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DAVID BADASH, a former contributor to BILERICO and founder and editor in chief of the NEW CIVIL RIGHTS MOVEMENT, wed his partner of five years, CALEB EIGSTI on June 28, 2013, in a private ceremony in Provincetown, Mass., where they were engaged in 2011.
GA VOICE, based in Atlanta, celebrated its third anniversary with its March 15, 2013, issue.
GET OUT WEEKLY, based in New York City, published its 100th issue on March 13, 2013.
OUTTRAVELER.COM and American Express have teamed up to create the PROVINCETOWN GUIDE 2013, a directory to help visitors find the city’s best shopping, dining, hotels, and nightlife. Now live at OUTTRAVELER.COM/PROVINCETOWN, the guide offers travel tips for planning a getaway to one of the most popular destinations for LGBT travelers.
Q NOTES, based in Charlotte, N.C., announced the departure of two of its long-time staffers. Associate editor DAVID STOUT is leaving after 21 years with the newspaper, having served as editor from 1992 to 1999. MISS DELLA, who writes the newspaper’s “Drag Rag” column, is also leaving.
THE QUEER PROGRAM, a cable access television show based in Milwaukee, Wisc., has celebrated 20 years of broadcasting. A 20th anniversary party for the show was held on March 15, 2013, at the Milwaukee Gay Arts Center.
WINDY CITY TIMES and CENTER ON HALSTED are launching a 9-month series of LGBTQ educational programs featuring prominent scholars known nationally for their innovative research and work. Lavender University is modeled on a project of the same name that operated for several years in the 1970s and 1980s, providing a wide range of interesting educational and skills-building programs.

Volume 15
Issue 4

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