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Camp for Camp tonight! It is Friends and Family Night at the Zeus Cafe in McMenamin’s Crystal Hotel, and tonight’s event with Poison Waters and Friends supports Cascade AIDS Project’s Camp Starlight. Festivities begin at 5pm and half of all … Continue reading
If you are looking for a welcoming church, look no further than the gorgeous century-old building at the corner of NE Broadway and 24th, home to Portland’s Metropolitan Community Church. MCC Portland is a progressive Christian church that has long … Continue reading
A program of HIV service provider Our House, Esther’s Pantry provides food and personal care items for low income individuals living with HIV, specifically in Clackamas County. Named in honor of Charles “Edith” Brinker, a community leader and one of … Continue reading
Portland House Representative Tina Kotek just made national history when she was sworn in as the first openly lesbian House Speaker in the United States. She has represented the 44th District, covering North and Northest Portland, since 2006 following a … Continue reading
The place to find me regularly is Friday night at AMF Pro 300 Lanes because I’m a big gay bowler. The PDX Pride bowling league on Friday nights is not only one of the largest gay sports leagues in the … Continue reading
Serving the needs of over a million students each year in the greater Portland area, it only makes sense that Portland Community College is gonna have a few queer students. More like a few thousand. Or many, many thousands. If … Continue reading
One of the hottest tickets in queer Portland each winter is the Q Center’s winter gala. Make yourself sparkle and shine for Fire & Ice, the theme for this year’s gala, the 5th annual one. Join co-hosts Stephanie Stricklen and Reggie … Continue reading