Tag: remembrance

At Day of Remembrance tears give way to hope

Houstonians observed the Transgender Day of Remembrance last Saturday night at Farish Hall on the University of Houston Campus. Organized by the Houston Transgender Unity Committee, the memorial service recognized those across...

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Best Bets • 11.04.11

Friday 11.04 Coma tones Our favorite San Antonio lesbi-centric rock trio is back. Girl in a Coma are on the road supporting their fourth album, Exits and All the Rest. Fusing rock, punk and Tejano, GIAC has stayed true to its...

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Local briefs • 10.14.11

RCD hosts ‘The 5 Factor’ Resource Center Dallas, in partnership with Dallas Modern Luxury, presents the third annual “The 5 Factor” event on Thursday, Oct. 20, at eM the venue by Marc, 1500 Dragon St. in Dallas. “The 5 Factor”...

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Scenes from First Wednesday

The DFW Sisters light the Christmas Tree on the patio of TMC. There was plenty going on last night, from a World AIDS Day event at the Cathedral of Hope to the North Texas GLBT Chamber of Commerce’s Holiday Mixer at...

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Black Friday Remembrance

When most hear the term Black Friday, many think of this being the semi-official first shopping day of the holiday season. For me, Black Friday has a second meaning…a year ago Black Friday, my friend Christine died by...

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Vigils planned in wake of 4 gay-bullying suicides

Asher Brown Vigils are reportedly being planned around the country for the weekend of Oct. 9-10 to honor and remember the four youth who’ve recently committed suicide in response to anti-gay bullying and harassment. Those...

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