The WNBA defending champion Seattle Storm handed the Connecticut Sun its first loss of the season as the teams battled into overtime with the Storm winning 90-87. Seattle is 4-1 and Connecticut is 5-1. “We limited their own boards and we outrebounded a team that leads the league in rebounding,”Continue Reading

This June, Procter & Gamble (P&G) and iHeartMedia invite people everywhere to join “Can’t Cancel Pride,” a virtual relief benefit for the LGBTQ+ community, featuring performances and appearances from the most influential voices in the community as well as the biggest names in culture and entertainment. Stars include Bebe Rexha,Continue Reading

Seattle Pride, organizers of the 2021 virtual LGBTQIA+ Pride event (11 a.m. – 5 p.m. on June 26 & 27) has announced the complete stage schedule for the two-day celebration, featuring a diverse array of speakers, performers, activities and activism reflecting this year’s theme Resilience. This year’s musical headliner isContinue Reading

LGBTQ Ugandan activists are mobilizing against the Sexual Offenses Bill 2019 before Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni signs it into law. Members of Uganda’s Parliament caught LGBTQ Ugandan activists off guard with the late-night passage and tweet announcing the lawmakers’ vote May 3. Lawmakers incorporated elements of the former Anti-Homosexuality ActContinue Reading

CBS and Tony Award Productions will celebrate Broadway’s highly anticipated return of live theatre with a multi-platform event, The Tony Awards Present: Broadway’s Back! on Sunday, September 26 (9:00-11:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network and available to stream live and on demand on Paramount+ and the CBS app.Continue Reading

Pride season kicks off with a star-studded weekend (June 4-6) of Revry programing starting with iHeartMedia and P&G’s “Can’t Cancel Pride” concert, a special Director’s Cut screening of But I’m a Cheerleader, and concluding with Revry Presents House of Pride Brought to You by McDonald’s. On June 6, the original Revry Presents House of PrideContinue Reading

The WNBA defending champion Seattle Storm had defeated the Las Vegas Aces four straight games, three in a row last season to win the 2020 crown and the season opener. The last two they won by double digits and after a stellar opening night that saw a team with aContinue Reading