Arts & Entertainment

We are all Allison Janney

Posted: February 16th, 2018 | Featured, Interviews, Q Syndicate | No Comments

Allison Janney shares many of your concerns, like, what’s up with the president’s wild contradictions and flat-out lies? And what will happen to the LGBTQ community under his administration? And, of course, something we’ve all wondered from time to time

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Mardi Gras on the move

Posted: February 2nd, 2018 | Arts & Entertainment, Featured | No Comments

While many neighborhoods and cities are putting their Mardi Gras celebrations on hold or nixing them altogether, the folks at the Hillcrest Business Association (HBA) have spent the last six months coming up with what they hope will become a permanent alternative to the traditional Hillcrest Mardi Gras block party-style celebration of years’ past.

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Making his mark

Posted: January 5th, 2018 | Arts & Entertainment, Features, Top Story | 2 Comments

By Delle Willett

When he was growing up, future landscape visionary Michael Brennan viewed his Nana as his inspiration.

“She set an example of unconditional love and respect for all people,” Brennan said. “She was a master gardener in her own right and helped me learn the names of all the plants in her backyard, which was like a botanical garden.”

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A year in review — what the celebs said in 2017

Posted: January 5th, 2018 | Featured, Q Syndicate | No Comments

By Chris Azzopardi | Q Syndicate

Before we forever move on from the rankling crap-stain known as 2017, let’s revisit some memorable words of encouragement said to me this past year, from a heap of A-listers who used their platforms for the greater good as they discussed important LGBTQ issues, their own sexuality, and more.

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Deep Inside Hollywood: The best of 2017

Posted: January 5th, 2018 | Featured, Q Syndicate | No Comments

By Romeo San Vicente | Q Syndicate

The past 12 months have seen us finding refuge in our own queer selves. The sheer volume of LGBT-themed cultural content allowed a lot of us to see taking the occasional break from the harsh political and social climate of this year as a form of self-care, even if it was just to swoon to the “TRL”-endorsed, girl-loves-girl pop of upstart singer Hayley Kiyoko. Her summer single “Feelings” was the bounce we needed and we want 2018 to make her a household name.

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