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OUT IN THE WORLD

OUT IN THE WORLD

[ 0 ] May 9, 2016

THE CURRENT STATE OF LGBT TRAVEL ~ by david duran ~ The travel industry has seriously been targeting the LGBT travel market segment big time lately. I think the world has finally woken up to the fact that LGBT travelers are just like any other type of traveler, meaning, they spend money too. The realities […]

JAKE HEGGIE

JAKE HEGGIE

[ 0 ] May 5, 2016

MUSCIAL TALES ~ by joel martens ~ The world of music is a better, richer one because of the work of this skilled composer and those with whom he has collaborated. The list reads like a “Who’s Who” in the world of classical music, opera and Broadway: Collaborations that include librettists Terrence McNally and Gene […]

HUBBARD STREET DANCE

HUBBARD STREET DANCE

[ 0 ] April 8, 2016

ALEJANDRO CERRUDO AND THE ART OF MOVEMENT ~ by joel martens ~ The limitations of language make it difficult to put into words the experience of a dance performance. Erudite a writer as one might be, to explain the effect of the interplay between the fluidity of a dancer’s body in relation to how each […]

SOCAL MUSEUM SCENE: ART THAT'S HOT

SOCAL MUSEUM SCENE: ART THAT’S HOT

[ 0 ] April 6, 2016

~ by joel martens ~ Los Angeles County Museum of Art What Are You Wearing? Reigning Men: Fashion In Menswear, 1715 To 2015 The lovely thing about artistic expression, is that it can take a multitude of unique and different forms; be it through painting or sculpture, a photograph or multimedia project, or any of […]

THE REAL O'NEALS NOAH GALVIN

THE REAL O’NEALS NOAH GALVIN

[ 0 ] April 6, 2016

COMING OUT AS KENNY JUST A PART OF THE STORY ~ by joel martens ~ The times have definitely changed for the LGBT community. We can marry and there are many positive role models to show our young people the freedom that is possible…A freedom that 10 or 20 years ago, was difficult for many […]

LGBT HISTORY OF ARTS 101

LGBT HISTORY OF ARTS 101

[ 0 ] April 6, 2016

THE THINGS THEY MISSED ~ by david rudenberg ~ We are fortunate to live in a time when there are more and more current, prominent LGBT artists. Whereas the list of “out” musicians, actors, writers and photographers in the past were often brief, now they are gleefully numerous…In fact, with the numbers of Tony Award-winners […]

ERIKA JAYNE AND WHITE PARTY 2016

ERIKA JAYNE AND WHITE PARTY 2016

[ 0 ] April 6, 2016

Dance Music, “House” Work and the White Party ~ by bill biss ~ Devotees of dance music have been delighting in the glamour, glitz and fun of Erika Jayne since her first number one Billboard dance hit, “Rollercoaster” in 2007. Her instinct for a solid beat and her persona as a “pretty mess” princess of […]

BETTE, BABS & BEYONCÉ

BETTE, BABS & BEYONCÉ

[ 0 ] April 5, 2016

The Gay Men’s Chorus of Los Angeles (GMCLA) is taking “diva,” to a whole ‘nother level… As they themselves say, “Why settle for one diva when you can have them all?” Bette, Babs & Beyonce not only promises a packed concert with songs audience members will know and love, but stunning renditions of music from […]

THE CENTER O.C.’S BIG BALL. INDIGO: YOU GOTTA GO!

THE CENTER O.C.’S BIG BALL. INDIGO: YOU GOTTA GO!

[ 0 ] April 5, 2016

by thom senzee –  To say the LGBT Center Orange County has some good programs for queer folk would be like saying out, lesbian comedian Dana Goldberg is prone to cracking a joke or two, now and then. Can you say understatement? How fortuitous it is then, that none other than Goldberg will be the […]

OLIVIA NEWTON-JOHN

OLIVIA NEWTON-JOHN

[ 1 ] March 14, 2016

HOPELESSLY DEVOTED TO YOU… ~ by joel martens ~ What music do you hear as the background setting for your teen/young adult years? For those of us who grew up during the ‘70s and ‘80s, the songs on the radio were offerings such as, “Midnight Blue” from Melissa Manchester, “Dancing Queen” from ABBA, “Bennie and […]

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