Tim Brookover: Eat some spaghetti and helpTim Brookover has been the editor of OutSmart magazine, a key staffer for city councilmember Sue Lovell, and is currently president of the Houston GLBT Community Center.
He's also fighting cancer at M.D. Anderson Cancer Center, and racking up some di ... More >>
Rod Castle was the founder of the Osito Foundation.Prominent GLBT fundraiser Rod Castle died yesterday, though the cause of death has not yet been determined.
Rod Castle was co-founder and CEO of the Osito Foundation, a Houston nonprofit that donates teddy bears to children affected by HIV/A ... More >>
Sure, it's younger than Angie Dickinson, but the Immanuel Lutheran Church at 15th and Cortlandt in the Heights is still historic. (So's Angie, to Police Woman and Rat Pack fans.)"The building, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, is a wonderful example of early 20th ce ... More >>
Photo courtesy "Mary's, Naturally" ClosedMary's, the bar that many people think of as the gay bar in Houston history, is no more, a victim of unpaid rent.But there's a scramble going on to try to keep as much of the place as possible, as a way to preserve a cornerstone of Houston's gay past ... More >>
Photo by srboisvertHair Balls was very excited to read this morning's press release from City Councilwoman Sue Lovell about the War on Graffiti.Lovell, who's also vice mayor pro-tem, developed www.houstontx.gov/graffiti in order to educate folks about the different kinds of graffiti (Did you know th ... More >>