Remembering Janet PachecoKaye and Janet

By Kaye Crawford
Late afternoon on Wednesday, April 7, 2010, I rushed to the emergency room at Mercy Hospital on J Street with a heavy heart. I looked around the crowded room at the familiar faces of members within our community; TJ and his partner Steve, Lori, Rich Jones, Robert Long, Bradley, Bobbie Sinclair, Jen, Josie, John, Aaron & his sister, Kyle, and others.

They motioned for me to come in and approach the bed. I looked down on one of the most beautiful people I've ever known in the community; Janet Pacheco. Janet with the long ponytail always crowned with a cap or stylish hat.

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Mother Lode Hot Jazz Party Heats Up JacksonJass City

The 32nd annual Mother Lode Hot Jazz Party, sponsored by Jackson Rancheria Casino & Hotel, will be held on Sunday, April 25, featuring nine hot bands in six locations around Jackson, CA.

This year’s locations include the American Legion Hall, Elk’s Lodge, Mel & Faye’s Diner, Thomi’s restaurant, Denny’s, and Teresa’s Place.

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The Hot Properties! page is back!

It's not too late to get your listing on the Hot Properties! page that will making a comeback in our upcoming Homes & Gardens issue, which hits the streets on April 22.

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Prop 8 Repeal Initiative Fails to Make 2010 Ballot

The effort to place an initiative on the November 2010 ballot to repeal Proposition 8 and restore equal marriage rights for same-sex couples failed to gather the 694,354 signatures necessary to place the proposed initiative on the ballot, ending the campaign.

Love Honor Cherish spearheaded the repeal effort and made the announcement on April 12, 2010, that they had been unsuccessful and vowed to work toward the repeal of Prop 8 at the next general election in November 2012.

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Getting to Know Gay Beirut (and Beyond)Club Acid

San Francisco, Barcelona, Sydney, and … Beirut? Yalla Habibi! As surprising as it sounds, the buzz is building around Beirut, Lebanon as a gay destination.

The New York Times dubbed Lebanon’s capital “the Provincetown of the Middle East” in a 2009 article and the winter 2010 edition of Netherlands-based Winq magazine devoted eight pages to the city, citing its emergence as “the (gay) party capital of the Middle East.”

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