Having been absent from the Pride festivities for a few years, on June 25 I’ll be back…well protected by a helmet hairdo.
At first glance, Brandon Wilke, Bob Briddick, and Melelani Petersen couldn’t be more dissimilar.
On January 24 Montrose became just a bit dimmer—Harold Bekker, longtime proprietor of the perpetually luminescent “Light Bulbs Unlimited,” died of complications from esophageal cancer.
Since 1926, one entity—Bering United Methodist Church—has remained, steadfast and unflinching in its commitment to the neighborhood.
Michael Roberts starts his inaugural season as artistic director of the Houston Pride Band.
Two decades ago, John Langman and Johnnie West began a fitness revolution in Houston.
What can I do? What can we do? The answer is surprisingly simple: The same thing we've done for the last 20 years.
For 30 years, Connie Moore and Debbie Hunt have been advocating for LGBT individuals and exploring uncharted queer legal territory while simultaneously forging a personal partnership that would be the envy...
Two longstanding HIV service providers, Houston Area Community Services (HACS) and Bering Omega Community Services, have merged, creating one of the city’s largest providers of LGBT healthcare, housing,...