Remembering José Colón

José Fernando Colón, a long-time activist based in his native home of Puerto Rico, died in May. Born in 1952 and a graduate of...

SnowBiz Now Radio Interview

Tune in to hear actor, journalist, writer and humanitarian Nicholas Snow's interview with A&U Editor in Chief and Publisher David Waggoner and Managing Editor...

Art Project Los Angeles

Pablo Picasso said, “Art washes away from the soul the dust of everyday life.” What better way to re-energize yourself and give back to...

Mighty Real

The legacy of Sylvester—as glittery as a mirrorball—lives on! On June 25, Fantasy/Concord Music Group will release a CD and a 12-inch double pink...

Dance for Life 2013

Havelock Ellis opined, “Dancing is the loftiest, the most moving, the most beautiful of the arts, because it is not mere translation or abstraction...

Aunt Rita’s

During March and April, over thirty-five SAVORlife Dinners allowed hosts and guests to come together at private homes and restaurants (and other venues) in...

Just*in Time: May 2013

Just*in Time by Justin B. Terry-Smith Hello Justin, I do admire you so much! I added you as a friend but never wanted to patronize...

Concrete Hero

The mission: clamber over twelve parked cars and four buses in “Carmageddon”; scale nearly two stories over a mock “Hollywood Sign”; swing over...

Philadelphia FIGHT Presents HIV Prevention and Education Summit

Philadelphia FIGHT Presents HIV Prevention and Education Summit On Tuesday, June 11, Philadelphia FIGHT will present The HIV Prevention and Education Summit from 8:00 a.m....

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