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Lights Out Houston 2018: an interactive art experience

A group of native Houston creatives showcasing a wide array of talents, Lights Out Houston is an experimental multimedia art…

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Front Page News

Plaintiffs Again Ask Judge to Halt Same-Sex Benefits in Houston

Anti-LGBTQ activists seek summary judgment as Pidgeon v. Turner returns to Harris County district court.

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Sculpture Senior Exhibition 2018

Seniors in the School of Art Sculpture Block Program present “How Should I Put This?” at the South Park Annex…

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Local News

U.S. Supreme Court Declines To Take Up Houston Same-Sex Benefits Case

By Will Weissert Associated Press AUSTIN — The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday let stand a Texas ruling that gay…

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DASH FALL MARKET

DASH ON OVER! DASH Fall Market will take place November 2-5, at Silver Street Studios, located at 2000 Edwards Street…

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Local News

Despite HERO Repeal, Houston Hits New High on LGBTQ Equality Index

By John Wright Houston received a score of 75—its highest ever—on the Human Rights Campaign’s sixth annual Municipal Equality Index…

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Blog

Pastor Claims Houston Is Being Punished For Its ‘Devotion To The Homosexual Agenda’

A Florida-based pastor and radio host claims Hurricane Harvey was punishment for the city of Houston's support for LGBTQ equality.

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National News

Ann Coulter Suggests Harvey Was God’s Punishment For Electing A Lesbian Mayor

Right-wing commentator Ann Coulter took to Twitter on Monday to respond to a report that the impact of Hurricane Harvey…

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Local News

Lakewood Church Denies Reports It Closed Its Doors To Flood Victims

Pastor Joel Osteen's Houston megachurch says it's opening its doors Tuesday to residents displaced by flooding.

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Local News

Messing With Texas

Supreme Court gives state—and its LGBTQ residents—yet another black eye.

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