Andrew Edmonson

Andrew Edmonson

Andrew Edmonson has written about the arts for the Houston Chronicle, OutSmart, The Houston Voice, and Houston Ballet News. He won the Award of Special Merit from the Texas Chapter of the National Lesbian and Gay Journalists Association.
Latinx Leaders

Preservation and Persistence

“When you come in from Montrose, you almost feel like you’re in a different town. It doesn’t feel like you’re…

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Art

Kehinde Wiley’s Iconic Barack Obama Portrait Comes to Houston

The gay artist made history as the first Black person to create an official portrait of an American president in…

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Arts & Entertainment

Trey McIntyre Brings David Bowie to the Houston Ballet

'Pretty Things' debuts at Wortham Theater Center May 20–29.

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Arts & Entertainment

Lesbian Love in Three Acts

Robin Reagler debuts her latest collection of poetry.

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Features

Healthcare Advocate

Steven Vargas is a longtime advocate for people living with HIV/AIDS.

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Beyond the Binary

Torn between Two Countries

Artist Moe Penders dives into a turbulent family history.

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Arts & Entertainment

Courageous Choreography

New film honors choreographer Bill T. Jones’ gripping response to the AIDS crisis.

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Arts & Entertainment

Courageous Journeys

New documentary celebrates transgender paddler Veiga Grétarsdóttir’s Icelandic odyssey.

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Arts & Entertainment

New Documentary Examines the Bond Between Literary Masters Truman Capote and Tennessee Williams

'Truman and Tennessee: An Intimate Conversation' debuts locally on June 18.

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Front Page News

Texas HIV Medication Program Faces Devastating Cuts

2020’s surge in new enrollments has created a $17.6 million shortfall.

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