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Monthly Archives: April 2011

OutSmart Magazine’s Dining Out For Life Contest

OutSmart Magazine’s Dining Out For Life Contest

Thursday April 28th is Dining Out For Life of which OutSmart is a sponsor. Go to a participating DOFL restaurant for breakfast, lunch and or dinner, send us your comments and a ph ...

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AIDS Foundation Houston Garners Star Power for 5th Annual Dining Out for Life®  Pam Grier and Ted Allen join Houston restaurants and patrons in an effort to fight HIV/AIDS

AIDS Foundation Houston Garners Star Power for 5th Annual Dining Out for Life® Pam Grier and Ted Allen join Houston restaurants and patrons in an effort to fight HIV/AIDS

On Thursday, April 28, 2011, Houston’s food and drink aficionados will be Dining Out For Life® at many of Houston’s best restaurants for the annual fundraiser benefiting AIDS Foun ...

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Connecting Rainbows and Queer Rising  Expose the Lies of Bishop Dolan and  Catholic Church Leaders  During the Annual Fifth Avenue  Easter Parade in New York City

Connecting Rainbows and Queer Rising Expose the Lies of Bishop Dolan and Catholic Church Leaders During the Annual Fifth Avenue Easter Parade in New York City

April 24, 2011 -- New York, NY – Today, lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer (LGBTQ) and allied activists from two different groups walked within the Fifth Avenue Easter Par ...

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HWY 6 Runs One Way-Aggie No More

HWY 6 Runs One Way-Aggie No More

Dear Senators: I once thought that I was an Aggie. Next year will be my 5th year of study. I am a Presidential Endowed Scholar. I attended Fish Camp. I went to football games and ...

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City of Houston Scores Major Victory in Water Rate Lawsuit

City of Houston Scores Major Victory in Water Rate Lawsuit

The Austin Court of Appeals has upheld a lower court ruling that Former Harris County Tax Assessor-Collector Paul Bettencourt and activist Bruce Hotze have no standing to challeng ...

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Houston’s Crime Rate Continues to Decline

Houston’s Crime Rate Continues to Decline

Houston’s crime statistics for the first quarter of 2011 indicate the city’s crime rates have continued to decrease, building on the momentum that began in 2010. Building on last ...

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Montrose Management District Launches Survey for Logo Development

Montrose Management District Launches Survey for Logo Development

(Houston) ….The Montrose Management District is seeking public input in the development of a District logo. Executive Director, David Hawes stated that “….the Board of Directors u ...

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HRC Condemns AZ Governor Brewer for Signing Discriminatory Adoption Bill into Law

HRC Condemns AZ Governor Brewer for Signing Discriminatory Adoption Bill into Law

Senate Bill 1188 Puts Discrimination Ahead of Children in the Adoption Process WASHINGTON – The Human Rights Campaign (HRC), the nation’s largest civil rights organization dedicat ...

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Mayor Parker Issues Statement on Passing of Joe Roach

Mayor Parker Issues Statement on Passing of Joe Roach

My heart goes out to Joe Roach’s wife, Becky, his children and the rest of the Roach family. Joe was a friend and colleague. We served together on City Council, but I also knew hi ...

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Mayor Annise Parker 2011 State of the City Address

Mayor Annise Parker 2011 State of the City Address

Fellow Houstonians: I love this city! Nothing compares to being mayor of your hometown. The opportunity to make decisions that will provide benefits for generations to come is inc ...

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