By Sue O'Connell | Oct 16
Frank Ribaudo and Joe Posa marry!
By Lynn Elber, AP Television Writer | Oct 16
Fewer gay and bisexual characters are part of the new broadcast TV season following a record-setting year, while cable depictions continued to increase, according to a new study from a media advocacy group.
By | Aug 15
The Taste of Provincetown is MassEquality?s signature affair in Provincetown, Massachusetts was held on Saturday, July 20th at Provincetown Town Hall. The evening will included celebrity guest Chef Tiffani Faison, contestant on Bravo's Top Chef and chef/owner of Sweet Cheeks BBQ in Boston, and all proceeds from this evening will support MassEquality's work.
By | May 15
Back by popular demand, "Sip the Rainbow" will celebrate the opening of The Bear Sessions
By | Nov 28
Cyclorama, Boston Center for the Arts: Saturday, December 1st, 2012, 24-hour vigil
By Rebecca Kearney | Nov 20
The 1980's not only changed the art world forever but it elevated that gay rights movement onto a national platform.
By | Oct 10
Rosie's Place, in coordination with the Boston Art Commission, announced today a competition for a permanent commemorative installation for Rosie's Place Founder Kip Tiernan. Tiernan was dumbfounded when she saw women disguising themselves as men to get a meal at a men-only homeless shelter in Boston nearly 40 years ago?so much so that she went ahead and founded the nation?s first homeless shelter for women.
By Jen Colletta | Oct 3
Kay Lahusen has seen a lot in her 82 years of life--much of it through the lens of a camera.
By | Aug 22
Central Square's world-famous Cantab Lounge at 738 Mass Ave. presents weekly Wednesday performances from local and national poets, as well as a chance to present your own work in the 8:00 p.m. open mic or 11:00 p.m. poetry slam. Upcoming headliners include...
By Bay Windows Staff | Aug 1
An interview with Sage Inn and Lounge Chef