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2 dead, 14 injured in shooting in Oslo’s gay district

Two people were killed and eight others hospitalized with injuries in a shooting near the London Pub in Oslo, Norway’s gay district early this morning (Saturday, June 25), prompting organizers to cancel the city’s annual Pride parade that had been scheduled for later today. Another 14 people reportedly received minor injuries. According to CNN, police received multiple calls about the shooting at 1:44 a.m. and arrived on scene within minutes. Three minutes after officers arrived, they had...

2 dead, 14 injured in shooting in Oslo’s gay district

Two people were killed and eight others hospitalized with injuries in a shooting near the London Pub in Oslo, Norway’s gay district early this morning (Saturday, June 25), prompting organizers to cancel the city’s annual Pride parade that had been scheduled for later today. Another 14 people reportedly received minor injuries. According to CNN, police received multiple calls about the shooting at 1:44 a.m. and arrived on scene within minutes. Three minutes after officers arrived, they had...

Texas filmmaker premieres LGBTQ+ film Saturday at Oak Cliff Film Festival

The Oak Cliff Film Festival opened Thursday with films screening throughout a variety of venues such as the Texas Theater, Wild Detectives and other locations. Among the movies is Three Headed Beast directed by Dallas native Fernando Andres and Tyler Rugh of Austin. After screenings and positive reviews at Tribeca and San Francisco Film Festivals, the queer-centric film will premiere in Dallas on Saturday. The film summary describes Beast as a story about love, lust, and self-discovery as a...

Speaking up

Community leaders ask Arboretum board members to address discrimination claims Following is a letter, dated June 21, addressed to the directors sitting on the board of the Dallas Arboretum, asking that the board investigate and address charges of racism and anti-LGBTQ discrimination by some Arboretum staff members. The letter is signed by community leaders Resource Center CEO Cece Cox, Equality Texas Foundation Board Chair Steve Atkinson and Resource Center Board President Kate Newman. The...

 

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Guess who’s back

The Strip on Cedar Springs is at the heart of the Oak Lawn Gayborhood, and a new organization call Pride in Dallas, is planning to bring the city’s Pride celebration back here in September.(David Taffet/Dallas Voice) New Pride in Dallas organization aims to bring back a September Pride celebration in the Gayborhood TAMMYE NASH | Managing Editor nash@dallasvoice.com All the folks who have been clamoring for Pride to return to the gayborhood are about to get their wish: A newly-formed...

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Texas filmmaker premieres LGBTQ+ film Saturday at Oak Cliff Film Festival

The Oak Cliff Film Festival opened Thursday with films screening throughout a variety of venues such as the Texas Theater, Wild Detectives and other locations. Among the movies is Three Headed Beast directed by Dallas native Fernando Andres and Tyler Rugh of Austin. After screenings and positive reviews at Tribeca and San Francisco Film Festivals, the queer-centric film will premiere in Dallas on Saturday. The film summary describes Beast as a story about love, lust, and self-discovery as a...