Give Them Books This Holiday Season:

“Heather Has Two Mommies” and more

by Chris Narloch

Here are three suggestions for gift giving for that booklover on your holiday shopping list.

 

 

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So much to do, so little time before Christmas! 542

Well, relax, we are here to help.

This is our Holiday Shopping Guide, number two, but this one has even more great ideas than the first, besides Adele's new CD, that will help you find the perfect gift(s). Check it out, Yo. Ho Ho!

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Equality Celebration at the Kings

The Sacramento Kings in conjunction with the Sacramento Rainbow Chamber of Commerce, the Sacramento LGBT Community Center and the Sacramento Gay Men's Chorus, is proud to announce the January 21 Kings Equality Pride Night vs. the Atlanta Hawks.

This special night will not only be fun and exciting, but it is also a fundraiser for these groups, so come on out and enjoy some B-Ball Kings style.

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Sacramento World AIDS Day 2015 Commemoration

Sacramento came together on Dec. 1, World AIDS Day 2015 to remember those lives we as  a community, and generation have lost to this vicious disease, and to celebrate the lives of the long time survivors who are living with HIV/AIDS.  

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Held at the Clunie Community Center in McKinley Park, featured speakers included Mayor Christopher Cabaldon, Dr. Olivia Kasirye, Arturo Jackson, Alexis Gilbert and Nicholaus Johnson. Rob Stewart emceed the event.

 

On World AIDS Day, Much Work Remains

Commentary by Rick Zbur, EQCA

As we mark World AIDS Day today, there is no doubt that it is a time of great promise in the fight against HIV/AIDS. It is also undeniable that much work remains.

Treatments are now available that can stem or even stop the spread of HIV. Living with the virus itself is now a manageable long-term condition rather than a sentence of a slow, lingering, painful death.

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