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Hotspots! Happening Out Celebrates Women’s History Month

Upcoming Events

In honor of Women’s History Month, The Hotspots! Happening Out Art Gallery with Dennis Dean and Arts United presents a Celebration of Women Artists and Art selected, curated, and juried by local women community leaders.
The Women: Power Imagined exhibit will showcase the talents of women artists with two events open to the public: the Opening Reception on Saturday, March 4th from 6 to 9pm and our Artists Showcase that features a diverse display of artistic expression on Sunday, March 19th from 5 to 8pm.
So often in LGBTQ+ communities, we see the G prioritized leaving little room for anyone else in funding, in resources, in politics, in leadership, in attention.
During Women’s History Month, join Hotspots! Happening Out for a conversation with LBTQ+ women on existing in an LGBTQ+ world… when you’re NOT gay.
Hosted by FayWhat??, from Happening Out Television Network, and featuring business owners, community leaders, educators and other LBTQ+ women, we’re getting real about true diversity and inclusion.
Join us at Hotspots! Happening Out Art Gallery with Dennis Dean on Saturday, March 25 at 7 pm for a night of laughs with Funny Girl Natt & her Lovely Ladies of Comedy Headliner Abby Ballin, Comedian Brooke Cartus & Special Guest Priscilla Blanco. Doors open at 7:00 p.m. & showtime at 7:30 p.m.
$5 cash at the door includes 1 drink. Register online for an extra (comp) drink!😋

The Women: Power Imagined Exhibit Opening Reception – PHOTOS

Why Madonna Still Matters to the LGBTQ+ Community

On January 17, Madonna announced her first retrospective hits tour, with the first tickets going on sale a whole three hours later. “Take my money!” gays often say when their divas pull up with fresh product. But nobody is happier to take it than Madonna, our favorite ’80s capitalist turned ’90s kabbalist turned ’20s TikTokateur.

For many Madonna fans — we were stans before stans were stans — confirmation of The Celebration Tour represents a long-awaited movement from Madonna toward unapologetically embracing her feel-good musical legacy. It’s a huge change for an artist whose concessions on the dance floor have been many, but whose approach to touring has been to focus on what’s new and to dole out what’s the opposite of new judiciously, even stingily.