Get those walking shoes out and hit the streets for the 20th Anniversary Walk for AIDS to benefit the House of Mercy on April 9, beginning at 10 a.m. at 101 Mercy Dr., at the stone shelter on the campus.
An upcoming graduate of North Carolina State University, Will Lamb embarked on creating a documentary that highlights the school’s LGBT and ally communities. Although this might not seem too remarkable, it is so for him since he is an ROTC scholar. Following his graduation in May, he’ll head to the U.S. Army Signal Corps as a commissioned officer.
The Charlotte Business Guild will bring in J.D. Lewis, owner of the Actor’s Lab of Charlotte and Los Angeles, to its monthly meeting on April 19 at 5:30 p.m. at the Lesbian & Gay Community Center, 820 Hamilton St.
ALFA’s annual Hike for Hope to benefit those affected by HIV/AIDS will be held on April 16 at Catawba Meadows Park along the Catawba River Greenway.
Music and movies are indelibly linked. So much so, in fact, that the first feature-length talkie was “The Jazz Singer”— the story of a Jewish cantor who defies his family’s religious heritage to perform popular music.
A reader from Atlanta, Ga., asks, “I’m openly gay and seeing a closeted guy for a couple of weeks. He hasn’t even kissed me yet. Am I wasting my time?”
We can fall head over heels for just another pretty face, especially when Neptune enters Pisces and conjuncts Venus. Will it be just another fling once the dust settles or will it be something much more? Let’s guess.