Oak Lawn Library seeking submissions for 10th annual Art Show

Dallas skyline poster in editable vector file.For the past decade, Oak Lawn Library Friends has conducted a Dallas-based art show and exhibition, seeking works by its supporters for a juried display of pieces that reflect a theme. This year’s theme — simply called “Dallas” — welcomes submissions in six categories: Painting, drawing, print, mixed media, water color and photography. If you have any works that fit in with those, and want to let the gayborhood see your talent — have your pieces (ready for hanging, no more than 36×36 inches, and new to the event — maximum of three pieces per artist) prepared at set. Submission day is Saturday, Oct. 1, from 2–4 p.m. at the Oak Lawn Library, and the exhibit will be up from Oct. 3–29. A panel of experts will present awards for best in show, as well as first place, second place and honorable mention in each category. Good luck!

—  Arnold Wayne Jones

Jane Lynch, aka Sue Sylvester, strikes a pose on the aisle with her longtime girlfriend

JaneLynch as SueSylvesterJane Lynch, the openly gay actress who has become a pop culture sensation as the villainous cheerleading coach Sue Sylvester on the hit series “Glee,” has wed her longtime girlfriend, The Sun reports. Lynch, who has appeared in TV shows like “The L Word” and “Two and a Half Men,” and in films like “Best in Show,” hit a new level in her career on the series as the prickly head of the Cherrios, who seeks to sabotage the glee club every week. Despite her tribute video to Madonna, Sue is straight, but Lynch isn’t.

Lynch and her partner, Dr. Lara Embry, were married in Massachusetts, where same-sex unions are legal.siteузнать тиц

—  Arnold Wayne Jones