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Monthly Archives: February 2010

Osito Foundation Launches International Children’s Aids Day

Osito Foundation Launches International Children’s Aids Day

The Osito Foundation, a Houston-based nonprofit organization that provides teddy bears to children impacted by HIV/AIDS and other chronic illnesses, has announced the Gainer Donne ...

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Askallie.com provides online outlet for LGBT youth

Askallie.com provides online outlet for LGBT youth

Members of HATCH, Houston’s local organization for LGBT and supportive youth, now have a place to turn to whenever questions come up that they prefer to ask anonymously. The Ask A ...

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Rupaul in Overdrive

Rupaul in Overdrive

RuPaul, who is pretty much giving Logo a reason to stay on the air, breaks the new season of the surprise smash hit RuPaul’s Drag Race on February 1 at 8 p.m. And the savvy diva i ...

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It Takes Two

It Takes Two

Dominic Walsh Dance Theater (DWDT) and Houston’s Mercury Baroque (Mercury) give audiences a somewhat apropos Valentine’s Day story, reprising an edgy production of Shakespeare’s R ...

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Calendar – February 2010

Calendar – February 2010

Your Valentine's hot list. Film, Performance, Performance for Young People, Radio, Art/Photography, January Day by Day, Planning Ahead, HIV Testing, LookOut. Hot ticket: Mardi Gra ...

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Ke$ha:  <em>Animal</em>

Ke$ha: Animal

We wanted to dislike this debut pop CD by the young story-songstress, given her lyrical sense of entitlement and dopey name. But we couldn’t—it’s too good. Especially fun are the ...

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David Berger Jazz Orchestra:  <em>Sing Me a Love Song</em>

David Berger Jazz Orchestra: Sing Me a Love Song

Freda Payne and Denzal Sinclaire lend their sophisticated vocal talents to this retro and swingy collection of previously undiscovered tunes by Harry Warren, one of America’s most ...

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Katharine McPhee:  <em>Unbroken</em>

Katharine McPhee: Unbroken

The American Idol second-place darling collaborates with ’90s pop flash, Paula Cole, to pen the dramatic yet lyrically pointless title track here. But the first breakout single, “ ...

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The Lost Fingers:  <em>Lost in the 80s</em>

The Lost Fingers: Lost in the 80s

Hits from the ’80s, like “Pump Up the Jam,” “You Shook Me All Night Long,” “You Give Love a Bad Name,” and others, receive a swingy makeover by this whimsical, talented trio who t ...

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Gay Money Matters (part 2)

Gay Money Matters (part 2)

Planning your financial future involves many different rules and risks. For example, there are rules on how much you can contribute to your IRA and 401k plan each year, rules on s ...

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