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We chat with DJs Stephan Grondin and Lady McCoy about Montreal’s 2019 Black & Blue!

posted Wednesday, October 2, 2019

by: in Charity, Clubs, Dance, Entertaining, Events, Montreal, Music

One of the biggest annual dance festivals is almost upon us. Montreal’s Black & Blue takes place from October 9th to the 15th. I had the pleasure on chatting with two exciting DJs who will be getting us dancing this year, and I asked them a few questions. DJ Stephan Grondin Stephan Grondin love for music […]

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A chat with Black & Blue as they gear up for a 29th spectacular year!

posted Monday, September 30, 2019

by: in Art, Clubs, Entertaining, Events, Montreal, Music, Queer

On the occasion of the upcoming 29th year of Black & Blue, Montreal’s biggest LGBTQ dance festival, taking place between October 9 and 15, I chatted with President of BBCM Robert J Vezina. Get ready for a great festival eveyone and get your tickets right away. Robert why don’t you give us a quick run […]

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A bright hearted singer Sharon Pereira releases an important song on suicide!

posted Friday, September 20, 2019

by: in Music

I chatted with Sharon back in 2015 when she was releasing her album Perfect Stranger. I right away liked this energetic passionate artist. Sharon Pereira is a 22-year old singer, songwriter and recording artist based in Malta. Having performed in many different venues all her life across Canada, the UK, and Malta, she has developed […]

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Walk with the AIDS Committee of Durham Region! 20 YEARS

posted Tuesday, August 13, 2019

by: in Activism, Charity

I am very excited to be able this tear to do the AIDS Walk in Durham. A number of friends have put a team together, and I am looking forward to a wonderful community day raising money for a still very important cause in our LGBTQ community. The walk takes place at Memorial Park in […]

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Aaron De Sousa releases his “Necessity”!

posted Friday, August 9, 2019

by: in Music

Aaron De Sousa is a singer and songwriter whom I worked with on a very special event in memory of those in our community lost at Pulse/Orlando. We filmed “Cuarenta y Nueve” (49 in Spanish) a very special episode of the community talk show that I host “On the Couch” at Glad day Bookshop, and […]

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For your Pride needs check out the iconic Dudley’s Paint & Decor!

posted Tuesday, June 18, 2019

by: in Business, Pride, Toronto

Dudley’s is as old as our Village. One of the first stores I remember when I lived and worked downtown Toronto at Church and Wellesley intersection. I thought I would have a quick chat with owner Steve Dawson about how ready he is for Pride. What are your plans for Pride 2019 and the rest […]

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Chatting up Striker Sports Bar, and looking at plans for Pride!

posted Friday, June 14, 2019

by: in Clubs, Gaming, Pride, Queer, Sports, Toronto

I love this little bar with a BIG heart. Great food, great drinks, and great vibe, and the owners are friendly and very community oriented. I have enjoyed attending many events there.  Leading up to Pride I thought I would chat with Vince De Carvahlo one of the two owners (co-owner is Oliver Williams). Vince, […]

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A chat with Mariposa Cruises about their upcoming Pride Cruise!

posted Thursday, June 13, 2019

by: in Dance, Entertaining, Events, Outdoors, Pride

One of my highlights of my last year’s pride celebrations was the “Sip and Sail Pride Cruise” by Mariposa Cruises. Great music, great scenery, dancing and laughter, and many smiling faces from our community, made the couple of so hour on the water very enjoyable.  It’s happening again, so needless to say I got my […]

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A lesbian opera at Buddies as part of Pride! Sounds very unique!

posted Wednesday, May 15, 2019

by: in Entertaining, Events, Music, Pride, Toronto

I love theatre and I appreciate opera. So when I was introduced to the creators of this new opera by a business colleague in the LGBTQ community, right away I was intrigued. A lesbian opera I was told, to be staged at Buddies in Bad Times Theatre, during Pride celebrations. Indeed, that sounds like something […]

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Goddess Day, a celebration of women’s artistry in our community March 9!

posted Wednesday, February 20, 2019

by: in Activism, Art, Entertaining, Events, Lesbian, Music, Queer

When I heard that Joie Lamar, best selling author, who has been featured a number of times in the pages of our magazines and on our talk show “On the Couch”, and who I am always proud to call her a good friend, is leading the initiative to launch a day to celebrate women, I […]

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