Tyler and Denetta from Cascade Aids Project join us to talk about National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day.
National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day serves to raise awareness of the disproportionate burden of HIV/AIDS among African Americans. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), compared with other racial and ethnic groups, African Americans account for a higher proportion of new HIV infections, those living with HIV, and those ever diagnosed with AIDS.
Opens this Friday at Clinton Street Theater! Tix & Show Times Here.
Adam is your average working-class guy living in small-town America. He’s an auto mechanic who spends his free time with his tight-knit band of bros, Chris, Nick and Ortu, with whom he does everything—poker, video games, shooting hoops, getting drunk and meeting women. But there is something about Adam that even his friends don’t know. He is not that interested in women. When he comes out, sort of by accident but not really, his best friend Chris promises him that nothing will change but, of course, some things do. After the initial shock, the boys quickly come around to the fact that Adam is still the same dude, but when his double date with Chris ends disastrously, a drunken misunderstanding threatens to derail the group’s entire dynamic. Fourth Man Out is a feel-good buddy comedy with plenty of heart that focuses on the growing pains and ultimate strengths of of friendship.
Aquarius-born are shy and quiet, but on the other hand they can be eccentric and energetic. Come expend some energy with fellow Aquarians and friends of.
A night of drinks, dance (DJ Tronic in the mix), prize draws, and fun surprises! We’ll have cake too, plus a toast to Munro & all other ‘water bearers’ who come to celebrate!
Drink specials from Hood River Distillers, of which a portion will go to support LGBTQ Community Radio! RSVP on FB here, or just show up Saturday, January 30th from 7:30 PM at Scandals 1125 SW Stark in downtown Portland, OR