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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

1 year 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

1 year 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

1 year 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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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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4 Hard Truths the Democrats Have to Face About the Election

22 days ago by Jef Rouner
While the election of Joe Biden to the presidency is a call for celebration after four years of corruption, lies, and incompetency, the Democratic Party got some rude awakenings this cycle. The left just wouldn’t be the left if we didn’t immediately pick our scabs and drop them into our...
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Openings and Closings: Casa Do Brasil Opens, Pier 6 Debuts, Fat Cat Expands

28 days ago by Lorretta Ruggiero
Pier 6 Seafood and Oyster House, 113 6th, opened November 5 in San Leon. The waterside restaurant comes from Raz Halili, owner of Prestige Oysters. Halili is a second generation oysterman and first generation American. Helming the kitchen will be renowned executive chef, Joe Cervantes, most recently executive chef at...
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Mick Box Celebrates 50 Years of Uriah Heep with a Big Box! [UPDATED]

29 days ago by Bob Ruggiero
It’s not every person who can literally hold their life’s work in their hands. But that’s what exactly happened with Uriah Heep guitarist Mick Box when he recently unpacked the band’s massive, career-spanning box set 50 Years in Rock (BMG). “I was overjoyed, and it was an honest emotional reaction...
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With Massive Blood Drives on Hold Because of COVID-19, Smaller-Scaled Affairs Scramble to Fill the Need

2 months ago by Schaefer Edwards
Donating blood used to be a popular, low-hanging fruit way to give back to the community during pre-pandemic times — if you aren’t scared of needles, that is — but like so many other public traditions, COVID-19 has thrown the good old-fashioned blood drive to the wayside. Gone are the...

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