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First Look: DJ Joe Gauthreaux Releases "By Felicia" Video

MUSIC | By EDGE | Aug 28
DJ Joe Gauthreaux, a favorite of the gay club and circuit party scene released the video for his debut hit single "Bye Felicia," which is currently #5 on the Billboard Dance Charts.

Haviland Stillwell Creates a "Spark"

CELEBRITIES | By Winnie McCroy | May 5
Actor, singer and celesbian Haviland Stillwell drops her new dance album "Spark" today, and she wants to share the heat with you!

Elton John Founds Frankie Knuckles HIV Fund

MUSIC | By Winnie McCroy | Apr 25
In honor of legendary late DJ Frankie Knuckles, "The Godfather of House Music," Sir Elton John has announced that he will establish the Frankie Knuckles Fund, to support HIV information, testing and treatment.

Frankie Knuckles, RIP

MUSIC | By Cornelius Washington | Apr 13
In the world of music, more change came in the past 50 years than in the preceding 150. The man who merged all the popular genres into a timeless art-form was Frankie Knuckles.

"Queer as Folk" Singer Pepper MaShay Does Charity Concert for Life Group LA

LOCAL | By Winnie McCroy | Feb 20
Recording artist Pepper MaShay of "Queer as Folk" dance music fame is staging her one-woman show, "Both Sides Now," in Los Angeles on February to benefit The Life Group LA.

Ballroom Beats Bullying for Harlem Youth, To Benefit AIDS Walk

HIV/AIDS | By Giovannah Philippeaux | Apr 13
GMHC’s new Step+Walk+Dance event helped prevent bullying among Harlem youth, while also raising funds for the upcoming AIDS Walk New York.

Divers/Cité :: Montréal’s Music and Love Festival

MUSIC | By Mark Thompson | Aug 9
Few festivals are more aptly named than Divers/Cité, Montréal’s weeklong party at the end of July that celebrates music and art amidst one of the more diverse populations in all of North America.

Virulently Homophobic Singers Banned from U.S.

NATIONAL | By Kilian Melloy | Apr 5
A handful of Jamaican dancehall artists have had their U.S, visas canceled and will reportedly not be coming into the country.

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