Kinky Boots’ Cast Recording Reviewed
by Chris Narloch
We will have to wait until Sunday, June 9 to find out how many Tony’s it actually wins. In the meantime, you can listen to the just-released cast recording from Broadway’s most-nominated show of the year, “Kinky Boots.”
Lucky 13 is the number of Tony nods received by that smash new musical from Harvey Fierstein and Cyndi Lauper, which is currently playing exclusively at the Al Hirschfeld Theatre in New York City.
The Sunrise Marketplace Announces Their Second Summer Concert Series
By Colt McGraw
Many of us know the Sunrise Marketplace for its shopping and dining options but don’t consider it to be a premier concert location. It’s time to think again! Last year brought an incredible series of concerts to the Sunrise Mall parking lot as it was transformed into Sacramento’s newest and most exciting venue.
Headliners such as Blondie, The Commodores, Lonestar and Three Dog Night were just a few that performed last year. This year’s lineup has already begun to impress. Great acts such as Boys ll Men, Trace Adkins, Blue Oyster Cult and John Michael Montgomery have been added to the list.
Boy Scouts Decision Called Cowardly, Incoherent and Mean-Spirited
Commentary by Wayne Besen, Truth Wins Out
An estimated 1,400 voting members of the Boy Scouts of America's (BSA) National Council has voted 61-38 percent to end the ban on gay youth participating in the program, but kept its outrageous and offensive policy banning gay leaders and volunteers.
“Today's Boy Scout's decision was insulting and pandered to ignorance and bigotry at the expense of gay people and their families,” said Truth Wins Out Executive Director Wayne Besen. “ Allowing gay scouts but not adult scout leaders was a compromise - only in the sense that BSA compromised its integrity and decency. Let's be clear - this was not a step forward, but a step backward, because it reinforced the most vile stereotypes and misconceptions deliberately peddled by anti-gay activists.
A new book, Your Queer Career, explains the challenges that the LGBTQ community may face as employees and equips them with the tools and resources to make better-informed decisions that are critical in career development.
The books author, Riley B. Folds III, has more than a decade of experience in working with LGBTQ college students and is the founder of OUT for Work, the only national nonprofit organization dedicated to educating, preparing and empowering LGBTQ college students and their allies for the transition from academia to the workplace.
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ExxonMobil Continues Rampant Discrimination Against LGBT Employees Says GetEQUAL
As ExxonMobil's yearly shareholder meeting approaches, GetEQUAL — a national social justice organization focused on full equality for LGBT Americans — issued the following statement on the company's abysmal record on LGBT equality:
"For years, ExxonMobil has excelled at making life miserable for their LGBT employees. From removing LGBT workplace protections at the merger of Exxon and Mobil, to today's announcement of a lawsuit against the company for targeted discrimination, ExxonMobil has proven that they're at the top of the heap for bigotry.
- The Affordable Care Act And LGBT Families
- True Blood sinks its teeth in and Cleopatra rules on DVD
- San Francisco International LGBT Film Festival Announces Line-up
- Wendy at Great America!
- LGBT Caucus to Host Reception in Honor of Harvey Milk’s Birthday
- White House Highlights “Harvey Milk Champions of Change”
- Actress Becca Battoe Talks “Fifty Shades” at Bows & Arrows
- Tinsel Tarts In A Hot Coma Reviewed
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