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Supermodel Rain Dove is finding her own story

When we think of the world of fashion, we think of supermodels walking the runways in high designer style, living a life of glamour...

The best we can do is carry on

Out Of The Broomcloset I’m going to go out on a bit of a limb here, writing this column in the waning hours of...

Ryan Murphy’s “Pose” places trans actors front and center

If we can all survive as a nation until summer, Pose will be here to see us through. The latest TV series from mega-creator Ryan...

Pride Center of NJ receives corporate grant from Arup

A corporate donation has been made on behalf of Arup, in Edison, N.J., to the Pride Center of New Jersey in Highland Park. Arup...

How to get to D.C. to protest, and forget all your...

There are many protests scheduled during the inauguration. If you plan on going to D.C. to protest, here are some tips to hopefully help...

In his new book “I hope My Mother Doesn’t Read This”...

"I Hope My Mother Doesnt Read This" by Greg ScarniciFrom making music with his band Undercover to DJ'ing at The Monster for his monthly Below Tea party with Robin Byrd (last Sunday of the month from 6-10 p.m.) it's amazing that Greg had the time to write his hilarious new book I Hope My Mother Doesn't Read This.

GSE Equality Walk planned for June 21 in Montclair

GSE making historyGarden State Equality will hold its annual "Equality Walk" on Saturday, June 21 in Montclair.  The theme will be 'Taking Steps to Protect our Future,' which organizers say reflects an emphasis on strengthening our recent wins in anti-bullying and marriage equality, while continuing to push for protections for LGBT youths, seniors and the transgender community.

Out In Jersey mourns the loss of Toby Grace

News Bulletin:  All of us at Out In Jersey are sad today. Tobias Grace, one of Out In Jersey magazine's founders and editor emeritus, has...

Who was “Detroit’s” intended movie audience?

Fifty years ago this summer, an urban rebellion took place. One hundred and fifty-nine riots erupted in African American cities across the country. The...

PCNJ comedy fundraiser in Highland Park 

Interview with comedian: Jessica Kirson Jessica Kirson will perform at Highland Park High School as a fundraiser show for The Pride Center of New Jersey....