Archive for March 2010
Windy City Gay Idol is getting ready for it’s 8th appearance starting next week at the Glenwood. Since 2002 hundreds of gays, lesbians and transgendered have competed in the Windy City Gay Idol contest to see who has the best voice in the city. If you’re an aspiring singer, put April 8th on your calendar... Read more »
As DeDe Deylnn, Chicago’s Sappho, shared with you on Monday – Sara and Tegan graced the stage of the fabulous Aragon Ballroom over the weekend. She’s got videos and a review of the show – check it out! Quick on the tail of their most recent visit it was announced today that they’re going to... Read more »
Hedwig and the Angry Inch is making it’s way to Broadway this fall with John Cameron Mitchell according to a New York Post article. Hedwig and the Angry Inch is a rock musical about a transgender rock singer from East Germany that first debuted off-Broadway in 1998 winning several awards and running for two years.... Read more »
Campit Outdoor Resort, the popular gay campground in Saugatuck, MI was recently vandalized with gay hate graffiti. The Holland Sentinel is reporting that a swastika and the words “Fags dont belong” were spray painted on a fence at the popular campground. I know many of my friends spend long weekends at Campit and several have... Read more »
Spring has sprung, the weather has warmed up and the trees, grass and flowers are bursting around us – I hope that you’re taking the time to enjoy spring, you never know how long it will last! I’m sure many of you will be traveling to be with your families for Easter so travel safe... Read more »
Spring has sprung, the weather has warmed up and the trees, grass and flowers are bursting around us. I hope that you’re taking the time to enjoy spring, you never know how long it will last! I’m sure many of you will be traveling to be with your families for Easter so travel safe but make... Read more »
Chicago Comic & Entertainment Expo, is coming to the McCormick Center April 16th to 18th – do you have your super hero costume ready? C2E2 – short for the Chicago Comic & Entertainment Expo – is a convention spanning the latest and greatest from the worlds of comics, movies, television, toys, anime, manga and video... Read more »
I posted this video to my new Facebook Fan page and wanted to share it wth you here as well because you may not be a fan over there yet. So what did you give up for Lent? Did you make it the whole 40 days?
Steve Hayes, the Tired Old Queen at the Movies, gives us another review. This time it’s of the 1948 film “Portrait of Jennie.” I just love all the extra information that Steve provides about the movies. It really makes me want to add it to my Netflix Queue.
On April 29th head to your favorite restaurant for this years edition of Dining Out For Life 2010! Dining Out for Life is the single largest HIV/AIDS benefit in the country. In the past more than 80 Chicago Restaurants and Diners have joined forces to raise more than $75,000 for AIDSCare Progressive Services and raised... Read more »