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BALTIMORE OUTLOUD entered its 17th year of publication with its May 10, 2019, issue.
BOSTON SPIRIT celebrated its 14th anniversary in March 2019.
DALLAS VOICE celebrated its 35th anniversary with its May 10, 2019, issue.
ROBERT FIESELER, columnist for New Orleans-based AMBUSH, was recently awarded the JUDITH A. MARKOWITZ Award for Emerging LGBTQ Writers by LAMBDA LITERARY.
THE FIGHT, based in Los Angeles, published its 100th issue in May 2019.
GET OUT, based in New York City, celebrated its 10th anniversary in June 2019.
QNOTES, based in Charlotte, N.C., entered its 34th year of publication with its May 3, 2019, issue.
RAGE MONTHLY, based in San Diego, celebrated its 12th anniversary with its June 2019 issue.
|Rivendell Media's Todd Evans|
RIVENDELL MEDIA, which represents most LGBTQ publications and web properties in the United States and Canada for national advertising, celebrated its 40th anniversary on June 1, 2019. President and CEO TODD EVANS, who is also publisher of Press Pass Q, also celebrated his 25th year with the company.
SOUTH FLORIDA GAY NEWS, based in Wilton Manors, Fla., has won a Sigma Delta Chi Award, in the category of Non-Deadline Reporting (Non-Daily Publications), from the SOCIETY OF PROFESSIONAL JOURNALISTS. The winning series, “Sex Predator at the Pride Center,” was led by Executive Editor JASON PARSLEY.
JAKE STEVENS, art director for Orlando-based WATERMARK for the past 12 years, has stepped down to be the lead designer for the TAMPA BAY BUSINESS JOURNAL.
THE WASHINGTON BLADE has been honored by D.C.-based CAPITAL PRIDE with its Paving The Way Award, acknowledging the newspaper’s “exemplary contributions, support and/or advocacy that has impacted the LGBTQ+ community, and whose leadership has inspired continued progress.”
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