Perhaps the Baltimore Book Festival’s tastiest authors—Matt Lewis and Renato Poliafito—will be visiting from their bakery in Brooklyn, N.Y. to share recipes (and samples!) from their latest cookbook, Baked Elements: Our Ten Favorite Ingredients.
Rainbow Over Richmond is a LGBT-themed travel campaign featuring a series of events taking place through October.
Kings Dominion amusement park in Doswell, Va., is hosting their annual Gay & Lesbian Night to support Brother, Help Thyself, an organization that provides support to other LGBT non-profits.
For its 17th year, the Baltimore Book Festival is descending on Mount Vernon the last weekend in September. The festival brings not only authors and books, but also crafts, music, food, and drink.
Roller coasters, Jersey Housewives, drag queens, and deep-fried twinkies of the literal and figurative versions. Sounds like the perfect way to extend your summer season an extra week longer, right?
When it opens its doors this August, the Youth Empowered Society (YES) Drop-In Center will begin providing a safe and accessible space to meet the immediate needs (e.g., hot meals, clothing, hygiene supplies, showers, laundry, storage) of a desperately underserved population in Baltimore: homeless youth and youth at-risk of homelessness between the ages of 14 and 25.
The Youth of the Rainbow (Y-O-R) is a transitional group for LGBTQ youth 24 years and younger. Y-O-R believes that LGBTQ youth should be encouraged to recognize that their sexual orientation and gender identity are only one aspect of their identity.
No matter your age, back to school means the end of summer, a nostalgic time for everyone. So whether you’re heading back to the classroom, off to college, or simply back to the office after a painfully short vacation, check out these back-to-school items for your home, dorm, or desk.
Sufficient As I aM (SAIM) is a support group for LGBTQ youth who are 24 years old and younger. SAIM is primarily a discussion group in which participating youth decide what to talk about. The only rule is to be respectful of others' viewpoints; bullying is not allowed.