After the last eight years, America desperately needs its next Great president. And fortunately, we will have the opportunity to vote for him. We can not afford to waste this opportunity in history. I will be voting for Barack Obama.
Thom talks about the GLBT film festival in New hope as well as the Lammy’s
This week is National LGBT Health Awareness Week. SafeGuards encourages our community to Take Charge of Your Health!
Hillary Clinton said to end her presidential campaign now would be as if “Rocky Balboa had gotten halfway up those art museum steps and said, ‘Well, I guess that’s about far enough.'” She went on to say, “[w]hen it comes to finishing a fight, Rocky and I have a lot in common. I never quit. I never give up.”
I was lucky enough to be treated to a personal appearance by Chelsea Clinton at Woody’s. Chelsea Clinton spoke out of convincingly personal experience, out of love for mother, candidate and country.
Two local forward thinking lesbian religious leaders will be honored by The Shalom Center at The Third Annual Prophetic Voices Celebration Sunday, April 6, 2008.
I think the current Democratic Party presidential race is proving that our democratic process does work. It is working wonderfully. Voters have been given opportunities to give their voice and to make decisions. The real key is that multiple points of view are being heard. Isn’t is a goal of a democracy to give a voice to as many people as possible? Shouldn’t we be embracing this thrilling, albeit complicated, process?
Well if you’re anything like me, you probably have an array of clothes you don’t even recognize, even though you just looked at them last year. Are you unsure of what colors you should wear and what’s still “in” and what’s not? Needless to say, below are a few tips to help you coordinate your wardrobe for Spring 2008!
Cheeks Studio in Upper Darby, PA was set up quainter than a boutique gay bed and breakfast on a Sunday morning for Steph Hayes’ live recording of her CD “Mostly True Stories.”
With the April 22nd Primaries quickly approaching, Pennsylvania is buzzing. While I’ll be featuring columns on Hillary Clinton leading up to the primaries, regardless of who becomes our president, I am ecstatic that the apathy shrouding this country for the last two terms is lifting and people are engaged in politics again. People care again. People are passionate again.