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Army of Nun rings the bell for HIV/AIDS charities

Army of Nun rings the bell for HIV/AIDS charities

Salvation Sisters, Army of Nun December 20, 2014, 8-11:30 pm The Strip, North Main Avenue Bring your pocket change! More information here There’s one thing you need to be a Sister of Perpetual Indulgence and that is this: a calling to help your community. This order of queer nuns does anything and everything to help

The Lion Sings Tonight for AIDS research and support

The Lion Sings Tonight December 15th, Doors: 7 pm, Show: 8pm Cameo Theatre 1123 East Commerce Street $20-$65 Tickets here It’s time to get your hakuna matatas out to the Cameo Theatre for The Lion Sings Tonight: Holiday Edition in support of the San Antonio AIDS Foundation. The family-friendly event brings together 25 professional singers, dancers, and musicians

Mercado de Paz slated for Thanksgiving weekend

Shoppers looking for an alternative to crowded malls and shopping centers will find a unique selection of gifts at the Esperanza Peace and Justice Center’s 25th International Peace Market or Mercado de Paz, slated for Friday, November 28 and Saturday, November 29. For the past 25 years, visitors and local patrons have gathered for the

Coming out for the Holidays

Coming home for the holidays is often believed to be a happy event. There are visions of family gathered around the fire, laughing, and singing. That’s the subject of many a Christmas carol. But, then again, there’s the Christmas song, “Grandma Got Run Over by a Reindeer.” But for many in the LGBT community who