There is a an exciting piece of gay Halifax history that hasn't been documented precisely, hasn’t been composed as a single story.
If you love Rocky Horror, go. If you've never seen Rocky Horror, have a watch party first, and go.
A photographic exploration of rescue dogs and their Q families is coming to Halifax, with an accompanying photo shoot for locals.
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MasQueerade is a licensed charity costume ball for the 2SLGBTQIA+ community, with cash prizes for best costumes, a door prize draw, a sober space and chill lounge, benefitting the AIDS Coalition of Nova Scotia.
The Halifax Pride Parade will be returning on July 16 at a new time, noon, and with it will come a new route.
Leonard "Len" Keith and Joseph "Cub" Coates grew up in the rural New Brunswick village of Havelock in the early 20th century. The two were neighbours, and they clearly developed an inseparable relationship.
Thatz Showbiz is hosting classes for performers of trans* or lgbtq+ experience.
"PIE Day" is the United Church's celebration of the Q community. This year, Halifax's St John's United Church has scheduled five days, March 10th - 14th, of cultural exchange, sharing and fun.
Transgender classical music composer Hope Salmonson's song, titled ‘At a Dinner Party’ published & performed.