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PHOTOS: AIDS Walk South Dallas draws more than 200

The reorganized AIDS Walk South Dallas attracted 201 walkers on Saturday. The event attracted 17 sponsors and 24 vendors that distributed information about services available around the community. HIV testing was available at the staging grounds at St. Philips School.

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12 ways to celebrate Black History Month

Queer-specific events • Third Annual Marlon Riggs Film Festival: Friday, Feb. 17 marks the first day of Fahari Arts Institute’s Third Annual Marlon Riggs Film Festival, presented in cooperation with The South Dallas Cultural...

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Dems seek supermajority on Commissioners Court

LGBT ally Theresa Daniel among those vying for Dickey’s seat DAVID TAFFET  |  Staff Writer taffet@dallasvoice.com Stonewall Democrats President Omar Narvaez thinks Democrats have an excellent chance of picking up a fourth seat...

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Queer locals of 2011

As we crown our local LGBT Person of the Year on the front page, over here in Life+Style we’ve been thinking about the locals who we will forever relate to helping define 2011 from the standpoint of entertainment and culture....

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Abounding Prosperity receives $1.7 million grant

South Dallas prevention organization targets population hardest hit by new HIV infections DAVID TAFFET  |  Staff Writer taffet@dallasvoice.com Abounding Prosperity, a South Dallas-based AIDS education organization, has been...

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Two men arrested in 2010 shooting

Tull recognized attackers when TV news broadcast their photos following their arrests for a June murder in Oak Cliff Doug Tull DAVID TAFFET  |  Staff Writer taffet@dallasvoice.com As Doug Tull recovers from what he hopes will be...

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Demolition complete at new AIDS Arms clinic

Heavy equipment completing demolition at the new AIDS Arms clinic on Sunset Avenue in Oak Cliff. Construction on AIDS Arms’ new Oak Cliff clinic on Sunset Street is progressing on schedule. AIDS Arms Executive Director Raeline...

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Live-blogging tonight’s election results

UPDATE: Early voting results from Dallas are here. I’m here at the Instant Tea Brewery, David Taffet is doing his best watch party pub crawl, and Tammye Nash is keeping an eye on things over in Tarrant County. Together...

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Weekly Best Bets

Friday 03.18 Footes won’t fail you now Honoring the Texas playwright, the theater community unites for the first Horton Foote Festival. The fest kicks off with DTC’s Dividing the Estate. but even a touch of gay can be found with...

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Abounding Prosperity promotes HIV prevention

DAVID TAFFET  |  Staff Writer taffet@dallasvoice.com Abounding Prosperity will launch its new initiative, “Dallas Taking Control,” at a town hall meeting that will be held next week in conjunction with the first South Dallas...

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Marlon Riggs Film Festival continues this weekend

Back in black Filmmaker Marlon Riggs changed the face of black gay America with his monumental film Tongues Untied. The 1989 documentary was controversial, but his legacy endured. Two decades later, the Fahari Arts Institute...

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Gay DISD cop among few out male officers

Although Jeremy Liebbe is 100 percent out, he declined to be photographed for this story because he does undercover work. Jeremy Liebbe serves as co-commander for major Oak Lawn events and is a board member at Youth First Texas...

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