What makes you most proud of Charlotte?
As many as 3,000 mourners paid final tribute on Aug. 8 to civil rights attorney Julius Chambers, a man remembered as an “extraordinary drum major for justice” who changed lives in Charlotte and across the country.
Nineteen-year-old transgender singer-songwriter and motivational speaker Ryan Cassata will speak with local LGBTQ youth on Aug. 23, 6:30 p.m., at Time Out Youth Center at Holy Trinity Lutheran Church, 1900 The Plaza.
An end-of-summer fundraising party, “Wines of the World,” will be held on Aug. 24, 7 p.m., at the Municipal Club, 200 Country Club Blvd.
The City of Raleigh Museum presented “The LGBT History of Raleigh” at a gathering at the LGBT Center of Raleigh, 411 Hillsborough St., on Aug. 9.
Well, summer is rapidly coming to an end. The school year is almost here, summer vacations have come and gone and Christmas is only four months away.
Grab your cocktail, sweetie, and sit right down at your computer to vote for your favorite and best Queen City LGBT nightlife, community leaders, non-profit groups, friendly businesses and more, because voting is now open for the 2013 QList, Best of Charlotte.
Mars in Cancer consolidates and considers action carefully. This is good. It gets you ready for the next step. So, prepare for when Mars enters Leo later this month and you pick up steam to forge ahead. You’re learning a thing or two. Show ‘em what for.
A reader asks: “For the past two months, I’ve been dating two men whom I really like. One is fun and exciting, the other quiet and charming. I can’t decide which one to keep! What do you think?”