From The Coast’s first Pride Guide in 1996, the community—and its reach—has grown. Get this week’s edition for stories from trans youth research to a parade everyone can love.
| Jul 18, 2019
A community-organized alternative to corporate Pride is equal parts glitter and bitter
by Rebecca Dingwell | Jul 18, 2019
Help kick off Pride with a production of the queer punk-rock musical Hedwig and the Angry Inch.
by Sara Connors | Jul 18, 2019
New study looks at respectful care in health care and social services, plus increased education
by Jessica R. Durling | Jul 18, 2019
Creating confrontational and vulnerable artwork that describes my queer and mixed-race identities is a priority
by Sarah Mihara Creagen | Jul 18, 2019
From Broadway show tunes to standard classical arrangements and folk, they’re singing it all
by Brandon Young | Jul 18, 2019
Making sure everyone has a good time at Pride
by Caora McKenna | Jul 18, 2019
The reading series wants to create and support community.
by Tara Thorne | Jul 18, 2019
by Morgan Mullin | Jul 18, 2019
Massage therapist Leah Inman wants to fill a void in the queer community.
by Victoria Walton | Jul 17, 2019
After 10 years working in hair, the Halifax artist and stylist debuts her own space.
by Allison Saunders | Jul 17, 2019