Tag: castro district

Transitioning

Need some beach reads this weekend to take you from summer to fall? Try a trans memoir and E. Lynn Harris’ parting potboiler BETWEEN TWO WORLDS | Krieger’s memoir tracks his passage from Nina to Nick. Maybe you’ve always hated...

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Beach reads

Looking for good summer books with a gay twist? We’ve got you covered Miguel’s Secret Journal by A.V. Zeppa In this debut novel by recently out author A.V. Zeppa, a teacher of English and music at Hostos-Lincoln Academy in New...

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Q Cinema announces festival winners

Gun Hill Road, a drama about a Latino man coping with his child coming out as trans (above), won the best overall features award from Q Cinema. The Dallas Voice Audience Choice Award went to eCupid, a comedy about an online...

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A Brief History of the Sisterhood

RETURN TO COVER STORY • 1979: On Easter weekend three men in nun habits walk through San Francisco’s Castro District to protest problems in the gay community. Other manifestations take place later that year at a softball game, a...

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Lightning strikes again

Tim Seelig felt blessed to lead the chorale for 20 years. But he begins a new stage of his life and career outside Texas with his post at the San Francisco Gay Men’s Chorus ARNOLD WAYNE JONES  | jones@dallasvoice.com PICKING UP...

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