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“April Showers bring May Flowers,” reminds me that our desert and city may be in full bloom soon, but it also reminds me April 27 is King’s (formerly Queen’s) Day in Amsterdam when LGBTQ party time in Europe “SPRINGS” into life. Of course, Bulb Bloom in Holland for the Gay Gardner an ultimate destination. Closer to home, Holland, Michigan (yes...
Building lean muscle is an essential element of living a healthy lifestyle. Better yet, the more muscle you have the more you get to enjoy life because the stronger you feel the better you feel. Whether you are looking to lose weight, increase energy levels, boost con- fidence or simply build physical strength sculpting lean muscle reaps major health benefits...
July 11, 1948 - March 1, 2019 Jon was born in Ryan, Oklahoma. At age 17 he moved to San Francisco and quickly became part of the 60’s counter culture movement. While in San Francisco Jon was active in the Matachin Society and SIR (Society for Individual Rights). He worked for AAA for 13 years and during the summers...
Historically, LGBTQ allies have played an important role in fighting for our rights, here in Las Vegas and nationwide. All of us that work on this publication come from different eras. When trying to explain to a younger colleague what makes a person an ally, a few of us looked back and remembered when people in our community made...
The Center is excited to announce the opening of our new café, The Jolt! Tiff any Stiles, owner of The Jolt, had a soft launch of the café March 15, and is working with Center staff to hold an offi cial grand opening event, soon. In the meantime, The Jolt is now open and has a great selection of...
Sister Oh Livia, Postulant Loyalty, Sister Prudence, Sister Faith, Mother Loosy, Sister Gloria Areola, Sister Ema, Sentry Fortitude, and Novice Sister Maria. Women from the Women’s Festival, 2019 Anna Duvet, Empress Taylor Trash, Emppeor Alex Brooks, Joe Benton Sainted and honored by the Sisters, from left: Kristopher Minnich, Saint Otterly the Best Observer of Time; LA Walker, Saint No...
There is ample reason to laugh and cry during “Pride,” the 2014 British fi lm based on the real life, and surprisingly beautiful, alliance between Welsh union miners and gays and lesbians during the 1980s. Both minority groups were battling the same oppressor and learning to understand one another. My emotional outburst came at the reclamation of the word “pervert”...
The Spectrum caught up with Nelson Araujo, who is the state director for Sen. Jacky Rosen. We wanted to know how he was doing in his new job and what political insights he had for us. First of all, congratulations on your new job as state director for Sen. Jacky Rosen. Can you tell us what Sen Rosen’s focus is...
Here’s what I’ve been told I must write about: Kelvin Atkinson, the Mueller Report, Michael Jackson, the minimum wage, sick leave and positive things about The Center. A few of you have even asked how the new Spectrum is doing. We’ll start with the easy one, The Mueller Report While many Democrats and many registered as non-partisan have been pinning...
What: Axis Mundo: Queer Networks in Chicano L.A. Where: Marjorie Barrick Museum of Art at UNLV, 4505 S. Maryland Parkway. When: 9 a.m.-5 p.m., Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday; 9 a.m.-8 p.m. Thursday; and noon-5 p.m. Saturday, 702-895-3381. Runs through March 16. Admission: free, $5 donation suggested. During the tumultuous decades of the Gay Liberation Movement, Chicanx artists and activists...
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