Happy New Year

As we look back on 2021 with all of its pandemic-related challenges, from mental health to finances, we can be nothing but enormously proud and grateful to our all volunteer staff: This year we’ve begun a new virtual speed friending program to help combat loneliness and isolation. We adopted families for the holidays, providing food …

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The Reality of Transitioning: Where Society Struggles and the Internet Saves

One of the most frightening things someone can face in life is, arguably, experiencing a major life change blindly and alone. Whether that change affects your mental or physical health, your relationships, or perhaps your status in society, dealing with such an event can put a significant strain on you. Dozens of questions may surface …

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Non-binary student booed and jeered by parents at CUSD meeting

  During their two minutes at the lectern, Rami (who identifies as non-binary and says he’s immunocompromised) forcefully delivered a message many in the room didn’t want to hear: Their protests over school mask mandates and vaccines — all based on slanted mistruths about COVID — reek of ignorance and privilege. “We sit here arguing …

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Bars and Clubs

[businessdirectory-listings category=”bars-clubs”] Sadly many historic LGBT+ clubs and bars have closed, including: The Express (formally 708) closed their doors in 2013.The North Tower Circle closed in 2014, reopening as Bam Bams/Twisters in 2015, then closing again in 2016. The Den closed in 2010 due to fire, reopening in 2011 as The Phoenix. The Phoenix closed …

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