Planned Parenthood's nonpartisan political arm has sponsored a political ad that showcases Senate hopeful John James calling the Affordable Care Act a “monstrosity.” Watch the ad here:
Planning a wedding at any stage can be tricky, and one of the most difficult parts is creating a ceremony that's uniquely one's own. To help with that struggle, Between The Lines has collected a list of 20 popular trends this year that might make planning easier.
Whether your wedding is a grand ballroom affair or an intimate close family gathering, it's almost guaranteed that music will play a major role in creating the perfect ambience. To help with any prospective big [...]
Proceeds to Support Participation in the 2020 GALA Festival LANSING ―The LanSINGout Chorus invites the public to their spring fundraiser, "Spring Sing Thing." The event will feature the 45 voices of the chorus, including a [...]
ANN ARBOR - In a statement released by Ann Arbor's Theatre Nova, David Wells' "Arabic to English" will be postponed from its initial March 20 opening to Aug. 7. "In light of the rapidly developing [...]
Join the Jim Toy Community Center staff alongside local Ann Arbor drag queens to raise money for Alzheimer's research at Conor O'Neill's Traditional Irish Pub and Restaurant from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. on Friday, March [...]
FERNDALE - Buzz Thomas has decades of experience helping businesses connect with the people and agencies they need to be successful, and he spent 14 years in the Michigan legislature representing his Detroit district, serving [...]
LGBT Detroit recently received funding from ViiV Healthcare Positive Action for Youth for a new mentorship program that will expand its LGBT Detroit Leadership Academy. The academy is a social justice training program for African [...]
Last week legislation passed in the U.S. House of Representatives that made lynching a federal hate crime 410-4. Of the four votes against, one was by Michigan's Independent Justin Amash. The three other votes were [...]
LGBTQ community center Affirmations will host its latest public event called Interrupting Social Media Stereotypes, or ISMS, on March 19 from noon to 1 p.m.. A roundtable networking discussion, this group meets every third Thursday [...]
The stars of the award-winning Canadian comedy show "Letterkenny" are on tour with "Letterkenny Live!" This 90-minute sketch comedy show will feature nine of the show's cast members in never-before-seen bits. This show will be [...]
Between juggling customers's needs, offering in-store advice and working on orders of all kinds, Tilla Abel certainly has her work cut out for her as a designer at Miner's Den Jewelry. But as stressful as [...]
Cats, movies and new friends merge at The Tiny Lions Lounge and Adoption Center's Family Mew-Vie Night on Saturday, March 7. Attendees can snuggle with cats, enjoy popcorn and watch an family friendly movie rated G or PG.
Conservative radio personality and recent Presidential Medal of Freedom winner Rush Limbaugh recently suggested that presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg doesn't have a chance to be elected president because he is a gay man who will [...]
The world premiere of “America You Kill Me,” a Detroit-produced documentary about the triumphs and struggles of gay rights leader and Triangle Foundation co-founder Jeffrey Montgomery, will be the centerpiece of the Freep Film Festival’s opening night on Wednesday, April 22, at the Fillmore Detroit.
On Wednesday, March, 4, Affirmations is hosting a youth leadership and development program. This 16-week program is a chance for LGBTQ youth aged 13-22 to expand their career development skills. Find out more online at [...]
LezRead is a monthly book club hosted by the Jim Toy Community Center in Ann Arbor that is dedicated to connecting queer women over conversation and LGBTQ-focused books. The next scheduled meeting is Sunday, Feb. 23, from 4 to 6 p.m. where this time attendees will discuss not one but two books.
Artist, activist and author Nia King is a journalist and media-maker based in Philadelphia. She's inviting the public to a talk at the Ann Arbor District Downtown Library on Saturday, March 14, from 2 to 3 p.m. about her three-volume book series "Queer & Trans Artists of Color."
In a discussion called Queer Kinship and Family Change in Taiwan, Amy Brainer — the assistant professor of women's and gender studies and sociology at UM Dearborn — assesses clues about how larger social, cultural and political shifts have altered the experiences of LGBTQ people in various age groups. This event will be on Friday, Feb. 21, and hosted by the University of Michigan's Institute for Research on Women and Gender.
Washinton — Last week the Human Rights Campaign Foundation and the Equality Federation Institute released their 5th annual State Equality Index, a comprehensive report detailing statewide laws and policies that affect LGBTQ people and their families, and assessing how well states are protecting LGBTQ people from discrimination. Michigan falls into the category, “High Priority to Achieve Basic Equality.”
So often Valentine's Day centers around giving love to others, but this year a combination event sponsored by The Ruth Ellis Center and Queen of Cups Burlesque flips that idea on its head. The Burlesque: Love Yourself True inaugural event happening this Feb. 14 at The Motown Mansion encourages everyone, and especially women, to take time to love themselves.
Having hit the music world by storm with singles like "1950" and "Talia," King Princess is now touring with her debut album "Cheap Queen." Catch her performance on Friday, Feb. 7, at The Royal Oak [...]
Singer, songwriter, record producer, dancer and actress Ashanti is coming to the MotorCity Casino Hotel Sound Board stage in Detroit. This chart-topping artist made a name for herself with hits like "Foolish," "Rain On Me" [...]
Haled as "Jersey Boys meets West Side Story," "A Bronx Tale" is a Broadway musical hit that takes viewers to the Bronx in the 1960s. There, a young man is "caught between the father he [...]