Joyce Gabiola

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Houston, We Have a Gaysian

Growing up queer and Asian in the Deep South.

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Arts & Entertainment

No Shame in Her Improv Game

Heather “Deep Sea” Fisher, 22, first became involved in ComedySportz while still in high school. Her website bio reads: “Think…

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Local News

Hope Has a New Home

Rev. Gary Bagley was recently installed as the first pastor of the Cathedral of Hope, St. John’s Parish in Houston,…

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Arts & Entertainment

Queer and Muslim

From a quiet Chicago coffeehouse, Texas-born writer and performance artist Daaimah Mubashshir discusses her undefinable self, her work in progress,…

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On the Edge: Houston Fringe Festival features lesbian poetess

Native Texan and lyrical wordsmith, Smith ushered herself from an affair with a married, aqua-eyed woman to enlightenment by composing…

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Caffeine and Enlightenment: Living Mosaic Café and Coffeehouse offers both.

Whether you believe in Jesus or just free Wi-Fi, the charming 100-year-old two-story house located at 819 Richmond Avenue (next…

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A Gift of Age: Lesbian Life Stories

Old Lesbians Oral Herstory Project chronicles the lavender lives of 22 brave women. by Joyce Gabiola

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Arts & Entertainment

Bitch and Blasted

Bitch, the classically-trained violinist turned multi-instrumentalist-poet-rocker, is as blunt as her stage name—a name chosen to reclaim a word that…

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Working Women

When we think of the hottest DJs who have spun this town underground with deafening sounds into daybreak for 20-plus…

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Arts & Entertainment

Thank You, Universe

What would the world be today without John Cameron Mitchell's and Stephen Trask's 1998 off-Broadway hit Hedwig and the Angry…

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