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As a fan of Toni Tennille since 1975, it was a thrill to be able to talk with her for an hour.
Kindred is a “restart”—a chance to try new things in an old setting.
For 94 years, Grace Lutheran Church has been a presence in Houston’s Montrose neighborhood. Then, on January 10, 2016, it held its final worship service. Grace Lutheran was no more.
A Jewish lesbian’s 30-year journey into and out of an Hasidic community in Houston.
Poet Scott Wiggerman offers a writing workshop at the MFAH.
Dancer Bill T. Jones inaugurates a new lecture series at the University of Houston. "It’s going to be a far-reaching rumination...lately everything I thought that I knew about it is beginning to shift."
When Gene Robinson became the bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of New Hampshire in 2004, the fact that he was in a long-term relationship with another man made him a hero to some
Reflection on St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church’s first ceremony for a same-sex couple. by Neil Ellis Orts In many ways, the most remarkable thing about the day was how ordinary it all seemed. On March...
Jonathan Charles, a native of Wharton, graduate of the University of Houston-Clear Lake, and a theater and dance faculty member at Sam Houston State University in Huntsville, passed away suddenly after...