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Black Tie Dinner hands out $1.142M

Lemons stepping up as 2012-13 co-chair; Duncan joins staff as development director Tammye Nash  |  Senior Editor nash@dallasvoice.com Officials with the 2011 Black Tie Dinner on Thursday night, Dec. 15, distributed a total of...

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Lucky ticket

AND THE WINNER IS  |  Paul Van de Vyver, who bought the winning ticket for the two-door 2012 C250 Mercedes Coupe at this year’s Black Tie Dinner, picks up his new car on Friday, Nov. 18 at Park Place Mercedes on Lemmon Avenue....

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‘We must make noise’

Speaking at Black Tie Dinner, deaf activist and actress Marlee Matlin urges LGBT community to never give up the fight CLICK HERE TO VIEW PHOTOS FROM BLACK TIE CLICK HERE TO WATCH VIDEO FROM BLACK TIE TAMMYE NASH  |  Senior...

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PwC’s LGBT employees coming to Dallas for summit

Out Professional Employee Network to discuss best practices and personal branding at two-day summit in Dallas DAVID TAFFET  |  Staff Writer taffet@dallasvoice.com Human Rights Campaign sponsor PricewaterhouseCoopers is holding a...

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Lynch, pinned

Jane Lynch has elevated the calm, withering quip to high art. Whether plying her craft in Christopher Guest mockumentaries like Best in Show or A Mighty Wind, or feature films like Talladega Nights and The 40-Year-Old Virgin,...

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Putting the final touches on Black Tie

Co-chairs hoping for banner year as fundraiser marks its 30th year TAMMYE NASH  |  Senior Editor nash@dallasvoice.com With two weeks left to go before the annual Black Tie Dinner, organizers are busy putting the finishing...

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Chard nominated to education board

Openly gay SMU dean faces Senate confirmation hearing to earn spot in Obama administration DAVID TAFFET  |  Staff Writer taffet@dallasvoice.com Openly gay Southern Methodist University Dean David Chard has been nominated to the...

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Celebration Church kicks off capital campaign

Church campus will add space for meetings, dinners, recreational facilities, gardens, columbarium Carol West DAVID TAFFET  |  Staff Writer taffet@dallasvoice.com Celebration Community Church in Fort Worth kicked off a $1.3...

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Couple pledges $2M to RCD

Donation tagged to help pay for construction of center’s new facilities Cece Cox DAVID TAFFET  |  Staff Writer taffet@dallasvoice.com In what has been described as the second-largest gift ever given to an LGBT organization by a...

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Jesuit students help out with No Tie Dinner

One of the perks of living in the area known as Greenway Crest — even if it’s just a guesthouse — is that I receive the Park Cities version of The Dallas Morning News’ Neighbors Go section. Needless to say,...

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Black Tie 2011 set to ‘Shine’

Nan Arnold and Chris Kouvelis Co-chairs announce theme for this year’s event, say more changes will be unveiled soon TAMMYE NASH  |  Senior Editor nash@dallasvoice.com Black Tie co-chairs Nan Arnold and Chris Kouvelis this week...

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Leppert’s DOMA comment was a slap in the face

Lorie Burch LORIE BURCH  |  Chairwoman, North Texas GLBT Chamber of Commerce As chairwoman of the North Texas GLBT Chamber of Commerce, I am disappointed with Mayor Tom Leppert’s recent statements denouncing the Obama...

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Drawing Dallas

Who’s going to the Super Bowl in style? Packers fans Evan, Mavis May MARK STOKES  | Illustrator mark@markdrawsfunny.com Name and age: Mavis May, 44 Occupation: Bartender, insurance agent and basketball coach Spotted: Bartending...

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Cox named to board of Women’s Foundation

Cece Cox From Staff Reports editor@dallasvoice.com Cece Cox, executive director of Resource Center Dallas, has been named to a three-year term on the board of directors of the Dallas Women’s Foundation. The appointment is...

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BTD beneficiary applications begin Feb. 1

30TH ANNIVERSARY | Nan Arnold and Ron Guillard chaired the 2010 Black Tie Dinner that distributed more than $1 million to 20 beneficiaries. Organizers promise more announcements are coming soon about 30th annual dinner From...

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