A monthly paper devoted to Chicago's taxicab industry has threatened to out as gay five city aldermen unless their demands are met.
Chicago Gay Men's Chorus ( CGMC ) will expose their biggest and best at CGMC's 7th Annual Big Package Auction featuring special guest hostess, "Miss Richfield 1981" on Saturday, April 5, 2014.
Halsted Vodka: The Spirit of the Gay Community has expanded its brand statewide and more broadly in Chicago following a switch to a new distributor, Stoller Wholesale Wine & Spirits, Inc., on Feb. 18.
Minnesota Rep. Michele Bachmann, a Republican, laments that "the gay community have so bullied the American people."
A housing facility for LGBT seniors officially opened last month in Philadelphia with a giant rainbow bow and a tag that reads "gift to the community."
PrideFest Milwaukee announced its 2014 headliners for what it has dubbed the nation's largest showcase of LGBT talent.
A two-week trial in a case challenging Michigan's ban on gay marriage came to a close Friday with the federal judge overseeing it saying he expects to rule within two weeks.
Chicago LGBT Asylum Support Program (CLASP) had its inaugural press conference March 6 at Broadway United Methodist Church.
A new poll conducted last month found that 64 percent of Iowans either are proud or don't care about gay marriage.
Matt Dooley, the 22-year-old Notre Dame tennis player who came out gay on Monday, says reaction has been "overwhelmingly positive."
Boystown is being eyed for a big upgrade that could include anything from a series of new restaurants to unique and innovative lighting displays as officials plan to transform North Halsted Street.
Center on Halsted rolled out the red carpet for its annual On the Red Carpet Oscars viewing party on March 2. Organizers told ChicagoPride.com it is one of our most successful to date.
Tickets are now available for 2014's Out at Wrigley, the largest annual LGBT sporting event in the country. This year's game is set for Saturday, July 12, when the Chicago Cubs take on the Atlanta Braves in their now-100-year-old ballpark.
General manager Chuck Hyde will be leaving his post at Sidetrack, where he's worked for more than three decades.
"Playing music is such an immersive thing, I feel such a strong sense of flow and satisfaction blasting out high notes with a roaring jazz band."