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Dallas’ Gayborhood Will Get a Face-Lift
We are really looking forward to the exciting changes coming to the strip! 🏳️🌈 We are also working with Arttitude, a local non-profit that unites communities through artistic endeavors, to put up a large, community-driven mural honoring the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Riots and the trans women of color who on that day catalyzed the queer liberation movement.✊ Look for more information in the coming weeks. Read all about our ‘Face-Lift’ in this article from Dallas Observer.
First LGBT plaque in Texas will stand outside JR.’s on Cedar Springs Road
From DallasVoice.com The first LGBT historical marker in Texas will be unveiled outside of JR.’s Bar & Grill on Wednesday, Oct. 10, at 7 p.m. The project was suggested by Robert Emery and funded by donors through The Dallas Way. In December 2016, at a fundraising brunch at the home of Richard Shampain and Jeff Henderson, 12 people agreed to fund the project. Erin Moore was the first to contribute. She said the amount needed — $1,800 — was small enough it could be raised that afternoon. Moore works for County Commissioner Theresa Daniel and had attended a meeting about placing “Undertold Stories Markers.” She said a number were being approved around the county including one at the Juanita Craft house and one in Little Mexico. continue reading full article at dallasvoice.com
Cedar Springs AIDS mural approaching completion for Pride
From The Dallas Voice: Artist Lee Madrid is working feverishly to finish the Dallas Red Foundation’s AIDS memorial mural in time for Pride. At least major portions of it will be done, he said, and he hopes to have people come and take pictures with it during the parade and have people do some painting on the wall themselves. “Leave your mark on the community,” Madrid said. Volta Voloshin-Smith, who specializes in watercolor illustrations, is helping get the wall ready for Pride. Madrid said they met at Sandwich Hog, where they’ll be creating a mural later this fall. Read the complete article here at DallasVoice.com