CGVA only offered spring and fall seasons at the time, but Speciale formed his own summer league, which has evolved into the many leagues Dive currently offers.
More than 30 local performers and artists will perform at Tracks on April 27 for Flame 2014, a Colorado queer music and art festival to raise funds for local charities.
The Dive Volleyball and Sports Center (Dive) is the city’s newest sports facility focused on providing competitive and fun indoor volleyball for all. Dive was established by Shane Speciale, a long-time Colorado resident whose background in the IT field includes the successful founding of his own public health software development company.
Denver is celebrating 20 years of Dining Out for Life, a day where 25 percent of proceeds from food sales in 60 cities across North America specifically for agencies helping people with HIV or AIDS. Here in the Denver/Boulder area the proceeds benefit Project Angel Heart. With more than 250 locations to choose from, diners […]
Gregory Hinton is trying to preserve LGBT history — one keepsake at a time. Starting with projects small projects like getting the t-shirts from the movie Brokeback Mountain into the Autry National Center, an American West museum in Los Angeles and moving onto projects like bringing the Gay Rodeo’s history into museums Hinton has now set his sights on the Front Range, starting with Out Front.
Denver’s gay and lesbian soccer club, The Goal Miners, are gearing up for the outdoor spring season
To a create a place where LGBT students can truly feel they belong, Highlands United Methodist Church in Denver is presenting their third annual Born This Way Ball, a non-religious and welcoming event for grades 7-12
Philanthropy Ventures, LLC from Denver will be launching the new EqualityCard on Feb. 24, a project that will allow anyone to donate money to an LGBT organization of their choice, simply by using a credit card.
For LGBT people struggling to find friends outside bars, one website has an eloquent solution: a space where social groups and clubs can list their events to the public, and invite them to join.
For 30 years, the Denver Colorado AIDS Project (DCAP) has been a fighting force in Colorado for the more than 16,900 people diagnosed with HIV since 1982.