Recognizing that the bisexual community remains marginalized and underserved, the Bisexual Resource Center (BRC) proudly proclaims March once more as Bisexual Health Awareness Month (BHAM).
On March 13-14 in Philadelphia, extraordinary women in science come together to share their powerful stories of success during The Color of Science program.
On March 25, before the House and Senate release their respective budgets, MASSCreative will bring together the broad arts and cultural community for Arts Matter Advocacy Day. The public is encouraged to join.
Over 40 restaurants from the South End gathered for AIDS Action's annual Taste of the South End at the Cyclorama. The sold out event was a huge success. See who was there.
On Saturday, February 28, Boston women and lovers of electronica will come together for Pink Noise, a monthly dance party at the Milky Way in Jamaica Plain.
AIDS has rescheduled its National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day event, originally scheduled for Monday, February 9, to Wednesday, February 25 from noon to 2 p.m.
On Friday, February 27, composer Catherine Capozzi presents "Bring Us Your Women" to ART's Oberon Theater, with an international cast and crew of musicians, filmmakers, visual artists, dancers and poets.
A Michigan lesbian couple has finally received a reply from a doctor who refused to treat their baby girl last fall because it was incompatible with her personal and religious beliefs.
On Friday, February 20, Boston's Dyke Bar parties welcome all the Rick and Ilsas to come out for "A Night In Casablanca," a party at the Urban Art Bar.
Subways and commuter trains are running again in Boston, but the city is racing against the clock, as plows and shovels chip away at nearly six feet of snow. Another storm is expected on Thursday.