Nice words from all over.
A CLAP FOR NO CLAP
Just read your article, “Nothing to Clap About” in this month’s OutSmart magazine [“AIDS Watch,” by Kelly McCann, August 2007]. Great article… We need to see more of these types of articles in the media that touches the lives of our community on a daily basis.
W. Jeffrey Campbell
Editor’s note: Campbell is prevention development director/program director for the St. Hope Foundation Fusion program, which reaches men of color affected by HIV.
Excellent coverage of the presidential candidates [“The Contenders,” August 2007OutSmart ] this month!
Editor’s note: Beauregard, a political demographer and consultant, is president of the Heights Democrats and community liaison for Texas representative Jessica Farrar.
SING A SONG
Mark brought home an issue of OutSmart , and I just want to say thank you! The article [“Now Hear This/Choice Music,” August 2007] is wonderful, and much bigger than I anticipated.
I sincerely appreciate you and OutSmart supporting the project and look forward to bringing Songs For Equality to you when it’s complete.
By the way, another great issue!
Editor’s note: Brindle is executive producer of the music compilation Songs for Choice and the upcoming Songs for Equality. He and partner Mark Eggleston were profiled earlier this year [“The Marrying Men,” February 2007 OutSmart] in conjunction with Freedom To Marry Week.
In the August issue, we misspelled the name of Deb Murphy [“Decision: Pride”].
“SignOut” contributor Lilly Roddy teaches a two-session introductory class on astrology this month. Roddy, whose column appears on page 120, will offer the classes on September 15 and 16, 10 a.m.-3:30 p.m., at her Lilly’s Little School House in Montrose. The fee is $75 before September 12, $85 at the door. Reservations: 713/529-5842, [email protected].