“I’ve been listening hard and can tell you with authority that I never hear the following phrases uttered in Charlotte,” Charlotte Observer columnist Mark Washburn wrote in July, before proceeding with his list of hilarious snippets very truly never said in Charlotte.
Tuesday is Election Day, and for the first time in a decade, the chances of an openly gay or lesbian candidate being elected to the North Carolina General Assembly are slim to none.
At the day job, one of our continued areas of focus is on HIV/AIDS and its affect on the LGBT community; such has been the case since the newspaper’s founding in 1986, at the height of the 1980s AIDS Crisis.
Back in April — after months of thinking and longtime neglect at the old blog home — I announced I’d begin transitioning away from InterstateQ.com.
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