing and implementing a non-discrimination ordinance in Houston, but also in repealing the Executive Order 150.
Take a copy into the ballot booth.
When Annise Parker made history on December 12, 2009, by becoming the first openly gay mayor of a major U.S. city, it seemed like an impossible dream had finally come true. It’s been a busy four years for Mayor Annise.
Film • Performing Arts • Art/Photography • Radio • And Other Fun Things • Ongoing • HIV Testing • PLUS HOT TICKET OUT List photos at Hiram Butler Gallery.
Howlin’ Halloween calendar events.