An Orlando gay nightclub shooting at 2am this morning has just updated the number of casualties to 50, and 53 injured. The shooter has been identified as Omar Mateen of Port St. Lucie Florida.
Asbury Park has always been the place to party for Jersey Pride Weekend, but with the event marking its 25th anniversary this year, the bashes at the bars, dance clubs, community centers and hotels around the city are sure to be even more intense.
Meet Reese, 1.5-year old shepherd mix! She is a very happy and energetic girl who loves to go for long walks with shelter volunteers, and she has very good manners on a leash. She does well around children, but she needs to be in a home where she is the only animal.
Join the New Jersey Gay Men's Chorus when they celebrate 25 years of music and memories at a special performance featuring guest appearances by former NJGMC Artistic Directors, including Richard Loatman, Steven A. Russell and founding Artistic Director Jay Kawarsky.
Did you ever wonder what it would be like to chat with Suzanne Westenhoefer at a cocktail party? What inspires her? What's her favorite food is? So many questions, so little time. Well wonder no more if you come to the VIP party on May 1.
The New Jersey AIDS Walk today announced that they are lagging behind in fundraising this year. The walk is being held on May 1, 2016 in five separate locations with thousands of people walking in solidarity throughout the state of NJ to support people living with HIV/AIDS.
Mayo Performing Arts Center in Morristown will be hosting a very special first-time LGBT outreach event in conjunction with the Kathy Griffin Live concert performance on Saturday, April 23. LGBT community members and friends are invited to a pre-show cocktail hour before the 9:30 pm show.
The Supreme Court voted 4-4 this week to uphold a decades -old ruling that threatened the continued viability of unions for workers in public sector jobs. Pride at Work said this decision will protect the rights of working people and their families." This outcome is particularly important for LGBT working people, who are disproportionately affected by workplace discrimination."
From 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.