Brussels is very international and sophisticated

Out Of Town As the headquarters of NATO and the European Union, Brussels ranks among the most international and sophisticated cities in the world....

Judge Says No to Hate!

By Sam Martino Protest signs reading “straight not narrow,” to “gays on strike blow out your own damned hair,” were on proud display in...

Celebrating the Gay Caribbean

Ms. Trinidad and Tobago won the 2nd Gay Caribbean Pageant in a well-organized and executed pageant.  As Tyra Ross, the co-host announced the points standing, to loud...

Parents are as ignorant as the School Board

It was another anti-gay and bigoted turn of events in Louisiana. Constance McMillen, whose Louisiana High School Prom was cancelled because she wanted to attend with...

Oscar Wilde classic deserves the most enthusiastic praise

Theater Review: The Importance of Being Earnest The Ritz Theater Company's production of this Oscar Wilde classic deserves the most enthusiastic praise. The theater...

Activists protest New York funding cuts for homeless youth

lgbt homeless youth Lambda Legal photoNew York, a city that symbolizes wealth and power the world over and is home to Wall Street wizards who regularly bank incomes of legendary proportions, is also home to thousands of street kids, a disproportionate number of whom are gay. Drawn by the allure of the Big Apple, destitute children from all over the country somehow find their way to New York, only to discover that its cold streets and bright lights do not offer solutions to their problems.

The String Orchestra of New York City has established itself as...

The Seton Hall Arts Council kicked off their 2010-2011Classic Concert Series season with a performance from the String Orchestra of New York City. They played...

Celebrating the Winter Olympics & WinterPride in Vancouver and Whistler

Out of Town British Columbia’s star city, Vancouver, and most famous ski town, Whistler, are hosting the Winter Olympics and Paralympics in early 2010,...

Losing sight: A glance back at AIDS, thirty years into the...

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It's 2011!

Spring is in the air. What's also in the air is the specter that this year we will celebrate thirty years of the planet's time with HIV and AIDS. Thirty years! Many things have changed in the way we look at the virus, the disease it causes, and the pandemic itself. The truth is that AIDS is not only a medical disease (or problem), but also a socioeconomical one, a financial one and, indeed, a cultural one. 

Remembering Two-Spirits this Thanksgiving

commentary.As I prepare for the Thanksgiving holiday, I am reminded of the autumnal harvest time's spiritual significance. At a time of connectedness, I pause...