LGBTQ

Steve May 10, 2020

Things may be bad, but we’ll always have Britney Spears. The singer has had quite the week in between accidentally burning down her home gym and her album “Glory” hitting the top spot on the iTunes charts years after it was released. You know, typical pop icon behavior!  So it was only natural that Spears’ recent antics would […]

Steve May 10, 2020

Roy Horn, the tiger-levitating entertainer who dazzled Las Vegas audiences as half of magic duo Siegfried and Roy, has died from COVID-19 complications. Roy Horn died at MountainView hospital in Las Vegas on Friday (May 8). He tested positive for the virus last week and the cause of death was complications of COVID-19, according to […]

Steve May 10, 2020

Photos of a group of heavily-armed anti-lockdown protesters eating Subway sandwiches in Raleigh, North Carolina, have gone viral this weekend. News & Observer photojournalist Travis Long shared photos of the small group making their way through downtown Raleigh Saturday afternoon before stopping to take a sub break. The gathering was organized by a group called […]

Steve May 10, 2020

Tributes from the world’s biggest musicians are pouring in for gay Black artist Little Richard, who has died aged 87. The flamboyant pioneer of rock ‘n’ roll, who inspired a generation of musicians including The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, David Bowie and Jimi Hendrix, was born in Georgia in 1932. He had been struggling with […]

Steve May 9, 2020

Mariela Castro (Washington Blade photo by Michael Key) Editor’s note: Tremenda Nota, the Washington Blade’s media partner in Cuba, published this op-ed on its website on May 8. Tremenda Nota published a Spanish version on May 6. LA HABANA — Mariela Castro Espín sparked another controversy this past Tuesday at the socially-distanced, online launch of […]

Steve May 9, 2020

How transparency in business can keep us all sane in a pandemic As our national isolation grinds on, and with little hope of change anytime soon, the crisis adrenaline that kept us going in the early weeks has worn off, and we’re over the novelty of it all. We’ve amused ourselves with Zoom backgrounds and […]