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BALTIMORE OUTLOUD entered its 14th year of publication with its May 13, 2016, issue.
BAY AREA REPORTER, based in San Francisco, celebrated its 45th anniversary in its April 7, 2016, issue.
|HRC’s Jay Brown
JAY BROWN has been named the new Communications Director of the Washington, D.C.-based Human Rights Campaign. Previously, he served as the organization’s Director of Research and Public Education.
DALLAS VOICE entered its 33rd year of publication with its May 13, 2016, issue.
FRONTIERS, based in Los Angeles, entered its 35th year of publication with its April 28, 2016, issue.
XULHAZ MANNAN, the editor of ROOPBAAN, the first LGBT magazine in Bangladesh, was murdered April 25, 2016, by a man wielding machetes at the U.S. embassy in the capital city of Dhaka. Mannan also worked for the United States Agency for International Development. Another gay man, TANAY MOJUMBDAR, was also killed in the attack.
METROWEEKLY, based in Washington, D.C., celebrated its 22nd anniversary with its May 5, 2016, issue.
Q NOTES, based in Charlotte, N.C., celebrated its 30th anniversary with its May 6, 2016, issue.
SPILL, a new queer arts magazine on the University of Florida campus, has been launched by NICOLE WIESENTHAL, an intern at Wilton Manors, Fla.-based South Florida Gay News. Its accompanying web site is SPILLARTSMAG.COM.
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