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The Richmond Ermet AIDS Foundation held their annual gala, Help Is on the Way XXII: On The Red Carpet. Guests were treated to a variety show including Carole Cook and Constantine Maroulis. Money raised went to Meals on Wheels & AIDS Legal Referral Panel.
Artist David A. Cox's latest installment video to his popular Droning Provincetown Facebook page captures the excitement of The Cape's campiest and most colorful yearly event - Carnival.
Texas and four other Republican-led states filed another lawsuit Tuesday seeking to roll back the Obama administration's efforts to strengthen transgender rights
Legal experts say a ruling by a federal judge in Texas - that the Obama administration can't force schools to allow transgender students to choose their bathrooms - won't effect litigation over a North Carolina transgender bathroom law.
The 11-day, multi-stop, 1,100-mile motorcycle charity ride Kiehl's LifeRide for amfAR raised HIV/AIDS awareness and a total of $150,000 for research at multiple high-profile events at Kiehl's stores along the way.
Pop star Britney Spears is giving the clothes off her back to raise money for the Red Cross to benefit victims of widespread flooding in her home state of Louisiana.
A prosecutor told a jury that a Georgia man threw boiled water on a gay couple as they lay in bed in a vicious, pre-meditated attack.
This fall, Dar Williams will celebrate the 20th anniversary of her breakthrough album, "Mortal City," with a North American tour where Dar will be performing the album in its entirety for the first time.
For everyone who ever said that LGBT people aren't good at sports.
A new HBO series called "High Maintenance" will feature Bob The Drag Queen, gay porn star Colby Keller and Justin Vivian Bond.
The Rhode Island Foundation has announced that seven nonprofit organizations serving the state's LGBTQ communities will receive more than $50,000 in grants through its Equity Action Fund.
Residents in a Boston suburb showed support for a same-sex couple whose home was attacked by erecting about 40 Pride flags in the area.
"A Taste of Honey" achieved instant classic status, and that status has not slipped over the decades. This release is a must-add to serious cinematic libraries.
A Utah restaurant known for kilt-clad servers who openly carry firearms will have to keep them under wraps starting this week.
AT&T has reached a deal for enhanced roaming and other cellphone services for wireless customers visiting Cuba.
With a budget you'll be more likely to set money aside for future needs, like retirement and emergencies.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration says Hyundai and Mitsubishi are recalling certain car models because of problems the companies say can increase the risk of crashes.
What a daunting assignment for an interior designer: Redecorate the Queen Mary 2. The ship relaunched earlier this summer after $132 million in renovations.
A study confirms that significantly more women than men diagnosed with Staphylococcus aureus bacteraemia (SAB) -- a blood infection of the common bacteria -- die within 30 days.
On a recent weekend, the mayor's office of El Alto, the nearly 3-mile-high city perched above the Bolivian capital of La Paz, led a group of tourism students on a visit to the site.
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In more good news for South of Market gay bars, The Lone Star Saloon was recently granted Legacy status by a new measure that aims to support historic businesses.
The theme to this year's Carnival is "Back to the 80s," which meant plenty of Golden Girls, Chers, Boy Georges, Princess Dis and Pacmen. Here are pics from the parade.