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We Fest

WeFest (formerly SheFest, formerly LezFest) is becoming one of the most anticipated evenings of the theatre season, and in Chicago’s queer community. WeFest (hosted by Molly Brennan and Malic White) is Pride Arts Center’s’ semi-annual celebration of Chicago’s queer female, non-binary, and trans+ artists. This winter, the Pride Arts Center is excited to partner with […]

SheFest – A celebration of queer women through art

“SheFest is one of my favorite times of the theatre season,” says SheFest producer Iris Sowlat, “There’s something very special about a talented, diverse group of queer women celebrating their life experiences through art.” SheFest (formerly LezFest) is Pride Arts Center’s’ semi-annual celebration of Chicago’s queer female and non-binary artists. SheFest showcases the diverse range […]

Howard Brown Health’s Garden of Eve: What does your ticket purchase do?

How has Garden of Eve supported programs at HB? Because women and transgender/gender non-conforming (TGNC) individuals continue to be marginalized in the larger LGBTQ community, Garden of Eve supports the work and services that these teams provide due to lack of funding. Garden of Eve helps supports sexual and reproductive health services at our monthly […]

Meet Angie Wines and Anneliese Moy, couple opening a BBQ joint in Ravenswood

Sweet Virginia’s Kitchen is all about homey eclectic food cooked from locally sourced ingredients. As a toddler, Angie Wines remembers sneaking eggs out from her grandmother’s fridge and cracking them on the sizzling pavement to fry them. Wines is now taking those mischievous roots and many years of culinary experience to open Sweet Virginia’s Kitchen in […]

Garden of Eve: How much does your ticket purchase help?

How has Garden of Eve supported programs at HB? Because women and transgender/gender non-conforming (TGNC) individuals continue to be marginalized in the larger LGBTQ community, Garden of Eve supports the work and services that these teams provide due to lack of funding. Garden of Eve helps supports sexual and reproductive health services at our monthly […]

Daphne Willis Does Martyrs in Chicago

Interview by guest blogger Lisa Cordileone Out singer and Chicago-native Daphne Willis will be in Chicago April 7th at Martyrs. Daphne took some time out of her busy tour to chat with us… LC: How did you get started playing music? What type of risks did you take getting started professionally? I have been singing […]

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Top LGBTQ Titles to Binge on Netflix

Binge-watching shows on Netflix has become an actual activity at my house, rather than something that just kind of happens in background while we clean or pay bills. Now it’s something I consciously plan and look forward to. Nothing to do on Sunday afternoon? Better pencil in four non-stop hours of a House of Cards. […]

#WWSD (What Would Siri Do?) #Hashtag Season Two: LadyDates in the Digital Age

Written by: Jennifer Boeder Season One of “#Hashtag” gave viewers a fresh, funny sendup of twenty-something gay girl life in the digital age, where every text, photo, and post drives events in the love lives of the two main characters, Liv and Skylar. The two friends (played by real-life pals who actually wrote the series […]