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New Location For Bunnies On The Bayou 2018


Bunnies On The Bayou Announces New Location For 2018.

(Houston) — Bunnies on the Bayou, one of Houston’s oldest LGBTQ+ non-profits have announced a new location for 2018. The organization holds one of the largest Easter Sunday fundraisers yearly.

Due to Hurricane Harvey, the Easter cocktail party is moving new digs. The Water Works at Buffalo Bayou Park. See the map below for details regarding parking.

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Tickets are available now starting at $39. Visit Bunnies on the Bayou for more details.  http://bunniesonthebayou.org/

2018 Houston Rodeo Tickets On Sale Today!


2018 Houston Rodeo Tickets On Sale Today

(Houston) The 2018 Rodeo Houston entertainment lineup features a mix of country, rock, R&B and Spanish pop artists. Several Rodeo Houston favorites, plus six entertainers new to round stage, will be the first to perform on the new state-of-the-art stage in 2018. Tickets for all Rodeo Houston shows go on sale today.

“In addition to a fantastic entertainment lineup, Rodeo Houston 2018 will feature a brand new, star-shaped stage with top-of-the-line technology that will greatly enhance the presentation and place fans closer to the entertainers inside NRG Stadium,” said Joel Cowley, Rodeo president and CEO. “There’s something fun for everyone at the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo — Houston’s favorite tradition since 1932.”

Tickets are on sale Thursday, Jan. 11, at 10 a.m., through AXS Ticketing via rodeohouston.com. Customers may enter the Online Waiting Room between 9:30 and 9:59 a.m. At 10 a.m., customers in the Waiting Room will be randomly selected to enter the store to purchase tickets.

About Adds New Editors, New Business

2018 Will Bring New Editors Into About Magazine, About Editions, The Magazine’s Publishing Company.

(HOUSTON) – In addition to its new trans-specific content page, About Magazine will be adding two new editors to its staff in 2018. The first of which is Jessica Olsen, who will serve as the assistant editor for About Magazine under editor-in-chief, Anthony Ramirez. The second of which will be Ian Townsley, who will serve as the associate editor for About’s trans-content page, About Trans. Additionally, Ramirez’s publishing company, Black Magic Media, will be absorbed by About Magazine in December. The new publishing company will be a branch of About Magazine, called About Editions.

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Olsen has worked with Ramirez at Black Magic Media as the editor of fiction. Her responsibilities will include content editing and generating creative ideas for new content. Though not LGBTQIA herself, Olsen is an avid supporter of LGBTQIA rights and an ally to the entire community.

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Townsley is an outspoken advocate for the trans community who hosts support groups at the Montrose Center and local churches around Houston. He is also a drag king who performs in and puts on numerous benefits to serve the trans community in obtaining gender-affirmative surgery. Additionally, he has taken on the endeavor of helping trans people legally change their gender status. Syder-Blake himself is an out trans man.

Though Black Magic Media was not strictly LGBTQIA content before (though many of its titles were written by queer writers), it will be after it’s first season of books. The first book, a collection of poetry by Short Story America prize winner Mathieu Cailler (May I Have This Dance?) will be released December 14th, 2017. The remaining books to be published throughout 2018 are How to Break My Neck (Jessica L. Walsh), Heart Radicals (Les Kay, Sandra Marchetti, Allie Marini, and Janeen Rastall), Lifelong Learning (Ezekiel Jarvis), the second edition of Ramirez’s novel Witches of the Deep SouthSpace Baby (Nicole Oquendo), Nesting (Kristen Figgins), Lady Leda’s Dancing Girls (Amber Edmondson), q & a (Steven and Ben Ostrowski), i was born dead (Caseyrenée Lopez), Maleficium (Witches of the Deep South #2 (Ramirez), Naomi and the Reckoning (Christine Stoddard), and Shotgun Mirage (David Rawson).

Mathieu Cailler’s May I Have This Dance can be pre-ordered here.

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About Magazine Announces First Podcast

About That Podcast About Magazine

Dan Cato and Anthony Ramirez will host and produce About’s first podcast, “… About That.”

(HOUSTON) — With the announcement of About Magazine + About News’ new editor-in-chief, Anthony Ramirez, came the announcement of some rebranding to the About platform. As a part of that, Ramirez explained that a large piece of his creative vision would be to extend About into multimedia news and opinions, including video content, podcasts, and more.

The ball has begun to roll on these projects, as Ramirez and Dan Cato (marketing chair and board observer for Pride Houston) will co-executive produce and co-host About’s first podcast, aptly titled, … About That. Cato and Ramirez are friends and colleagues who met working together for Pride Houston. Cato is a graduate of the University of Houston, where he also worked in marketing.

… About That is set to premiere in January of 2018 and promises a relaxed and fluid format. In it, Cato and Ramirez will discuss a wide variety of LGBTQIA topics and issues, including sexual consent, intersectionality, gun control, sex, Pride around the world, Houston’s LGBTQIA history, and much more. Additionally, … About That will serve as a platform for interviewing LGBTQIA leaders, personalities, and citizens from Texas to better provide introspection, enlightenment, and differing opinions.

Cato and Ramirez will begin production of … About That in December, after which a premiere date will be announced via About’s social media platforms. Ramirez states that this is only the first of many new media projects About will be offering in the 2018 year.