As we wrap up our 13th year of blogging, it is time to look back at the most frequently read blog posts from 2018. My coverage of violence against LGBTQ people, people of color, and women continue to be among the most often read topics. I’m committed to providing that coverage, but loathe that there […]
My ties to the Post-Gazette run deep. I’ve mentioned that my great-grandfather Gilbert Remley was the Executive Sports Editor, in a career that spanned 50 years and three papers. My family was a newspaper reading family, something inherited from both my maternal and paternal lines. We ‘took’ 2-3 papers and sometimes more each day: the […]
In another bitter blow to journalism in Western Pennsylvania, the Post-Gazette’s new editorial team (based in Toledo, Ohio) are refusing to publish the latest editorial cartoons created by Pittsburgh based Rob Rogers. You can probably guess the content? Rob Rogers is the award-winning editorial cartoonist for the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. His cartoons have been vexing and […]
OUTrageous Bingo will celebrate 16 years of raising funds to support Pittsburgh’s LGBTQ Community Center (the GLCC) and Shepherd Wellness Community at their upcoming event on Saturday, December 7, 2013. And the bloggers will be there to help make a little history. We’ll have a table to play together and cheer on our very own […]
Pittsburgh loves its bingo and OUTrageous Bingo has been entertaining for over a decade to the delight of LGBTQ folks, allies, families and those who love a fun bingo. Luminaries from Rob Rogers to Mayoral candidate Bill Peduto have lent their time to support this Pittsburgh institution. Great news – OUTrageous Bingo is continuing through […]
(FYI – This is NOT PORN. Editorial cartoons use humor and satire to explore news. I do not know if Rob Rogers got into his first choice college, but I doubt Mike Rice ever will.)
I kept asking my liberal football loving friends why they were watching football when a union was on strike. <cue crickets> So then I wrote this … And voila! You are welcome.
I’ve been explaining “Terrible Boa” to folks who are not part of the Steeler Nation.