Tag: Perspective

BACH for the holidays …. and beyond

I have been out of the office, on vacation, since Dec. 22, and when I got back to work today and started wading through the thousands of emails in my inbox, I found one from Hank Henley, asking if we could include some...

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Banks Appointed to Citizen Police Oversight Board

On Wednesday the Houston City Council confirmed Mayor Annise Parker’s appointment of Former Houston GLBT Political Caucus President Kris Banks to the Independent Police Oversight Board.  The Oversight Board provides a way for...

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Defining Homes • Super (re)model

Remodeler Chris Sandlin says slow your roll before that redux By Jonanna Widner As a third-generation homebuilder and remodeler, it’s no surprise that Chris Sandlin opted out of a journalism career and instead chose the family...

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LSR Journal: 2 of a kind — but different

Paul Cross and Jim McCoy were single when they each started volunteering for Lone Star Ride Fighting AIDS; now as a couple, their dedication is renewed Paul Cross, left, and Jim McCoy M.M. Adjarian  |  Contributing Writer...

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Applause: Broadgay at Winspear

Lexus series adds queer event to upcoming season of musicals What’s gay about ‘Jersey Boys’? The GLBT Broadway subscriber series at the Winspear will tell you. The Lexus Broadway Series offers a muscular lineup of shows that...

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Pedaling Olives: An Evening with Michael Godard

Rock star meets high art Dallas Voice, Wisby – Smith Fine Art Gallery and Hudson Ferus Vodka present an extraordinary collection of works by Artist Michael Godard. Michael Godard, is known as the explosive “Rockstar of the...

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Fighting the normalcy bias

David Webb Gas pump sticker shock brings home some hard lessons we all need to learn DAVID WEBB  |  The Rare Reporter After months of ignoring it, sticker shock at the gas pump has finally registered in my consciousness. And...

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James Cain’s bad day

Ok, I freely admit that there is nothing “gay” about this blog post. But, well, it is such an interesting story that I couldn’t help but post it here on Instant Tea. It’s about a guy named James Cain who...

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Midterm Perspective

Pundits aren’t just blowing smoke when they tout wisdom about the party in power most always losing seats in the first post-presidential midterm dates back to around Civil War. In fact, This 124-year-old snip could run in...

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