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An Interview with Ruthie Foster

Out singer/songwriter Ruthie Foster has the kind of voice that can give you chills and warm your heart at the same time. Soulful, sassy and as powerful as a transformer, it doesn’t matter if she’s singing one of her marvelous original compositions or putting her distinctive touch on a standard, the result is always a delight.

‘Moment’ by Moment

An Interview with Kristin and Desereé of Dance Loud

There are two sides to every story and that holds true in the case of “The Moment” (danceloudmusic.com), the debut 180-gram audiophile LP (also available via digital download) by Chicago-based queer electronic duo Dance Loud.

Pride Journey

Provincetown/Cape Cod

Cape Cod is known for attracting throngs of LGBTQ beach and party goers to its north-most tip, Provincetown. Having never been to P-Town, the locals found it surprising that I would visit during the winter, when the towns population is a fraction of what it is during the summer.

Pride and Protest

In these locales around the world, Pride’s primary purpose remains a protest

What started out in New York City’s Greenwich Village in June 1969 as a protest has morphed through the ensuing decades into an annual celebration and commemoration for our global LGBTQ community.

Headline acts blanket the nation

A sampling of major Pride festivals’ entertainment line-up

Across the U.S. during the month of June, big cities stage their annual Pride festivals to honor the history and celebrate what it is to have Pride.

Out! Raleigh returns for 7th annual fest on May 6

Growing festival benefits LGBT Center of Raleigh

City Plaza welcomes back the Out! Raleigh festival on May 6, an annual event benefiting the LGBT Center of Raleigh. The festival is traditionally family friendly, with a KidsZone, live entertainers, local artists and vendors, and of course, a plethora of food options to make any foodie’s mouth water.