Monthly Archives: April 2015

Who’s your Daddi? Jack Ingraham’s brave gender transition at almost 60 years old

Until Chaz Bono came out as a transgender man in 2009, transgender people had little-to-no representation in mainstream media. In a 2014 interview with “U.S. News and World Report”, GLAAD’s associate director of entertainment media, Matt Kane said, “What we’ve noticed is that in many

Once lost, now found: One local veteran’s LnFY success story

After the United States military defaulted on their typical false-promises of Veteran’s assistance and support to the new Vets they casually toss into the world without a safety net, military Network Engineer Nathaniel “Nathan” Martin, 24, found himself jobless, broke and homeless – only

Review: Gordon Parks’ “Segregation Story” on exhibit at the High Museum of Art

[flagallery gid=2] Twelve of the over 40 photographs that comprise “Gordon Parks: Segregation Story“, had never been shown publicly until they went on exhibit last fall at Atlanta’s High Museum of Art, an acquisition that has significantly strengthened the museum’s