ADELANTE, based in Los Angeles, celebrates its 15th anniversary with its June 2013 issue.
AMBUSH, based in New Orleans, entered its 31st year of publication with its Jan. 8, 2013, issue.
DIANE ANDERSON-MINSHALL, editor at large at THE ADVOCATE, has been named an official Community Honoree by LA PRIDE. She was honored with the Osborn/Michaels Media Award, recognizing those who disseminate information to the public for the betterment of the LGBT community. The award is named for long-time activist TORIE OSBORN and DICK MICHAELS, who co-created THE ADVOCATE in 1967.
BETWEEN THE LINES, based in Livonia, Mich., entered its 21st year of publication with its Jan. 3, 2013, issue.
KATE CLINTON now writes a monthly column for the D.C.-based WASHINGTON BLADE.
COMMUNITY MARKETING INC., based in San Francisco, announced that its 14th International Conference on Gay and Lesbian Tourism will take place in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., Dec. 11-13, 2013. For more information, go to
FENUXE, based in Atlanta, announced its expansion into Fort Lauderdale and other cities in South Florida.
FRONTIERS MEDIA, based in Los Angeles, launched its latest web property, MARRIAGEEQUALITYFRONTIERS.ORG, the very first undertaking of the recently created Frontiers Awareness & Education Foundation.
FUGUES, based in Montreal, entered its 30th year of publication with its April 2013 issue.
GAY.COM announced a new Summer 2013 marketing initiative to capitalize on the successful launch of its new website.
GAYELLOW PAGES, based in New York, NY, published its 35th annual print edition in March 2013.
GAY CITY NEWS, based in New York, NY, won seven New York Press Association Awards. Awards included: First place for historical, anniversary or progress edition; Second place for graphic design to MICHAEL SHIREY; Second place for coverage of crime to DUNCAN OSBORNE; Second place for Special Holiday Edition; the Past Presidents’ Award for Overall Excellence; Third Place for coverage of health to Osborne; and Honorable Mention for spot news coverage to PAUL SHINDLER.
GLENN GULLICKSON, managing editor of Phoenix, Ariz.-based ECHO MAGAZINE, has won the Arizona Press Club’s Community Journalist of the Year Award. He also received two awards in writing categories in the club’s annual contest.
HERE MEDIA INC. has partnered with THE KNOT, the nation’s top wedding resource, to create a new co-branded same-sex wedding survey that will examine how same-sex couples approach wedding planning.
OUTTRAVELER.COM has launched a new website design, featuring daily editorial content and photos from around the world as well as trip-planning tools.
POSITIVELY AWARE MAGAZINE, based in Chicago, has published its 17th Annual HIV Drug Guide.
THE RAINBOW TIMES, based in Boston, entered its sixth year of publication with its Jan. 10, 2013, issue.
THE SAN DIEGO LGBT WEEKLY is now published biweekly. Despite the schedule shift, publisher STAMPP CORBIN announced the publication’s name would remain the same.
OMAR SHARIF JR. has joined the GAY AND LESBIAN ALLIANCE AGAINST DEFAMATION as GLAAD’s National Spokesperson and Strategic Giving Officer.
THIS WAY OUT, a weekly community radio program based in Los Angeles, distributed its 1,300th show on Feb. 25, 2013, and celebrated its 25th year on the air with its April 1, 2013, show.
(Editor’s note: Are there important changes going on at your publication? E-mail the information to

Volume 15
Issue 2

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *