From Grappler to Golden Boy: Misadventures of the Gay Boy in the World of Semi-Pro Wrestling is a semi-autobiographical, half fantastical journey through the career of a mythical gay semi-pro wrestler.
Marriage equality is about to become the law of the land in Delaware – the state Senate just passed the landmark legislation by a vote of 12-9! Governor Jack Markell will sign the bill into law later today.
Set to on of Prokofiev's most riveting scores, this production will showcase Artistic Director James Canfield's unseen talent for transforming text into dance. Now, for an unforgettable season finale, the Nevada Ballet brings one of The Bard's most beloved tales to life just in time for Mother's day Weekend.
NCAVP Deeply Concerned About Three Unsolved Homicides of Black Transgender Women in the Month of April, 2013; Calls for Thorough Investigation in all Cases
May, 2012, QVegas was proud o acknowledge FreeZone, one of the community’s most treasured clubs. A month before that article FreeZone’s owner, Kaye Taylor, turned over the business to PJ Brazier and Kaye’s son, Russ Taylor. Now, just past the one-year anniversary of that changeover, FreeZone is seeing another wealth of growth and change.
Kenny Kerr: Uncle Sam wants everyone
by Earl Dax, Bugle Staff Writer
In the Journal of Popular Culture Jill Dolan writes that, “burlesque comedy generally used minorities...as the butt of it’s jokes. If the humor was reassuring, the fears it assuaged were those of the dominant [straight] white male majority.” How poetically just, then, that Kenny Kerr’s Boy-lesque should derive from the burlesque tradition while simultaneously moving it’s audiences toward greater acceptance and tolerance of human differences.
Call him the Gangster of Love. Call him Maurice. You can even call him The Joker or Space Cowboy. Everybody knows that Steve Miller speaks the pompitus of love. Miller's broad appeal crosses boundaries, from headlining the 2011 opening of the new $2.5 million TV home of Austin City Limits to collaborating with country superstar Kenny Chesney on the Country Music Television special, "Crossroads."