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“LGBTQ of Steel” Reflects Queer Community’s Strength

They say a picture is worth a thousand words. Picture this: A group of LGBTQ individuals who bravely and without hesitation overcame unimaginable obstacles that threatened to hold them back, block their path, and completely destroy their lives. These powerful individuals have bared their souls, all of...

Los Angeles LGBT Center Receives $25,000 from National Endowment for the Arts

The Los Angeles LGBT Center has been awarded a $25,000 Arts Works grant from the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) benefiting art education programs tailored to LGBT seniors. Over the course of 18 months, Reflections of a Lifetime courses will provide seniors with opportunities and tools to share...

LGBTQ+ Theatre Festival Looks at Intersectionality of Oppression

After a hugely successful sold out run last year, CASA 0101 Theater is proud to present the fifth season of BROWN & OUT FEST, A Festival of 11 World Premiere Short Plays and One Original Short Transgender Film Celebrating the LBGTQ LatinXperience. This groundbreaking...

‘Deconstrucción’ of Gender at MOLAA

It started with an idea. A commemorative project to celebrate Argentinian Independence anniversary, artists Chiachio and Giannone didn’t expect to create the world largest rainbow flag. But they did. Featured in the Long Beach Pride parade in May, the rainbow flag is a fabric...

“Killer Unicorn” Film Slays in LA

Danny is your average Brooklyn party boy. This year, he and his friends couldn’t be more excited about the upcoming “Brooklyn Annual Enema Party”; one of Brooklyn’s biggest party events! While the night starts out fun, it quickly takes a turn when Danny is attacked by a...

Queer Poetry to Pay the Rent

By Melanie Camp It started as an experiment. Brian Sonia-Wallace wanted to see if he could pay his rent through poetry. From here, his journey as Rent Poet began. Working with numerous social justice and arts non-profits since college, in...

4/20 Reasons Not to Drink at LA Pride

It’s LA Pride weekend, and for many local gays that means one thing: Day Drinking.  You know the drill: Wake up, drink, eat, drink, hang out with friends, drink, watch the parade while drinking, brunch, drink, drink, go to the festival and drink, drink,...

Rogue Machine Returns To Venice For A New Season of Live Entertainment

Rogue Machine is back on the Westside at the Electric Lodge, located in Venice just off of Abbot Kinney. Planning their stay for an entire season this time, the multi-award winning company will be offering unique live entertainment in the way of five new plays never before...

WeHo Mayor D’Amico’s Favorite Part of Pride Weekend

Nothing short of traditions, LA Pride is almost here, bringing together old faces and new friends. Sworn in as mayor on May 13. John D’Amico will experience the Pride seasom for the first time as the mayor of West Hollywood.  Always a jovial time for the City,...

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