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Print Edition 2014-11-21 – Page 2 – QNotes

Artist looks to queer traditional homecoming

Texas native, visiting Davidson professor explores what traditions mean to LGBT youth

Few emotions demand declaration quite like young love. It is practically all you can think about when you’re under its influence and you can’t help wanting everyone to know how you feel.

A time for thanksgiving and support

Staff Commentary

Thanksgiving and the rest of the holiday season is right around the corner. Soon, we’ll be entering a whole new year. As we wrap up 2014 and prepare to head into 2015, it’s always comforting to take a break and reflect on the things that make us truly thankful.

Timing, patience and prayer win out

Spiritual Reflections

Three years ago, I was given a lay off letter. I was hysterical, bitter and confused. I questioned God about the timing of my misfortune and spent many days and nights depressed. Nothing seemed to make sense to me and I felt that God had forgotten me.

Macximus: Giving back and educating others

Dishing with Buff Faye

Two all beef patties, special sauce, lettuce, cheese, pickles, onions on a sesame seed bun. Yeah, that’s right. For this month’s drag column, I spoke to Mac or as I like to refer “Big Mac.” He loves him some Buff Faye (of course) — and was eager to sit down for some fixings at my favorite gayborhood diner Dish.

Charlotte: Chorus gets ghostly for concert

Carolinas News Notes

One Voice Chorus will present their annual holiday performance, “Ghosts of Christmas Past,” on Dec. 5 and 6, 7:30 p.m., at the Unitarian Universalist Church of Charlotte, 234 N. Sharon Amity Rd.

Western: Quilt showcased

Carolinas News Notes

An AIDS Memorial Quilt display opening reception will be held on Nov. 24, 6 p.m., at the Renaissance Hotel, 31 Woodfin St.