Posts tagged "LGBTQ"
Frida: Stroke of Passion

Frida: Stroke of Passion

F By Michel Khordoc The story that peels the cover up and reveals what or who killed Frida Kahlo, Mexico’s most controversial artist, and one of the world’s most famous painters. Award-winning playwright Odalys Nanin brings back by popular demand the critically acclaimed production of Frida: Stroke Of Passion. The renowned playwright and award-winning director...
Holiday Gift Guide: 2019 Edition

Holiday Gift Guide: 2019 Edition

Holiday Gift Guide: 2019 Edition By Ethan Thorpe If you are like most people you haven’t given the holidays much thought. Granted the reminders have been in the stores since before Halloween, pumpkin carving kits right next to Christmas tree ornaments. Although it may not feel like it, but the holiday season is upon us...
The Holidays…From a Queens Point of View

The Holidays…From a Queens Point of View

It may not feel like it but, like it or not the holidays are just around the corner. With that in mind we wanted to bring you a bit of holiday fabulousity, fierceness, & fun and what better way to do that but by hearing from a few members of Palm Springs Drag Royalty and...
Stonewall

Stonewall

Stonewall: “Where Pride Began” By Justin Tiller We remember the uprising at the Stonewall Inn in Greenwich Village, as what sparked the modern LGBT rights movement in the U.S. In the early hours of June 28, 1969, New York City police raided the Stonewall Inn, a gay club located in Greenwich Village in New York...
Ji Strangeway

Ji Strangeway

Visual Artist, Poet & Filmmaker, Ji Strangeway By Michel Khordoc Visual Artist, Poet & Filmmaker, Ji Strangeway offers a raw and realistic take on the teenage experience for LGBTQ youth in new graphic novel “Red As Blue” With a unique, genre-bending style that is sometimes lyrical, sometimes sharp as a razor’s edge, and always engaging;...
Palm Springs Pride 2017

Palm Springs Pride 2017

Viva La Vida By Ron deHarte   Welcome to Palm Springs Pride 2017! We kick off this season of Pride under the worldwide theme of Viva la Vida.  Live life… and celebrate that you live life as you please. Shout VIVA LA VIDA… yours, mine, ours… And celebrate that we feel alive, alive because we...
The Center

The Center

The Center: What’s it all About The Center creates a vibrant community by helping LGBTQ people along their way, in Coachella Valley and visitors of all ages, totaling nearly 56,000 client visits annually. A thriving, community-based organization, The Center provides a safe and supportive environment for members to enjoy wellness, educational, support and social programming...
Somebody to Love

Somebody to Love

Always Overbooked By Terri Schlichenmeyer   Last year was a particularly rough one.   Every time you open a newspaper or turned on the computer or TV, it seemed as though someone – a Hollywood actor, singer, or stage performer you liked – had died. Even now, whether it was six months, a year or,...