Showing posts from August, 2013

Incredible Story Finds A 'Placed Called Home' on the Big Screen

ONE homeless LGBTQ (Lesbian/Gay/Bisexual/Transgender/Questioning) teen dies every FOUR hours on the street. SIX will die today!  "A Place Called Home" by Burning Daylight Productions, Los Angeles, California is a hard hitting drama which is bound to 'set the world on fire'.   "A Place Called Home" is a riveting film inspired by the over 600,000 currently homeless LGBTQ teens and former homeless LGBTQ teens who are part of the more than 9 million 'LGBTQ' adults in America alone and the struggles they endure - sometimes to the point of death -- because of their sexuality.  "Each story is as heartbreaking as the next" explained Sherry Kelly, the film's producer.  "Six homeless LGBTQ teens die on the street every day while politicians and religious groups debate their points of view and justify their appalling decisions. This is the story of anyone who has been discriminated against and hated because of who they are". Set

Cult Icon Sharon Needles Headlines Halloween in Salem

#ScreamOutLoud to feature DJ Jim Clerkin, Scary Mary, ‘Hocus Pocus’ Anniversary tributes Promotional events platform, Go Out Loud , today announced #ScreamOutLoud , an outrageous dance party and concert performance featuring “Hocus Pocus” Anniversary tributes, rock-horror sensation Scary Mary, music by Kiss 108’s DJ Gay Jim Clerkin and headlined by cult icon and “RuPaul’s Drag Race” Season Four Winner, Sharon Needles, premiering at the Hawthorne Hotel’s Grand Ball Room, located at 18 Washington Square W, Salem, MA 01970, on Halloween night, October 31st from 8PM until close. “I had a lot of family that lived in Salem. Unfortunately, they were all burned,” Sharon Needles said. “I’m looking forward to channeling their spirits and rocking this haunted harbor like nothing Salem has ever seen before.” “Salem is undoubtedly the Halloween capital of the world, providing the perfect stage to unleash horror couture icon and international talent, Ms. Needles,” said Go Out Loud CEO and f

Christine Quinn’s Passion Takes Center Stage at NYC Mayoral Debate

by Jonathan D. Lovitz  @jdlovitz New Yorkers want a mayor that embodies their town: strong, resilient, and diverse. Seven candidates vying for the Democratic nomination for Mayor took the stage at Manhattan’s Town Hall theatre Wednesday evening, each proving that they are that living embodiment of those Big Apple ideals. At times heated, at others downright hilarious (primarily during a question about texting-and-driving that left Anthony Weiner speechless as a full house roared with laughter), the debate was proof that each of these candidates posses the hard-as-nails qualities most sought after in a mayor. The topics pressed by the panel of television, radio, and print journalists covered a wide swath of interest to New Yorkers, with everything from healthcare, income inequality, the need for emergency plans, and job creation all up for discussion. Openly gay City Council Speaker Christine Quinn, who had the loudest supporters in the house, continues to be among the most p