This spring has been a soaker. But, it will soon fade away. As the summer sun breaks in on Carolina, there will be plenty of time to bare it all in this season’s hottest and most popular swimwear brands.
After 21 years of publishing, Greensboro’s The Rhinoceros Times announced on April 30 that it was producing its last print edition.
Do you agree that Charlotte lacks a strong spirit or history of direct action and grassroots activism that can support organizations similar to ACT UP?
My “Religions and the World” class at North Carolina Central University (NCCU) — an historically black/college university (HBCU) — has drawn to another close at semester’s end.
Readers react to proposed changes to Boy Scouts policies on gays, a South Carolina non-discrimination bill and anti-LGBT comments made by a Republican staffer at the North Carolina General Assembly.
Time Out Youth (TOY) will hold its signature annual fundraiser and awareness gala, Homecoming, on June 1, 6:30 p.m., at Extravaganza Depot, 1610 N. Tryon St.
iNSIDEoUT will hold its Seventh Annual Awards Banquet & Gaiety on May 18, 5-7 p.m., at Francesca’s Dessert Cafe, 706 9th St.
The LGBT Professional Academy for Advisors, aka “Advisor Bootcamp,” will be held July 16-21 at Vanderbilt University.
AIDS Leadership Foothills-area Alliance (ALFA) held its volunteer awards reception on May 2 at Taste Full Beans Coffeehouse, 29 2nd St. NW.