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Pride Month: Putting the T in LGBT

2 years ago by Sam Byrd
Michael Lynn identifies as transgender. Her story is one of learning to ignore what society tells her to do and instead listen to her inner voice. She finds value in living her truth as exactly the person she was born to be - a career woman working in a high rise in the big city.
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Pride Month: Putting the B in LGBT

2 years ago by Sam Byrd
Jeremy Dotson identifies as bisexual. His story is one of misconception and struggle but also of happiness and "finding his tribe."
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Pride Month: Putting The L In LGBT

2 years ago by Sam Byrd
As someone who didn't find many safe places for queer women of color, Kendra Walker took the fight into her own hands and created Lesbians of Color. This is her story.
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Pride Month: Putting the G in LGBT in Houston

2 years ago by Sam Byrd
June is pride month, and this year marks the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall riots, often regarded as the tipping point in the modern gay rights movement. The Houston Press met with members of the LGBTQ+ community to learn more about their experiences as being part of this group. These are their stories.
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With June Comes Pride Month. And A Host Of Celebrations in Houston.

3 years ago by Sam Byrd
Houston will celebrate June's Pride Month with a litany of celebrations. This is the short list of all the places you'll want to be.
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Houston's Madeline The Person Represents a New Generation of Breakthrough Artists

12 days ago by Jesse Sendejas Jr.
Whenever a recording artist signs a major label deal, it’s big news. If the artist is from Houston, there’s some hometown pride added to the celebration. But, the recent signing of Houston’s own Madeline The Person by Warner Records isn’t just exciting, it’s also an indication of how the music...
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Gay Pride Month Sashays Through Town and Serves Up Lesson in History

5 years ago by Sam Byrd
Why do we have Gay Pride Parades? Because we can, darling! The Houston Gay Pride Parade is sashaying through Downtown Houston, and it’s bringing all its rainbow-flavored fun with it. The annual event is nothing short of show-stopping. In total, the day’s festivities include a Pride Festival, a parade, and...
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Openings and Closings: Local Foods Market Opens Next Week, Messina Hof Lands in Richmond

3 months ago by Lorretta Ruggiero
Local Foods Market, 2424 Dunstan, opens February 16 in the former benjy's restaurant. Benjy's closed in March 2020 to make way for the new concept. It was the last remaining location for owner Benjy Levit's namesake restaurant. Now, Levit's focus has turned to his Local Foods empire which currently has...
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Eldorado Nights: A Visual Tribute And Celebration

3 months ago by Gladys Fuentes
A building is more than its structure; it houses the stories and vibrations of its past dwellers and they should be celebrated and preserved.  Every Saturday in the month of February visual arts installation Eldorado Nights will celebrate Houston's famed Eldorado Ballroom.  The historic ballroom was once the city’s premier...
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Openings and Closings: Lucille's Hospitality Launches, Kanpai Club Opens

3 months ago by Lorretta Ruggiero
Lucille's Hospitality Group, the new endeavor from Houston chef Chris Williams, is on track to produce four new restaurant and lifestyle concepts by 2022. Williams, known for his restaurant Lucille's in the Museum District, has launched the venture as a tribute to his grandmother, Lucille B. Smith, who not only...

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