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  • Silver Circle will be coming to the belly of the beast, the same place the entire movie is set! This premiere is going to be visited by liberty orgs and hopefully some politicians in the area! (We’ve extended an invitation to Bernanke…I hope he’s free).

    Showtimes are in! 7pm – Friday will have a Q&A with the director and an after party at:

    Bailey’s Pub & Grille
    4238 Wilson Boulevard
    Arlington, VA 22203 (right on the other side of the mall)

    Friday: 2:20, 4:40, 7:00, 9:10

    Saturday: 12:10, 2:20, 4:40, 7:00, 9:10

    Sunday: 12:10, 2:20, 4:40, 7:00

    Monday-Thursday: 2:20, 4:40, 7:00

    About Silver Circle:
    It’s 2019. The dollar is dead. The Federal Reserve brutally clings to the power it has gathered for more than a hundred years. Zoe Taylor stands in their way, with a cunning plan, a scrappy group of Rebels, an insider’s help, and a competing currency made of pure silver. Do she and the Rebels have what it takes to destroy the tyrannical Fed?

    Join us at the Regal Cinema in the Ballston Mall on April 12-18th for multiple showtimes (Details TBA) everyday!

    If you’re interested in collaborating with us to have your meet-up or organization sponsor a night, contact Megan@SilverCircleMovie.com!

    We’ll have special events planned as time gets closer and tickets will be available soon.

671 N. Glebe RoadArlington, Virginia 22203

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Stonewall Darts

League Info: Stonewall Darts is an LGBTQ & Ally community-based, non-profit sports league that strives to raise funds for local non-profit organizations. Our league values each player for who they are and what they bring to the league’s community.
Our Vision: We believe every person should have the ability to feel comfortable being oneself in organized sports. Our league will value each player for who they are and what one brings to the league’s community. We also believe organized communities have the ability and responsibly to support others in need.
Our Mission: To provide an inclusive, low-cost, high FUN darts league that is managed as a non-profit with a philanthropic heart.
Each team will be competing on behalf of a charity of their choice.
General Information:
• Day: Thursdays
• Times: Games start at 7:00pm.
• Location: Mova Lounge, 2204 14th ST NW (14 & W).
• Winter 2013 Start Date: January 31st | End Date: March 21st
• Opening Party and T-Shirt Pick-up: Saturday January 26th
• Play-offs: Saturday March 23rd
• Teams Sizes: 4-6 players (6 players recommended)
• Maximum Number of Teams: 12 teams
Registration Information: • Open Registration (for ALL) $30 : Wednesday January 2nd – January 13th
• Registration Closes: Sunday January 13th 5pm OR as soon as we reach 72 players
Registration – Team Information: • How to become a team?
When players sign-up, they should choose a group or create a group. When a group reaches 4 players (paid & approved), the group will be promoted to team status. The first 12 groups to get 4 players become teams in the season. Groups that do not advance to the 12 teams will be placed in free agent status for selection.
Season Schedule: • Game Days: Thursdays starting at 7pm beginning January 31st through March 21st at Mova Lounge
• Opening Mixer/T-Shirt Pick-up: Weekend of January 26th at Mova Lounge (More details to come)
• Darts 101 Clinic will be provided at the Opening Mixer and prior to the first game
• Mid-Season Event: Save the Date: Weekend of February 23rd (More details to come)
• Closing Party/Awards and Charity Presentations: Save the Date – Weekend of March 23rd (More details to come) 
Generously Sponsored by:
Stay Connected:
Questions/comments:
· Email us at stonewalldarts@gmail.com
Disclaimer: • Play, drink and have fun at your own risk.
• All players will be required to sign a Liability Waiver before playing.
• Neither Stonewall Darts nor our sponsors are responsible for a player actions
Stonewall Darts Crew: • Stonewall Darts Board and Officers:
o President – Austin Henderson
o V. P. – David Mazzulla
o Secretary – Lane Hudson
o Treasurer – Tarik Pierce
o Chair of Special Events – Chelsea Severson

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Doggy Style

Saturday Meet-Up:  National Arboretum 

We’re out there yapping!

Dear Bruce Majors and Unknown,

Directions

We’ll meet in the parking lot by the R St (NE) entrance of the National Arboretum at 1:00 p.m. EST.  This is the lot by R Street and Hickey Lane.  We’ll wait there for 10-15 minutes for folks to show up, and then walk around the grounds of the National Arboretum.  2371 R Street Northeast, Washington, District of Columbia is a residential address right near the entrance in question.  Here is the meeting location on Google Maps.

As usual, we will wait there for 10-15 minutes for folks to show up, and then explore the Arboretum.   For additional information on the National Arboretum, check out the USDA’s website on the National Arboretum here.  Look for two Manchester Terriers (black and tan) and their owner Rusty.  If you are running late, but still trying to meet-up you can call or text Rusty at 202-210-2412.

Weather

Tomorrow is supposed to be in the mid-90s so plan accordingly!  If you decide to come out, please bring a lot of water for your dog(s).  The National Arboretum offers plenty of shaded areas to escape the sun, but with this muggy heat sometimes staying in the shade brings little relief.  Hopefully we will be able to find areas of the Arboretum with access to the Anacostia River to let the little ones take a dip!

 

Upcoming Events

Please check out the calendar of upcoming events on the website!  Not only are we planning on continuing the Saturday park walks on a weekly basis, but also we are planning to expand a little bit into events on other days of the week and at other times to provide members with more flexibility!  If you have additional event ideas, please let Val or Rusty know.

List of Upcoming Meet-Ups

Tuesday, July 31 Yappy Hour at Larry’s Lounge
Saturday, August 4 Milkhouse Ford (Rock Creek)
Saturday, August 11 Fort Mahan Park
Thursday, August 16 Yappy Hour at the Banana Café
Saturday, August 18 Capital Crescent Trail
Saturday, August 25 Kenilworth Aquatic Gardens
Tuesday, August 28 Yappy Hour at La Frontera Cantina
Saturday, September 1 Rock Creek Park

 

Update Your Membership Information

If the salutation of this message reads “Dear [Your name] and Unknown“, this means that your user information needs to be updated to include the names and birthdays of your dogs.  Please take the time to update your contact information if you have not done so already!

Doggy Profiles

We are planning to expand the Doggy Profiles with a questionnaire for members to fill-out.  The idea is to have an occasional dog featured on the website and in a newsletter similar to the MetroWeekly’s Cover Boy.  Please be on the look out for that in the coming months!

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LGBT Doggy Style Etiquette

Attendance at an LGBT Doggy Style: DC event means you agree to these basic Rules!

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D.C. Mayor Gray calls Catania remarks ‘nonsense’

By Phil Reese on June 7, 2012 @WashingtonBlade.com

Mayor Vincent Gray spoke at the Pride week LGBT town hall on Thursday. (Washington Blade photo by Michael Key)
D.C. Mayor Vincent Gray took a shot at gay Council member David Catania during a Pride town hall event Thursday.
A day earlier, Catania said in a televised interview that Gray should resign if he fails to tell all he knows about allegations of improprieties in his 2010 mayoral campaign.
He told Fox 5 news, ”The time has come … for the mayor to provide answers to the questions that people have regarding his campaign or return as a private citizen and address those issues,” said Catania.
“I don’t want to respond to that kind of nonsense,” the mayor said when asked by the Blade’s Lou Chibbaro Jr. about Catania’s remarks. ”David Catania makes comments at times that are ridiculous.”
The reception and town hall, which took place at the Charles Sumner School in Washington, D.C., also saw the swearing in of members of the Mayor’s LGBT Advisory Committee. The event was sponsored by Capital Pride, the Washington Blade, the Victory Fund and the Crew Club.
“We want to get them sworn in tonight,” Mayor Gray said in announcing the new members of the committee after an introduction by the mayor’s GLBT liaison, Jeffrey Richardson. “Because we want them to take this seriously. This is serious work.”
“People can step back for a minute,” the mayor said in response to a question about the resignation and indictment of City Council Chair Kwame Brown. “The city is doing extremely well.”
The mayor said he was shocked and saddened by the resignation but said the scandal would not impact city services. He rattled off a list of accomplishments during his tenure as mayor, including posting a budget surplus, lower unemployment and a reduced number of homicides.
“We are a resilient city,” the mayor said, saying the District is adding 1,000 new residents each month. “Our city is in great shape.”
“I was stunned and I was sad to learn what was revealed,” the mayor said of the resignation of his longtime friend, but assured residents the city was on the right track.
The mayor also answered questions from the Blade about President Obama’s support of marriage equality as well as the impending Maryland referendum on same-sex marriage.
The mayor also spoke extensively of his pride over the District playing host to the International AIDS Conference, being held in the United States for the first time in two decades. He also said he was not prepared to make any statements about running for mayor again in 2014.
“We will be able to showcase what we are doing in the District of Columbia itself,” the mayor said, saying the conference will be an opportunity for AIDS/HIV researchers and advocates to advance the science of HIV prevention and care. “We are doing a lot.”
The comments came after a line of questioning about the rising HIV rates among gay men in the District of Columbia.
During an audience question and answer session immediately following the interview, trans advocate Ruby Corado thanked the mayor for his support.
“Since you’ve been mayor a lot of LGBT activists can sleep a little better,” said Corado, whose Casa Ruby recently opened catering to the Latino LGBT community. “As a trans activist, I certainly sleep a lot better.”
The members of the committee sworn in Thursday night are:
  • Andrew Barnett – Executive Director Sexual Minority Youth Assistance League
  • Gregory A. Cendana – Executive Director of Asian American Labor Alliance
  • Wesley D. Thomas – Dentist, U.S. Department of Defense & board member, Whitman-Walker Health
  • Brittany E. Walsh – Program Manager, LIFT-DC
  • Ryan C. Wilson – Trial Attorney, U.S. Department of Justice, Civil Rights Division
  • Lester Johnson – President, Team DC Executive Council
  • Kareem Murphy – Partner, Ferguson Group & Member, Metropolitan Community Church Public Policy Team
  • Megan Wallace – Principal, Wallace Law, LLC,
  • Matthew Leblanc – Program Coordinator, LGBTQ Resource Center, Georgetown University
  • Savanna Wanzer – Founder of Capital Trans Pride 2007 & Board member Whitman Walker Health
  • Iden McCollum – Founder and Executive Director of the Ida Mae Campbell Foundation
  • Ronald L. Swanda – Aging Advocate
  • Dr. Imani Woody – Chair, SAGE Metro DC
  • Khadijah Tribble – Director of Operations for the Not-for-Profit Hospital Corporation’s Infectious Diseases Care Center & Principal, of Trifecta Consulting Group
  • Julius Agers – Two-Spirited American Indian and Transgender Advocate
  • Courtney Snowden – Principal, Raben Group
  • David Perez – President, Board of the Latino GLBT History Project & Director of Development for the League of United Latin American Citizens
  • June Crenshaw – Chair of the Board of Rainbow Response Coalition (RRC)
  • Barbara Ann Helmick – Deputy Chief of Staff for Citizen Outreach for The Public Interest Network (appointed as Vice Chair of Mayor’s GLBT Advisory Committee)
  • Earl Fowlkes – President/CEO of the International Federation of Black Prides (IFBP) – Appointed as Chair of Mayor’s GLBT Advisory Committee

(Washington Blade photo by Michael Key)

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Pride Calendar 2012

Have a gay pride event you want listed?  Just post the info in the comments section, we’ll check it out and add it to the calendar!

May 30, Washington DC.  Gay Pride Heroes Gala and Silent Auction. 6:00 pm

May 30 Latino Gay Pride Fair 7:00 pm


June 7. Washington DC. Log Cabin Pride Social.  1701 16th Street NW.
June 10.  Washington DC.  Capitol Pride.  Gary Johnson tabling.  7th and Pennsylvania Avenue NW.
June 18-24.  PorcFest.  Lancaster, NH.
Gay and bi friendly libertarian Woodstock.


Late May to early June: Baltic Gay Pride/Lithuania Gay Pride/Estonia Gay Pride/Latvia Gay Pride (held in Riga, Latvia this year).
Late May to Early June: Bucharest Gay Pride/Romania Gay Pride.
Late May to Early June: Cork Gay Pride (Ireland).
Late May to early June: Dresden Gay Pride (Germany).
Late May to Early June: Kitchener Gay Pride/Tri-Pride Cambridge-Kitchener-Waterloo (Ontario).


June 23.  Chesapeake, MD.  Sunset River Pride Cruise. http://www.chesapeakepridefestival.org/id62.html

Early June: Buffalo Gay Pride.
Early June: Rome Gay Pride.
Early June: Fresno Gay Pride.
Early June: Honolulu Gay Pride.
Early June: Kansas City Gay Pride.
Early June: Queens Gay Pride.
Early June: Sacramento Gay Pride.
Early June: Santa Cruz Gay Pride.
Early to mid-June: Blackpool Gay Pride.
Early to mid-June: Bordeaux Gay Pride (France).
Early to mid-June: Boston Gay Pride.
Early to mid-June: Brooklyn Gay Pride.
Early to mid-June: Des Moines Gay Pride.
Early to mid-June: El Paso Gay Pride.
Early to mid-June: Edmonton Gay Pride (Alberta).
Early to mid-June: Indianapolis Gay Pride.
Early to mid-June: Kalamazoo Gay Pride (MI).
Early to mid-June: Milan Gay Pride (Italy).
Early to mid-June: Milwaukee Gay Pride.
Early to mid-June: Newark Gay Pride.
Early to mid-June: Olympia Gay Pride (WA).
Early to mid-June: Philadelphia Gay Pride.
Early to mid-June: Pittsburgh Gay Pride.
Early to mid-June: San Antonio Gay PrideFest.
Early to mid-June: Spokane Gay Pride (WA).
Early to mid-June: Tulsa Gay Pride.
Early to mid-June: Warsaw Gay Pride (Poland).
Early to mid-June: York Gay Pride (Ontario).
Mid- to late June: Baltimore Gay Pride.
Mid- to late June: Berlin Gay Pride.
Mid- to late June: Bisbee Gay Pride (AZ).
Mid- to late June: Boise Gay Pride.
Mid- to late June: Calderdale Gay Pride (UK).
Mid- to late June: Columbus Gay Pride (OH).
Mid- to late June: Denver Gay Pride.
Mid- to late June: Hamilton Gay Pride (Ontario).
Mid- to late June: Kingston Gay Pride (Ontario).
Mid- to late June: Lancaster Gay Pride (PA).
Mid- to late June: Lyon Gay Pride (France).
Mid- to late June: Memphis Black Gay Pride.
Mid- to late June: Nashville Gay Pride.
Mid- to late June: Zagreb Gay Pride (Croatia).
Mid- to late June: Zurich Gay Pride/Christopher Day Street Zurich/Switzerland Gay Pride.

June 2012 (exact dates TBD)

CHICAGO, ILLINOIS LATINO PRIDE*
ORGULLO EN ACCION LATINO
LGBTQQ Pride Picnic at Humboldt Park

http://www.orgulloenaccion.org

June 1 – 2, 2012

ALBANY, NEW YORK
SAY IT LOUD!: BLACK & LATINO GAY PRIDE

Contact: Jasán Ward – 518-432-4188
info@inourownvoices.org
http://www.blackandlatinogaypride.com

June 6 -12, 2012

PORTLAND, OREGAN
PORTLAND BLACK PRIDE

Contact: Khalil Edwards – 503 752 5766
portlandblackpride@gmail.com
Facebook: Portland Black Pride

June 8, 2012 (Tentative)

WASHINGTON, DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA LATINO PRIDE*
6TH ANNUAL DC LATINO PRIDE Presented by the Latino GLBT History Project (LHP)

Contact: David M. Perez – 202-670-5547
DPerez@LatinoGLBTHistory.com
http://www.LatinoGLBTHistory.org

June 14 – 17, 2012

MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE
MEMPHIS TN BLACK PRIDE

Contact: Anthony Hardaway – 901-522-8459
hardawayarg@yahoo.com
http://www.brothersunited.com

June 22 – 24, 2012

NEW YORK (HARLEM), NEW YORK
HARLEM PRIDE 2012

Contact: Michael Hodge – 347-846-0362
P. O. Box 157, New York, NY 10037
mhodge@harlempride.org
http://www.harlemprdie.org

June 22 – 25, 2012

COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA
SOUTH CAROLINA BLACK PRIDE

Contact: Dean Edwards
P.O. BOX 8191, Columbia, SC 29202
info@southcarolinablackpride.com
http://www.southcarolinablackpride.com
http://www.facebook.com/southcarolina.blackpride

Portland – 7 June

Celebrate the Bearpocalypse in Portland, OR

San Francisco – 17 June

Phattest Events presents: Pre-Pride 2012

Fort lauderdale – 21 June

Non-profit convention for mature men and their admirers

San Francisco – 24 June

Official Bear and Chub Pride Event for San Francisco Pride 2012
Late June: Chicago Gay Pride.
Late June: Cleveland Gay Pride.
Late June: Houston Gay Pride.
Late June: Paris Gay Pride.
Late June: St. Louis Gay Pride.
Late June: Santa Fe Gay Pride.
Late June: Seattle Gay Pride.
Late June: Wichita Gay Pride.

June 28-July 1. Chicago.  Windy City Black Pride.  http://www.windycityblackpride.org/About-Us.html

Late June to early July: Barcelona Gay Pride.
Late June to early July: Helsinki Gay Pride/ Finland Gay Pride.
Late June to early July: London Gay Pride.
Late June to early July: Madrid Gay Pride.
Late June to early July: Toronto Gay Pride.

July 8-15.  Rural NE Maryland.  IMEN gay male nudist retreat (!). http://www.imeninc.org/  (For when you have a lot to be proud of!)
July 19-22.  Portland, Oregon.  Latino Pride.  http://latinogaypridepdx.com/
July 20-22.  San Diego, CA.  Gay Pride.  Stonewall Rally  http://sdpride.org/
July 17.  San Diego, CA.  Gay Pride Festival.  http://sdpride.org/
July 19.  Fargo, Minnesota. 5K run Fargo-Moorehead Pride.  http://www.pridecollective.com/fmpride/
July 4 – 8, 2012

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA
PRIDE AND PROMOTE LOS ANGELES

Contact: Kelvin A. Okundaye – 323-285-4225
4859 W. Slauson Avenue, Suite 319, Los Angeles, CA 90056
atbla@atbla.com
wwww.atbla.com

July 13 – 15, 2012

CHARLOTTE, NORTH CAROLINA
CHARLOTTE BLACK GAY PRIDE

Contact: TL Stewart or Jahaan Norvell – 704-890-6302 or 704-953-8813
8429 Ainsworth Street, Charlotte, NC 28216
info@charlotteblackgaypride.com
http://www.charlotteblackgaypride.com

July 14 – 17, 2012

PORTLAND LATINO PRIDE*
PORTLAND LATINO GAY PRIDE

Contact: David Martinez
503- 307-9143
laluchachair@yahoo.com
latinogaypridepdx.com

July 19 – 22, 2012

NEWARK, NEW JERSEY
NEWARK PRIDE

Contact: Perris Straughter, Pride Committee Chair
newarkgaypride@gmail.com
http://www.newarkgaypride.com

July 19 – 22, 2012

RALEIGH, DURHAM & CHAPEL HILL, NORTH CAROLINA
TRIANGLE BLACK PRIDE

Contact: Akil Campbell – 919-233-2044 or 980-229-9468
5000 Sedgewick Drive, Suite C, Raleigh, NC 27616
Akil@TriangleBlackPride.org
TriangleBlackPride.org

July 26 – 29, 2012

DETROIT, MICHIGAN
DETROIT’S HOTTER THAN JULY

Contact: Curtis Lipscomb
KICK, The Center in Detroit, 41 Burroughs Street, Suite 109, Detroit, MI 48202
313-285-9733
curtislipscomb@e-kick.org 
e-kick.org

July 27 – 29, 2012

OAKLAND, CALIFORNIA*

OAKLAND BLACK PRIDE
Contact: Michelle Mitchell – 510-385-2842
6460 Brann Street, Oakland, CA 94605
michellemitchell123@comcast.net

August 5.  Salem, Oregon.  http://www.capitolpride.org/

August 9-12.  Fargo, Minnesota.  Fargo-Moorehead Pride.  http://www.pridecollective.com/fmpride/

August 4.  Annapolis-Edgewater-Mayo Beach, Maryland.  Chesapeake Pride.  http://www.chesapeakepridefestival.org/

Guerneville – 1 August

The biggest, hairiest, beefiest, burliest,
craziest, laziest weekend of BEAR FUNdraising
on the planet! Our 16th Year!
http://www.lazybearweekend.com
August 7-12.  Walhall, MI.  Michigan Womyn’s Music Festival (women only). 

http://www.michfest.com/festival/index.htm

Seattle – 30 August

Labor Day Weekend, August 30th – September 3rd 2012 join us for a Bear Run full of friendly, furry fellas for an XL Weekend adventure. An awesome long weekend is planned, filled with fun events, crazy adventure, great food, belly rubs, and eye candy from

Chicago – 31 August

Chicago is hosting the largest gay big man & admirer event in North America on August 31 – September 3, 2012!

New Orleans – 31 August

4th Annual Bear Pool Party in a saltwater pool, jacuzzi, and other fun play places

August 2 – 5, 2012

ROCHESTER, NEW YORK
MOCHA WEEKEND BLACK PRIDE

Contact: Stephaun Wallace – 585-420-1400
MOCHA Center, 107 Liberty Pole Way, Rochester, NY 14604
info@mochacenter.org

August 3 – 5, 2012

BUFFALO, NEW YORK

MOCHA WEEKEND BLACK PRIDE

Contact: Stephaun Wallace – 716-852-1142
MOCHA Center, 1092 Main Street, Buffalo, NY 14209
info@mochacenter.org

August 3 – 5, 2012

SEATTLE, WASHINGTON
EMERALD CITY BLACK PRIDE

Contact: Austin M. Anderson – 206-461-6910 Ext 231
austin@cschc.org
emeraldcityblackpride.tumblr.com

August 9 – 12, 2012

LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY
KENTUCKY BLACK PRIDE
Contact: Tanya Couch – 502-519-0065
321 Idlewylde Drive Suite 4, Louisville, KY 40206
kgbp@insightbb.com
http://www.kgbpa.com

August 10 – 12, 2012

JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA
JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA BLACK PRIDE, INC

Contact: Willie Kelly – 904-435-4529
jaxbp@aol.com
jaxflblackpride.org

August 10 – 12, 2012

INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA
INDIANA BLACK GAY PRIDE

Contact: Rosalyn Shepherd – 317-694-3482
Indiana Black Pride, Inc., P.O. Box 2985, Indianapolis, IN 46206
IndianaBlackPride@yahoo.com
http://www.indianablackpride.org

August 11, 2012

SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA
MULTICULTURAL EXPLOSION – LGBT COMMUNITY FAIR

Contact: Carolina Ramos & Charles W. Patmon Jr.
619-459-8257 & 619-822-5793

August 17 – 19, 2012

ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI
ST. LOUIS BLACK PRIDE
Contact: Audrey Pearson – 314- 517-1434
beautyfulpple@yahoo.com
http://www.stlouisblackpride.org

August 18, 2012

LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM
UK BLACK PRIDE

Contact: Phyll Opoku-Gyimah
phyll@ukblackpride.org.uk
http://www.ukblackpride.org.uk

August 30 – September 3, 2012

ATLANTA, GEORGIA
IN THE LIFE ATLANTA
Contact: Raymond Duke – 404-872-6410
In The Life Atlanta, 346 Auburn Avenue, NE Suite 126, Atlanta, GA 30312
rduke@inthelifeatl.com
http://www.inthelifeatl.com

September 27 – October 1, 2012

DALLAS, TEXAS
“THE MOVEMENT” DALLAS BLACK PRIDE

Contact: Derrick Spillman – 214-440-9300
3100 Main Street # 15, Dallas, TX 75226
derrickdfwpride@gmail.com or dfwpridemovement@gmail.com
http://www.dfwpridemovement.org

Frisco – 4 October

It’s 2012 and you know that means….Earthquakes, tidal waves and more Pat Robertson telling us it’s our fault. Well, screw her! If 2012 is the end of the world (again), then head to Colorado Oct 4-7th for our biggest, sexiest and Bearist Bear Run ever: E

Florida – 10 October

Join The first Bear Arabia event in Morocco.
Join the many Arab Bears gathering from around in a unique concept and tour around the magical cities of Morocco.
to know more about it, visit http://www.BearArabia.org

October 5 – 8, 2012

BALTIMORE, MARYLAND
BALTIMORE BLACK PRIDE
Contact: Carlton Smith – 443-691-9669
PO Box 23744, Baltimore, MD 21203
info@bmoreblackpride.org
http://www.bmoreblackpride.org

October 11 – 14, 2012

OKLAHOMA, OKLAHOMA*
OKLAHOMA BLACK GAY PRIDE

Contact: Mark Knight – 405-812-4857
oklahomablackgaypride@yahoo.com
http://www.oklahomablackgaypride.com

October 19 – 21, 2012

NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE
NASHVILLE BLACK PRIDE

Contact: Dwayne Jenkins – 615-974-2832
PO Box 68335, Nashville, TN 37206
nashblackpride@aol.com
http://www.nashvilleblackpride.org

from Ft Lauderdale – 10 November

The Tenth Anniversary Sailing… don’t miss it!

New Orleans LA – 25 November

Join Tazbeaux and friends for another fun-filled adventure across the Caribbean. This 2012 cruise visits the exotic tropical ports of Costa Maya MX, Belize City Belize, Isla Roatan Honduras & Cozumel MX.

October 6.  Memphis/Mid-South Pride.  http://www.midsouthpride.org/

October 11-14.   San Diego.  Libertopia.  Counter-cultural libertarians.  www.libertopia.org

November 15 – 18, 2012

JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI
JACKSON BLACK PRIDE
Joseph Lindsey – 601- 957-3625
P. O. Box 4682, Jackson, MS 39296
jlindsey@mbk-inc.org
http://www.jacksonblackpride.org

November 22 – 25, 2012

NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA
NOLA MASQUERADE

Contact: Ryan Rochon – 504-309-9551
admin@nolamasquerade.com
http://www.nolamasquerade.com

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For safety reasons, no White House staff allowed. LGBT Doggy Style: DC Event Reminders More frequent reminders about a single calendar item 1 to 3 days prior to event 2012-04-28 Brookside Botanical Gardens Meet-up Submitted by duncra on Fri, 04/27/2012 – 10:00am Event Reminder Tomorrow, Saturday, April 28, 2012, 1:00 p.m. (EST) BROOKSIDE BOTANICAL GARDENS Brookside Gardens (50 acres) are public gardens located within Wheaton Regional Park, at 1800 Glenallan Avenue, Wheaton, Maryland. The gardens themselves are open daily without charge. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brookside_Gardens

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