General information, driving directions, safety tips and more. See you at PrideFest 2015!
Youth and families will enjoy programming especially for them in a greater capacity than ever before at this year’s RI PrideFest.
On Friday evening, June 12,Temple Habonim in Barrington will hold its fourth annual Gay Pride Sabbath service.
On Thursday, July 16, 2nd Story Theater’s full-length dress rehearsal performance of Die, Mommie, Die! will benefit Options Magazine!
by Paula Smith. Fellow LGBTQ community members often approach me for advice on dating, which within this limited pool can seem like navigating a minefield, but can also be fun and very exciting. Personally, I’ve been on over 100 dates. I have fallen in love, had my heart broken and, at times, been made to […]
by Cathy Cranston. A sellout crowd, dressed in their finest, filled the Warwick Museum of Art on April 18 for an evening of drinks, desserts, dancing, and art to benefit SAGE-RI. Margie McLaughlin, chairperson of SAGE-RI’s steering committee said, “I am still reeling from the excitement of SAGE’s first foray into the major fundraising event […]
April 19, 2015. Photos by Jack Hartwein Sanchez.
April 12, 2015. Photos by Jack Hartwein-Sanchez
by Kurt Bagley, president, RI Pride. Congratulations to our 2015 titleholders, chosen by a wonderful panel of judges last month at the annual Triple Crown Pageant. The 2015 titles include the first ever Ms. Trans* RI and Ms. Bisexual RI, breaking new ground in recognizing and including less visible members of our LGBTQ community. All […]
by Cathy S. Cranston. The April luncheon for LGBT older adults and their allies, like the inaugural lunch in March, sold out well in advance. The room was abuzz as old friends and new ones gathered for great food, spirited conversation, and some laughs courtesy of comic Poppy Champlin. “The chefs and waitstaff from the […]