Topics :: LGBT artists

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LA's Joyce Baron Holds "Kiss and Tell" Dating Event

LOCAL | By EDGE | Feb 2
On Sunday, February 8 in Los Angeles, blogger, writer and social entrepreneur Jayce Baron brings the first Kiss and Tell LGBT Dating and Relationship event to Downtown Independent in Los Angeles.

POBA Site Helps Preserve Legacies of Artists Lost to AIDS

PERSONAL TECH | By Winnie McCroy | Aug 28
The new online platform, POBA/Where the Arts Live, keeps alive the legacy of artists, some of whose early success was cut short in the early years of AIDS.

EDGE Editors Honor Our LGBT Heroes

By EDGE | Jun 29
In honor of Pride Month, EDGE editors were asked to profile their favorite unsung heroes of the LGBT community.

Homoquotables: Greeting Cards for "the New Normal"

HOME | By Matthew Wexler | Feb 1
Homoquotables offers romantic gay themed greeting cards that are perfect for special occasions.

Paris in the 1920s with Kiki de Montparnasse

FASHION | Dec 25
Roam the streets the Paris, overhear the plein-air conversations of the 20th century’s most respected writers and intellectuals, and watch new artistic movements emerge from the bohemian Left Bank, with the woman who knew it all: Kiki de Montparnasse.

Hanover Completes Hotel Redesign of Artists’ Paint and Ink Factory

HOME | Nov 26
The elegant red brick building built in 1906 was revolutionary in its time because of the reinforced concrete building structure which provided large bright spaces and ideal working conditions for employees.

René Gruau’s Sexy Men of Style

FASHION | Oct 10
René Gruau revolutionized the concept of masculinity in fashion advertising from the 1960s to the ’80s, depicting the modern casual, confident man with humor and sex appeal-including images of partial male nudity that were considered shocking.

Alison Moyet to Star at Manchester Pride

Aug 22
Former Yazoo star and singing legend Alison Moyet to headline Sunday night Gaydar Main Arena stage as part of the Big Weekend festival.

Virginia Homestead of Grandma Moses Named Landmark

Virginia is recognizing the Shenandoah Valley farmhouse where Grandma Moses lived briefly with her family long before she gained fame for her folk-art painting.

Philly’s LGBT Art and Music Festival, Phreak N’Queer, Returns for Second Year

Jul 6
Phreak N’ Queer was the vision of local DJ and promoter, Kate Gormley. Gormley wanted to give Philadelphians an opportunity to get back to the DIY roots of the music and art scenes and away from mainstream interpretations of these mediums.

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