WATCH: Another prayer vigil set for Friday as search for missing lesbian Lisa Stone continues

Looks like another prayer vigil is set for this coming Friday outside the home of Lisa Stone, a lesbian from Dallas who’s now been missing for almost two months. Stone’s home is at 3323 Truxillo St., and the vigil will be from 8 p.m. to 9 p.m. Tina Wiley, Stone’s longtime friend, reports that items will be for sale at the vigil to raise funds for the search. Also, above is a slideshow memorial Wiley put together for Stone. And below is a recent segment on Stone’s disappearance from HLN’s “Issues with Jane Velez-Mitchell,” who concludes that the case has “foul play written all over it.” For more details on Friday’s vigil and the search for Stone, stay tuned to the Facebook page. Anyone with information about the case can call Dallas police at 214-671-4316 or e-mail lookingforlisastone@yahoo.com.

—  John Wright

WATCH: From the series about local drag queens that was canned by The Dallas Morning News

We’re not sure where GLBT Dallas got ahold of this video, but we hear it’s actually been floating around YouTube for some time. Anyhow, it’s a segment that was put together by The Dallas Morning News a few years back, about Jenna Skyy, aka Joe Hoselton.

The video was slated to be part of a DMN project about drag queens in Dallas — artists who are leaders in their community — but for some strange reason the series was abruptly canned by editors.

Hoselton, who’s drag persona was not yet a household name at the time, told us a few minutes ago that he felt the video was “good and thoughtful” and “came from a good place with the journalist,” but it “sucked that DMN never ran it.”

When we asked why the newspaper canned the project, Hoselton said, “[Because] it was about them homosexuals and their immorality. … They didn’t feel it was family friendly. The journalist told me.”

Can you imagine?

—  John Wright