Category: Long Beach

LONG BEACH SYMPHONY POPS! Presents an Evening with “Duke, Ella & All That Jazz”

LONG BEACH SYMPHONY POPS! Presents an Evening with “Duke, Ella & All That Jazz”

[ 0 ] November 8, 2017

On Saturday, November 18 at 8 p.m. in the Long Beach Arena (300 E. Ocean Blvd.), the Long Beach Symphony will present an evening of music inspired by the legendary 1930s Harlem jazz clubs featuring greatest hits by Duke Ellington, Cab Calloway, Ella Fitzgerald, Louis Armstrong, Ethel Waters and more! Veteran conductor and trumpeter Byron […]

A TASTEFUL AFFAIR: An Event to Remember

A TASTEFUL AFFAIR: An Event to Remember

[ 0 ] November 7, 2017

by tony reverditto –  The AIDS Food Store is Southern California’s longest serving HIV/AIDS food provider. Started in 1985 through Christ Chapel Long Beach, when a group came together to address the issue of hunger in a community where many social service agencies were unable or unwilling to help. Consequently, the AIDS Food Store Long […]

OCTOBER COMMUNITY EVENTS: Orange & Los Angeles Counties

OCTOBER COMMUNITY EVENTS: Orange & Los Angeles Counties

[ 0 ] October 5, 2017

  Come celebrate all things LatinX and LGBTQ at the 2nd Annual Calavera LGBTQ Community Celebration on Saturday, October 28 at Mi Centro in Boyle Heights. Designed to honor the cultural Day of the Dead and to remember family and community members who have passed: Particularly those lost to gun violence, such as those at […]

SHANGELA: Ready to Werq The World!

SHANGELA: Ready to Werq The World!

[ 0 ] October 4, 2017

by tim parks –  When Drag Race alum Shangela takes the stage as the hostess of RuPaul’s Werq The World Tour, this queen is totally prepared to “Bring it!” The North American run, fresh off its European leg, will kick off its high-heeled debut inside Downtown San Diego’s Spreckels Theatre on Thursday, October 12, followed […]

OUT ON THE MOUNTAIN Celebrates Tenth Anniversary Event with Derrick Barry

OUT ON THE MOUNTAIN Celebrates Tenth Anniversary Event with Derrick Barry

[ 0 ] September 20, 2017

Over 6,000 are expected at Out on the Mountain, the gay night at Six Flags Magic Mountain, on Friday, September 22, 2017 from 6 p.m. to 1 a.m. It will be a night of thrill rides, Halloween Fright Fest mazes, live performances including Derrick Barry (RuPaul’s Drag Race and America’s Got Talent), Maty Noyes (cowrote […]

Jewels’ GORGEOUS GEMS - September Edition

Jewels’ GORGEOUS GEMS – September Edition

[ 0 ] September 7, 2017

by jewels –  Happy September my beautiful gems! Fresh off a fabulous End of Summer Booze Cruise on the Long Beach Harbor, I am painfully aware that the summer season is coming to an end. Thankfully here in Southern California, the fun continues in high fashion and the heat gets cranked up…Simply to remind us […]

QFILMS: Bringing Community Together

QFILMS: Bringing Community Together

[ 0 ] September 5, 2017

by chris carpenter –  Now in its 24th year, Long Beach’s Q Film Festival has grown to become one of the seaside city’s preeminent social events. It has also come to be regarded as the second-biggest exclusive showcase for LGBTQ movies in the L.A. area, after Outfest. The 2017 Long Beach QFilm Festival—often referred to […]

SOUTH BAY LGBT CENTER - Celebrating Pride, Unity and Equality One Step at a Time

SOUTH BAY LGBT CENTER – Celebrating Pride, Unity and Equality One Step at a Time

[ 0 ] August 7, 2017

by tony reverditto –   Formerly known as the South Bay Lesbian and Gay Community Organization (SBLGCO), The South Bay LGBT Center came into existence in 1989, when ten women met and talked about the possibility of creating an organized lesbian and gay presence in the South Bay/Redondo Beach area. A survey was conducted to […]

SILENT SKY - Los Angeles Premiere Comes to International City Theatre in Long Beach

SILENT SKY – Los Angeles Premiere Comes to International City Theatre in Long Beach

[ 0 ] August 6, 2017

Decades before Hidden Figures the Academy Award-nominated film made them famous, astronomer Henrietta Swan Leavitt (1868-1921) and her female colleagues at the Harvard Observatory acted as “human computers,” using math and measurement to chart the skies. Without ever being allowed to touch a telescope—a task prohibited to women at the turn of the 20th century—Leavitt […]

TY HERNDON

TY HERNDON

[ 0 ] May 12, 2017

HOUSE ON FIRE ~ by joel martens ~ Opening the closet door is something that we all must face at some point. Easy for some of us who enjoy a more accepting environment perhaps and more difficult for those who live in a world that can exact a dear price for being “outside the norm.” […]

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