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Friday, 16 September 2011 16:42

Sappho: The Tenth Muse

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Dear Sappho,

Plato referred to Sappho as the "tenth Muse" in Greek mythology. The Muses are nine goddesses who embody the evocation of myth, inspiration, music, poetry, art and dances. Who are the other Nine Muses?


Marking the 25th Anniversary of the GLBT Historical Society, the dream of opening a museum dedicated to the GLBT culture has come true. The first of its kind in the United States, the GLBT History Museum is now open at 4127 18th Street (between Castro and Collingwood). The museum includes 1,600 square feet of gallery and program space built to the specifications of the Historical Society, with custom fixtures, lighting and multimedia installations reflecting professional standards. The museum will features two debut exhibitions: In the main gallery, "Our Vast Queer Past: Celebrating GLBT History," curated by historians Gerard Koskovich, Don Romesburg and Amy Sueyoshi; and in the front gallery, "Great Collections of the GLBT Historical Society Archives."

Friday, 10 December 2010 18:09

TIM CANTOR: PIECES UNIQUE: The Selfless Ballerina

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The_Selfless_BallerinaI remember how I was, before we met that day

Wandering, staggering, stressed out in every way

Obligations of my age, were biting at my sight

Wistful ways of thought, were lost within that fight

So she tied a rope to me

And she held in her hand

Dream on

She said

Dream on

I will be here when you land

She shouldered all my doubt, she adopted all my needs

She carved my wishful route, right through those blinding weeds

She took away my fears, and embraced them as her own


Tuesday, 05 October 2010 22:20

Margaret Cho Performed Suicide Prevention

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After her dance performance in "Dancing with the Stars', Margaret Cho spoke about suicide prevention for LGBT youth.

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