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Kylie Golden Tour 2019 Sydney
After her mardi gras appearance the 'gay icon' and 'Princess of pop' was back on home turf with a sold out night. She didn't mess around straight in with 'Get Outta My Way', 'InYour Eyes' and a blasting 'Better The Devil You know'.
Kylie Sydney Pride 2019
Craig is on his travels and being in the land of Oz he thought it would be remiss to not visit Sydney Pride, he has selflessly decided to share some of the delights! The event was opened by a surprise appearance from the Queen of pop Kylie who performed in...
Safety first this July 4thNew signs remind beachgoers of the changes in store this holiday weekend. (Photo by John Bator) Independence Day calls for more unity than ever this year. All of us at the Delaware beaches — from real estate to retail and especially restaurants and hospitality — are trying to navigate summer in the wake of COVID-19. The...
Global Pride draws more than 57 million viewers276 Shares Former Vice President Joe Biden is among those who participated in Global Pride. (Screen capture via YouTube) More than 57 million people viewed the first-ever Global Pride event, a 24-hour virtual program created in light of mass Pride festival cancellations worldwide because of the coronavirus pandemic. The June 27 event’s headliners included...
Peter Thiel abandoning Trump?131 Shares Peter Thiel is reportedly distancing himself from President Trump. (Washington Blade file photo by Michael Key) Gay billionaire Peter Thiel reportedly thinks President Trump can’t win re-election and is distancing himself from the campaign, multiple media outlets reported this weekend. Thiel thinks Trump’s campaign is doomed because the economy will remain in a major recession this...
Flashy returns July 11ShareTweetEmailShare (Image via Facebook) Gay dance party Flashy Home Edition is Saturday, July 11 from 9:30 p.m.-12:30 a.m. via livestream. DC9 will host. DJs TWiN and Sean Morris will spin. It’s free. Links are available at facebook.com/flashydc.  Published at Fri, 03 Jul 2020 19:03:40 +0000
Classic queer novel ‘Olivia’ gets deserved reissue(Image courtesy Penguin Classics) ‘Olivia’By Dorothy StracheyPenguin ClassicsJune 9$15128 pages There’s breakfast in bed on your birthday, the text break-up, the great Valentine’s Day date and the night when your romantic partner prefers binge-watching Netflix to having sex. But nothing leaves you so blissed out, yet so sucker-punched as your first crush. Especially if you’re...
State Department human rights bureau acknowledges Pride month219 Shares (Photo by Hai Yang via Flickr) The State Department’s Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights and Labor on Monday publicly acknowledged Pride month. “The U.S. stands in solidarity with human rights defenders working around the world to protect fundamental freedoms of LGBTI persons and communities,” it said in a tweet. “All people are...
A less spectacular 4th in Rehoboth BeachThe Purple Parrot is open in Rehoboth and observing strict social distancing protocols. (Photo by John Bator) Delaware Gov. John Carney on Tuesday announced the state will remain in Phase 2 and ordered the closure of beach bars this weekend amid a rise in coronavirus cases in the state. “We’ve seen several clusters...
House approves bill to designate Pulse nightclub a national memorial905 Shares The makeshift memorial at the Pulse nightclub in Orlando, Fla., on May 31, 2020 (Washington Blade photo by Michael K. Lavers) The U.S. House of Representatives on Friday approved a bill that would designate the Pulse nightclub as a national memorial. A press release that U.S. Reps. Darren Soto, Val Demings, and...
Activists in Black Trans March call for justice101 Shares Black trans activists and allies march and ride in a caravan through the streets of Washington, D.C. on June 26, 2020. (Washington Blade photo by Michael Key) Activists from No Justice No Pride, HIPS and Baltimore Safe Haven organized a march and caravan to celebrate the lives and efforts of Black transgender...
Baltimore’s Night Shift 2.0 closes permanentlyNight Shift 2.0 won’t reopen following the coronavirus shutdown. (Photo by Ed Gunts) When LGBTQ bars and nightclubs were allowed to reopen in Baltimore this month, one club didn’t come back. The managers of Night Shift 2.0, the East Baltimore club created last summer by former staffers of the Baltimore Eagle, have decided to close...
Logo’s Pride Live event is June 26(Photo by Hai Yang via Flickr) Pride Live will present its third annual Stonewall Day online Friday, June 26 from 12:45-3 p.m. It’s a virtual fundraising event to raise funds for LGBT organizations affected by COVID-19 such as Trans Lifeline, Brave Space Alliance, the TransLatin Coalition and The Ally Coalition. Former President Barack...
Trump hosts Poland’s anti-LGBTQ president at White HousePolish President Andrzej Duda President Trump on Wednesday met with the anti-LGBTQ president of Poland at the White House. Two senior administration officials who briefed reporters on Tuesday said NATO and economic ties between Poland and the U.S. were among the topics that Trump and Andrzej Duda planned to discuss. Duda is the first head of state...
Good time to buy a new car?Hyundai Kona Amid the pandemic and protests against systemic racism, the roller-coaster economy continues on its wild ride. It’s hard to even think about writing a car column that is relevant to the moment. Yet vehicles are a major necessity for so many of us, whether first responders, volunteers or anyone making a grocery...
Reflecting on Capital Pride(Washington Blade archive photos) Rome wasn’t built in a day and neither was Capital Pride. Here’s some context for each decade of our local celebration.  The street party ‘70s Gay Pride Day in 1975 was a block party. (Washington Blade archive photo by anonymous) Deacon Maccubbin, owner of gay bookstore Lambda Rising (which closed in 2010), started what has become Capital Pride in 1975 with...
Bowser approves ‘Phase 2’ reopening, easing coronavirus restrictionsMayor Bowser’s new order eases more restrictions effective Monday, June 22. (Washington Blade photo by Lou Chibbaro, Jr.) D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser announced on Friday that she has issued an order effective on Monday, June 22, putting in place the city’s Phase 2 reopening guidelines that further ease restrictions on public gatherings and...
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