by Kerri Kanelos At our annual gala on Friday, October 16, we will honor several people for their contributions to Youth Pride Inc. and Rhode Island’s LGBTQQ community. One award, the Luis Pagan Award, honors a YPI recipient who is a leader and advocate for all participants. This year’s recipient is Alyssa St. Franc (pictured), […]
On September 2, 2015, PFLAG of Greater Providence will have its monthly meeting from 6:45pm to 8:45 pm at the MET School in Providence. Dr. Michelle Forcier, a pediatrician at Rhode Island Hospital and Hasbro Children’s Hospital and an associate professor of pediatrics at The Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University will be the […]
A Very Special Farewell to Kitty Litter at Drag Bingo by Christopher Dalpe for AIDS Care Ocean State It is with a heavy heart but warm wishes that AIDS Care Ocean State announces that, after ten years of outstanding service to the community, Development Director Stephen Hartley (perhaps even better known as the one and […]
June 26, 2015. Photos by Jen Bonin and Jack Hartwein-Sanchez.
Kurt Bagley’s home in East Providence. July 18, 2015. Photos by Drew Christilf.
Leave it to Stephen Fry to write a three-volume novel of his life.
It doesn’t get more “Indigo Girls” than One Lost Day, the first studio album for Amy Ray and Emily Saliers since 2011’s Beauty Queen Sister. This album goes back to their roots, and has a raw, Southern feel.
I stumbled across Grace and Frankie, a new Netflix original series, while trying to find my way to the latest season of Orange Is the New Black.
It’s been a busy summer at TGI Network.