In 2015, the International Court System, the governing body of organizations like the Imperial Court of the Rocky Mountain Empire, will celebrate its 50th year. Started by San Francisco’s Emperor I Jose Juilio Sarria, a World War II veteran, courts are registered nonprofits or foundations that raise money explicitly to redistribute it to other nonprofits and community members as grants and scholarships.
If Jane Austen’s Dashwood sisters are character studies of head and heart, Act I and Act II of Sense & Sensibility, The Musical can just as easily be studied as what makes a good musical – and what doesn’t.
If Jane Austen’s Dashwood sisters are character studies of head and heart, Act I and Act II of Sense & Sensibility, The Musical can just as easily be studied as what makes a good musical – and what doesn’t. Overall, the world premiere of Sense at The Stage Theatre at the Denver Center for Performing Arts is [...]
Be prepared. For anything.
That’s the advice from half a dozen gay rights activists from across the nation who have been where Colorado’s gay and lesbian community is about to find itself: on the winning side of a long-fought political battle for relationship recognition.
Gov. John Hickenlooper is expected to sign into law the Colorado Civil Union Act. The new law, which will go into effect May 1, will establish most of the rights and responsibilities of marriage for same-sex couples.
The Denver County Clerk and Recorder office is preparing to open at midnight May 1 to begin issuing civil union licenses to Colorado same-sex couples, Out Front has confirmed. Clerk and Recorder Debra Johnson said her office has been coordinating with the state’s largest LGBT advocacy group One Colorado to make the new relationship recognition [...]