Monday, February 24, 2014

TRANSITIONS AND MILESTONES

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A&U, based in Albany, N.Y., and which bills itself as “America’s AIDS magazine,” entered its 23rd year of publication with its January 2014 issue.

AMBUSH, based in New Orleans, entered its 32nd year of publication with its Jan. 14, 2014, issue.

JOHN BECKER has been promoted to editor in chief of THE BILERICO PROJECT. Previously, he was the site’s managing editor. He replaces BIL BROWNING, who has served in the position for nine and a half years. He will stay on as publisher and a contributor.

DANIEL BORGEN is the new editor of PQ MONTHLY, based in Portland, Ore. The newspaper also entered its third year of publication with its December 2013/Jaunary 2014 issue.

CAMP, based in Kansas City, Mo., entered its 10th year of publication with its January/February 2014 issue.

DAVID ATLANTA entered its 17th year of publication with its Jan. 1, 2014, issue.

GAY CITY NEWS, based in New York City, entered its 13th year of publication with its Jan. 8, 2014, issue.

GAY SAN DIEGO entered its fifth year of publication with its Jan. 10, 2014, issue.

Mike Kamph of Zeus
MIKE KAMPH is the new fitness expert and writer for ZEUS, based in Chicago and which bills itself as “The Gay Man’s Handbook.”

PHILADELPHIA GAY NEWS entered its 38th year of publication with its Jan. 3, 2014, issue.

DON PIGNOLET, office manager for PHILADELPHIA GAY NEWS, married his partner MIKE PETTY on Dec. 29, 2013, in Cape May, N.J. The two men, both in their 60s, have been together almost 40 years.

Q MAGAZINE, based in Key West, Fla., entered its ninth year of publication with its January 2014 issue.

SEATTLE GAY NEWS entered its 42nd year of publication with its Jan. 3, 2014, issue.

SFGN, based in Wilton Manors, Fla., entered its fifth year of publication with its Jan. 1, 2014, issue.

GENE STAVIS, film historian who produced EMERALD CITY, the first gay-themed cable television show in New York in 1977, died on Dec. 29, 2013. He was 70.

TAGG, based in Washington, D.C., entered its third year of publication with its January/February 2014 issue.

TRANSITIONS AND MILESTONES
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