Auburn’s State Theatre to Screen the Celluloid Closet
For this years Pride, the Auburn Placer Performing Arts Center/ The State Theater in downtown Auburn is hosting its first ever Pride screening.
On Thursday evening, June 2 at 7 p.m., they will be screening Vito Russo's classic documentary The Celluloid Closet.
Hold On, Sacramento! (Updated to include the PDF Download option!)
Sac Pride is so pleased and proud to have Wilson Phillips headlining the entertainment at this year’s festival, which is less than two weeks away! And, we here at Outword Magazine are super excited to once again have the Official Pride Guide tucked in, nice and neat, into the pages of this issue of Outword. Each year this issue is, by far, the biggest and most sought-after issue we produce and we are expecting great things of it.
Steve Hansen wins award for his leadership on Lavender Courtyard by Mutual Housing
Remember how Steve Hansen stood up to those in his district who opposed Lavender Courtyard?
Not every elected official would do that. Many have backed down from their support of affordable housing when faced with opposition in their districts.
Wind Youth Services and Goodwill Industries announce strategic alliance for Homeless Youth
SACRAMENTO, CA, May 12, 2016 –
Wind Youth Services and Goodwill Industries of Sacramento Valley & Northern Nevada, Inc. announced they have joined forces to help move more youth from homelessness and unemployment to stable housing, jobs and self-reliance.
Both organizations believe the real solution to helping people break the cycle of poverty and homelessness includes a comprehensive and coordinated approach that provides both short-term and long-term opportunities, incorporating wrap-around services including food, housing, employment opportunities, community referrals and other support.
The Sac Asian Pacific Film Fest celebrates LGBTQ cinema this Saturday
by Chris Narloch
As part of their two-day celebration of Asian cinema, which begins this Friday, May 27, the 2016 Sacramento Asian Pacific Film Festival will include a Closing Night program on Saturday that features a pair of LGBTQ movies, “Front Cover” and “Queer Vietnameseness.”
“Front Cover” is described as “a mature, nuanced drama that explores the relationship between two Asian men as they battle the cultural norms that keep them from living an honest, authentic life.”
- Don’t miss “On The Town” in San Francisco this week
- Davis Pride Back for 2nd Year on May 22 with Fun for All
- Statement by the Prime Minister of Canada on the International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia, and Biphobia
- Get Ready for Some Cool Treats at PFLAG’s Ice Cream Social
- Don’t miss “Sing Street” at Tower & “Captain America” at IMAX
- Summertime, Pride Time!
- Drag Queen Bingo Announces Mimosa Second Saturdays!
- Christy Ward Takes Over as Cares Community Health CEO
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