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Anti-LGBTQ Church Out at AISD
Georgetown-based Celebration Church will no longer rent facilities with Austin ISD, a spokesperson for the church confirmed to the Chronicle on Monday, Aug. 19.

3:35PM Wed. Aug. 21, 2019, Austin Sanders Read More | Comment »

Austin Pride Donates $20,000 to Austin Black Pride
You might’ve thought, for a brief moment, that the party of Pride was over, but shimmy yourself back into your feather boa and glitter tattoos, because there’s more to dance for.

2:30PM Wed. Aug. 21, 2019, Nick Yeager Read More | Comment »

Emmet Hunker Has a Gay Agenda
Emmet Hunker’s schedule is packed these days concocting The Gay Agenda, and August’s show promises to be the gayest, sexiest, most ambitious iteration yet. The comedy-centric event comes to the North Door Thursday, Aug. 22, for Rendezvous Pride, the show’s fifth edition.

8:00AM Mon. Aug. 19, 2019, Mac Irvine Read More | Comment »

Fallout Continues Over Leander Library's Drag Story Hour
On Thursday, Aug. 15, after another lengthy meeting going late into the night, the Leander City Council voted 5-2 to close library meetings rooms to rentals, and stalled on other controversial policy decisions.

1:35PM Fri. Aug. 16, 2019, Nick Yeager Read More | Comment »

A Map of Austin's Queer Bars From the Fifties to Today
Did Sarah and Beth's history of Austin's LGBTQ movement feature story get you walkin’ down memory lane?

7:00AM Fri. Aug. 16, 2019, Katelyn Landry Read More | Comment »

Queer Comedy That’s Not Just for Queers
Niche is a word often bandied about to describe any number of hidey-hole type consumables: television shows; movies; and short written pieces which reimagine the sitcom Frasier where the titular pop psychologist is a centaur.

2:10PM Thu. Aug. 15, 2019, James Scott Read More | Comment »

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Qmmunity Wants Deets on Local Gay Bars From Decades Past
As part of our Aug. 9, 2019 Pride feature “The History of the LGBTQ Movement in Austin,” we compiled an inexhaustive list of the queer, lesbian, and gay bars this city both loves (oh hey Cheer Up Charlies) and has loved and lost (R.I.P. Bernadette’s).

4:30PM Wed. Aug. 14, 2019, Beth Sullivan and Sarah Marloff Read More | Comment »

Fireflies Brings a Black, Queer Story to the Stage
The newest production by Tarik Daniels’ Whatsinthemirror? is a story of shame, but not silence. Fireflies, written by Donja R. Love, follows a couple inspired by Coretta Scott and Martin Luther King, Jr. Olivia, the protagonist, is the speechwriter behind the powerful orations of her husband Charles, a civil rights activist and preacher.

8:15AM Wed. Aug. 14, 2019, Nick Yeager Read More | Comment »

Summer of Pride Reading List
Sure, when we think about Pride it’s all rainbows and glitter and celebratory parties, but it’s also a 50+ year movement, rich with history, queer tales, and stories to put Hollywood to shame.

1:00PM Wed. Aug. 7, 2019, Beth Sullivan, James Scott, Nick Yeager and Sarah Marloff Read More | Comment »

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