Ray Hill

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Wherefore Art Thou, My Community?

For the readers who have never heard of me, I am the old man of our Houston movement toward equality…

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PastOut

PastOut: Eleven Years Ago in ‘OutSmart’

Miss America Kate Shindle, in town to accept Woman of the Year honors at the Huff Fund Awards for helping…

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Local News

Last of ‘Woodlands Ten’ released

A man convicted of killing a gay man in 1991 has been paroled after 18 years in prison.

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Local News

Last of ‘Woodlands Ten’ to Stay in Prison

One month after the 20th anniversary of the beating of 27-year-old banker Paul Broussard on a Montrose area street and…

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Featured

The Rest of the Story

On the evening of September 17, 1998, a gay Houston man named Robert Eubanks called the sheriffs to report that…

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Arts & Entertainment

One Proud Pony

Proud Pony International is Houston’s new media collective, founded by openly gay filmmakers Jarrod Gullett and Travis Johns. Currently, the…

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Blog

Activist questions Memorial Park arrests of more than twenty men (UPDATE)

More than twenty men were arrested in Memorial Park last Thursday, each allegedly charged with solicitation of prostitution, according to…

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Local News

Jon Buice Denied Parole Again

The man sentenced to forty-five years in prison for the 1991 murder of gay Houston banker Paul Broussard was denied…

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Arts & Entertainment

Houston’s Voice debuts highly anticipated release of Proud Pony’s “The Trouble with Ray”

Today, Houston’s Voice, a hyper-local multimedia platform showcasing Houston by Houstonians, added "The Trouble with Ray" to its lineup of…

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News

‘The Trouble With Ray’ makes London debut

Houston-based new media collective Proud Pony International has announced that their mini-documentary, The Trouble With Ray, will be featured in…

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