Category: Regional

Local Briefs • 03.16.12

Razzle Dazzle Dallas releases 2012 schedule, announces beneficiaries Razzle Dazzle Dallas — the gay Pride Month celebration and fundraiser on Cedar Springs —  today announced its 2012 beneficiaries and preliminary event...

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Louisiana House committee rejects gay adoption bill

Advocates say state’s ban on adoption by same-sex couples will fall in the courts eventually Associated Press BATON ROUGE, La. — A House committee has rejected a New Orleans lawmaker’s bill that would allow two unmarried,...

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Trans professor denied tenure

DENIED | Rachel Tudor, an assistant professor of English at Southeastern Oklahoma State University, believes she was denied tenure because of school administrators’ bigotry against her identity as a transgender woman. Despite...

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Memphis LGBT center struggling

From staff and wire reports MEMPHIS, Tenn. — A nonprofit center that has provided services to gays and lesbians in Memphis for 22 years is facing possible closure. Like other nonprofits struggling in the weak economy, the...

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No new leads in trans woman’s murder

Shooting death of Marcal Tye in Northeast Arkansas raises specter of string of unsolved trans murders in nearby Memphis; activists say homophobia, transphobia still rampant in states’ rural areas TAMMYE NASH  |  Senior Editor...

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A viewer’s guide to the Proposition 8 arguments

3-judge panel from 9th Circuit appeals court takes up case challenging voter-approved amendment banning same-sex marriage in California; C-SPAN will televise proceedings Lisa Keen  |  Keen News Service lisakeen@me.com THE NEXT...

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A conversation with Houston Mayor Annise Parker

Houston Mayor Annise Parker speaks during Dallas Pride on Sunday, Sept. 19. (Photo courtesy Steve Krueger) DAVID TAFFET | Staff Writer taffet@dallasvoice.com Houston Mayor Annise Parker said she was delighted to be asked to come...

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Kern supporters start slinging mud at Novotny

It appears that the mudslinging has started in the race for the District 84 seat in the Oklahoma House of Representatives, where incumbent Republican Sally Kerns of Oklahoma City is facing Democratic challenger Brittany Novotny,...

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