"For some members of our community, the presence of the police in the parade is difficult given their history with the police department"
Activists and federal officials are planning to gather on the first day of Pride Month for a long-awaited flag-raising ceremony
Ennis is the LA Blade's Sports Editor & contributing writer as well as a professor at the University of Hartford where she teaches journalism
Two employees of Rash were injured and required hospitalization. The building sustained heavy damage due to the fire
The initiative will give access to hundreds of thousands of e-books & audio books including those that have been impacted by recent book bans
The 5-month-old space near Myrtle Avenue caters to the LGBTQ+ crowd, and is known for being packed late into the night
"The only thing I should take home is something bad at a fire or I saw someone passed away. Those are things I’d be OK taking...
In Ukraine, queer people are pouring their hearts into the campaign to repel Russia’s advance
Defendant admitted that he threatened mass shootings, bombings and other fatal attacks, on the LGBTQ+ community
A spokeswoman for Ocasio-Cortez said it is common for members of Congress to consider new names for local post offices