Results tagged with 'pride'
Published June 6, 2014
It was a long, harsh winter in Wisconsin, but sitting in the audience of the Indigo Girls' show last night at The Pabst Theater - basking in their genuine Georgia warmth - was good medicine for those of us still thawing out emotionally.
Published Nov. 20, 2013
It has been eight months since Dustin Zick and Joshua Arter lanched the Brew City-lovin' blog. This wasn't one of those good ideas that fizzle out after a few months. Instead, the blog has brought Milwaukeeans together both online and in person. And, oh, it now has T-shirts, too.
Published March 7, 2013
If our city fits us like our favorite pair of jeans how long before too many holes and tattered and frayed edges lead to problems or stuff hanging out where it shouldn't be?
Published Oct. 19, 2012
It's the small stuff that we all do that can truly help transform a community. Allow me, please, to offer 12 simple ideas on how to make positive change in Milwaukee.
Published June 20, 2012
The second "Envisioning the Seen" was a roundtable, of sorts, on various civic issues. It was people talking, building relationships, pontificating and having fun. It was Milwaukee, on stage.
View the other 1 articles
I'm not sure where my open mindedness comes from. I grew up with a prudish mother and a rigid father. Every so often is 'breaking news' where a famous person announces they are gay. Academy award nominated actress Ellen Page came 'out' during a recent speech. While admirable and brave, ...
Being a homosexual is exhausting. Seriously. I'm just off three days of Wisconsin PrideFest; both as a proud sponsor and representing my nonprofit, Public Allies.
So, three very full days.
The gay "culture," so to speak, is very active. First, you need to plan three days of...
Write a blog now!