Anti-Lovers Valentines Day Bash

Are you over Valentine’s day? Are you over the lovey-dovey kiss-kiss? Then this is the perfect cure to you diaper wearing cherub blues. Join hosts Jezzi Bell Devine and Anita Minett for the Anti-Lovers Bash on Saturday, February 23rd from 8 pm to midnight at VFW Post 160 (2597 Dorsey Road, Glen Burnie). An amazing cast of performers will turn out the party and show how they feel about love, inspired by the words of the Tina Turner song, “What’s love got to do with it?” A 50/50 raffle and door prizes will add to the fun. The event cover […]

High Court Lifts Trump’s Military Trans Ban Injunction

On January 22nd, the Supreme Court’s five conservative justices voted to lift an injunction that had been placed by lower courts on the Trump administration’s policy banning many transgender people from military service. This grants the administration a temporary win and allows the military to proceed with the ban’s implementation. The policy reverses a 2016 policy of the Obama administration, which allowed all transgender service members to serve openly. The new policy is complex, and generally prohibits transgender people from military service, but does make exceptions for those already serving openly, or those who are willing to serve “in their […]

Brother Help Thyself Celebrates 40 Years of Support

Brother Help Thyself (BHT) invites you to join them on Saturday, February 2nd from 7 to 10 pm at Baltimore’s historic Belvedere Hotel (1 East Chase Street, Baltimore) as they celebrate 40 years of providing grants to 501(c)(3) non-profits who serve the LGBTQ / SGL and HIV communities in Washington, DC, and Baltimore. The theme for the event is “A Dressier Affair” and those attending are encouraged to dress to impress! The event will commemorate the organizations history, and former board members, and longtime supporters will be welcomed back to present award checks for the 2018 grant cycle totaling over […]

Winter Outreach: January Lunch Patrol

Join B and Dee’s Baltimore Love at 1 pm on Sunday, Jan. 27, 2019, for January’s Winter Outreach edition of Lunch Patrol, to help distribute brown bag lunches to the area homeless.  They are delivered on foot and by vehicle.  People of all ages are encouraged to participate.  Volunteers meet up at 620 Fallsway in Baltimore, under the Jones Falls Expressway, then are sent to different areas.  For more information, visit their Facebook event page at Please follow and like us:

Vendors and Variety Vulnerary

Are your duds feeling dull?  Do your pasties lack pop?  Want to shop for unique handmade creations from local artists?  Want to have some raucous fun?  Then make time on Jan. 27, 2019 to visit Vendors and Variety Vulnerary, a one of a kind event at Creative Labs, 1786b Union Ave. in Baltimore.  They are still welcoming performers and volunteers, so there are lots of opportunities to join in! Earlier in the day, beginning at 1 p.m., the event will feature a vendor market that will include a wide range of items, including leather goods, drawings, costumery, jewelry, quilts, clothing […]

Tea Dance in the Calvert Ballroom

Hostess Brie DeVine invites you to the Lord Baltimore Hotel, 20 W. Baltimore Street in Baltimore for their monthly Tea Dance.  Spend a fun filled Sunday evening from 4 to 8 p.m. in the Calvert Ballroom.  A cast of talented Queens will be there for your entertainment, along with booty shakin’ music by DJ Ryan DoubleYou.  This event is not to be missed!  This month’s party will be a fundraiser for the LGBT Health Resource Center of Chase Brexton Health Care.  Donations will be collected at the door.  There is no set amount, just give what you can.  For more […]

Royal Pride of Nations Chooses It’s Miss Maryland

The new and growing pageant circuit, Royal Pride of Nations, will choose a new Miss Maryland on Jan. 26, 2019.  The pageant will feature the step-down of the reigning Miss Maryland, Gabrielle Remsen Ruby, as well as featured entertainer Jazmine Sephora, and will be hosted by Erika Chloe Adams.  Doors open at 3 p.m., and the event begins at 4 p.m., at Club Bunns, 606-608 W. Lexington Street in Baltimore.  Tickets are $22.29 in advance, and available online at  Tickets will be $25 at the door.  For more information visit their Facebook event page at Please follow and […]

Sexual Health Within Our Communities Forum

AIDS Action Baltimore invites you to join them as they host a presentation by Simone Sawyer, MSPH candidate and Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health Research Assistant at the Center for Child and Community Health Research, who will share information about Sexual Health Within Our Communities: The Understanding Sexual Health in Networks (USHINE) Study by Johns Hopkins Medicine. The forum will be held on Jan. 30, 2019, from 6:30 to 8 p.m. at the Waxter Center, 1000 Cathedral Street, at the corner of Cathedral and Eager Streets in Baltimore.  Dinner will be served, so you are asked to please […]

Gentlewomen Making POWERFUL FILMS

 All self-identified black femmes and those who love them are invited to attend a special film screening from 5 to 8 pm on Sunday, January 20th at the Creative Alliance (3134 Eastern Avenue, Baltimore). “Taste Test” will be an evening of short films created by and for black femmes. The evening is a precursor, an appetizer if you will, to the main event: the opening of submissions to the second annual Black Femme Supremacy Film Fest in 2019. They imagine the black femme as a global protagonist, and universal archetype. “The Black Femme Supremacy Film Fest is for black femme […]

Winter Blues Happy Hour With JPride Baltimore

JPride Baltimore, Baltimore’s Jewish LGBTQ social and service organization, will be hosting a Winter Blues Happy Hour on Thursday, January 17th, from 5:30 to 7:30 pm at Topside of Mount Vernon, a rooftop restaurant and garden bar, on the 15th floor of Hotel Revival (612 Cathedral Street, Baltimore). Hang out for schmoozing, mixing, and mingling, board games, and some fancy drinks. For more info, visit the Facebook event page at   Please follow and like us: