Here we go, it is almost Spring and it is time for SOFTBALL…….let’s get it started! Find out more about the fabulous FIRECRACKERS….
Local Churches offering a Loving Alternative Community United Church of ChristThe Reverend Dr. Christopher Breedlove 5550 N. Fresno St., Fresno, 93710 559-435-2690 Sunday Service 10:00 AM First Congregational Church (Big Red Church) United Church of Christ The Reverend Raygan Baker 2131 N. Van Ness Blvd., Fresno, 93704 559-227-8489 Sunday Service 10:00 AM Wesley United Methodist
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Sadly many historic LGBT+ clubs and bars have closed, including: The Express (formally 708) closed their doors in 2013.The North Tower Circle closed in 2014, reopening as Bam Bams/Twisters in 2015, then closing again in 2016. The Den closed in 2010 due to fire, reopening in 2011 as The Phoenix. The Phoenix closed in April
"Bad Education," Pedro Almodovar’s latest film and one of the most talked-about of the year, played to enthralled houses this past weekend at Fresno’s Tower Theatre. The film, starring Gael Garcia Bernal, Fele Martinez and Javier Camara, is a twisty tale of two school friends who meet again 20 years later. One is a movie
Supporters of Fresno’s gay and lesbian film festival received startling news today — long time Festival Director Dave Houck announced he is "retiring". "After nine festivals I now start a new chapter in my life. Therefore I find it necessary to retire from my duties," Houck said in the festival’s newsletter. Houck said that Jon
Three gay couples requested marriage licenses on Valentine’s Day at the County Clerk’s office.
February 12th was an evening of comedy, activism, and fun-raising! Sponsored by Central California Alliance, this fundraiser/comedy night raised $250.00 to go towards the MECA/EQCA, Marriage Equality of California Fresno Chapter led by spouses Baltimore Gonzalez and Robert Flanagan.
“Support and Defend Traditional Marriage”Madera, CA February 5th, 2005 This past Saturday, Feb. 5th, Madera played host to a “Support and Defend Traditional Marriage” rally sponsored by The Campaign for Children and Families. They were joined by Assemblyman Dave Cogdill, Mike Villines, Randy Thomasson (president of CCF), Judy Hutchens and Benjamin Lopez of the Traditional
On the cold winter morning several dozen individuals were in attendance to protest AB 19.The majority of attendees were from a church choir and other from outside the city of madera. Quite a few bible versus were read by speakers. At one point, speaker Benjamin Lopez was quoted as saying "gays are infiltrating our workplaces".