Orange is the New Black Actor Laverne Cox Speaks Out for Transgender Workplace Protections
Washington, DC Nov. 1, 2013 –
Today, breakout actor on the Netflix hit series Orange is the New Black joined the National Center for Transgender Equality in pressing for passage of the Employment Non-Discrimination Act (ENDA).
In light of the scheduled votes for ENDA, Cox issued the following statement:
Comic Mike Epps Makes a One Night Stand in Sacramento!
by Colt McGraw
Stand out and standup comedian Mike Epps, is set to hit the BIG stage Saturday, November 2, when Sacramento’s prestigious Memorial Auditorium welcomes his biggest fans biggest for a night of comedy on the edge.
The 42 year old Indiana native will be turning it out for the Sacramento crowd. His explosive comedic roles in feature films are woven throughout popular culture. In 2000 Epps played Day-Day Jones in the blockbuster hit Next Friday and went on to appear in dozens of other films including Dr. Doolittle 2, Resident Evil and The Hangover series.
Greg Louganis & CCAF Raise Money and Hope for HIV Awareness
Drawing from his wealth of experience, Olympic gold medalist Greg Louganis spoke out adamantly against ignorance and prejudice, encouraging people to stand-up against injustice and fight the stigma often associated with HIV/AIDS, at a recent event in Sacramento.
More than 125 people attended An Evening with Greg Louganis, hosted by the Capital City AIDS Fund (CCAF) on September 5 at the Sacramento Hyatt Regency, to hear Louganis speak, and many of them shared with Louganis how he had personally impacted their own journey.
A Trash Film Orgy Halloween at the Crest -- Plus The Shining returns to the big screen
Two movies from the demented mind of Stephen King return to the big screen in Sacramento, just in time for Halloween.
Trash Film Orgy Halloween
Adults only are invited to this annual holiday horror fest, at the Crest Theatre on K Street in Sacramento, which culminates with a Halloween screening of Stephen King’s “Creepshow,” from director George A. Romero.
See A Scary Film This Halloween -- 4 Classic Horror Movies On DVD
by Chris Narloch
If you don’t get a chance to rent these classic horror DVDs this Halloween, I suggest you purchase them for future viewing.
From the House of Wax 3D to Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea, their thrills and chills should give you goose bumps for many haunted holidays to come.
- Commemorating the Fourth Anniversary of the Shepard-Byrd Hate Crime Prevention Act
- Barcelona's AIDS Vaccine 2013 Offers Hope and Identifies Challenges
- Linda Eder performs at Feinstein’s At The Nikko
- Olympian Johnny Weir Retires from Skating
- U.S. Issues Statement on Protecting and Promoting LGBT Rights in Europe
- Data About LGBT Population In New Mexico Released
- The Trevor Project Launches Campaign Encouraging Youth to “Ask for Help”
- LGBT Anti-Bullying Pioneer Aaron Fricke
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