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by Jack Fertig

 
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Church Street Freedom Press
has changed the face of GLBT publications in Nashville, and for the better. It absolutely amazes me how their dedicated team of staff consistently produces such a fine quality newspaper week after week after week. They really have a sixth sense about what is going on in the community and are always there covering it for the paper.
David Taylor
Co-owner, Tribe & Play

Freedom Press as a resource in our community.  You cover more than just what is happening on the entertainment scene and go more in depth than any other paper serving GLBTIQ and allies in the area.  Heres wishing you many more productive years!
  Cynthia Bennett
Tennessee NOW Presiden
t

What I love most about CSFP is what I see as its honest, consistent attempt to include all facets of our community... I also see CSFP reaching out to GLBT-supportive organizations and working with them to build relationships. CSFP is definitely helping take the lead in our journey toward a stronger, more coordinated GLBTQ community.
Jeanna Emert,
Nashville Pride, Inc.; Planned Parenthood of Middle & East Tennessee

 
FEATURES


World AIDS Day
Local events include a Quilt Panel display in Dickson and a
Town Hall Meeting, and will push decision makers to deal with the needs of a growing HIV / AIDS population.

Interview with The Lady Chablis
The Star of Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil is onstage at Play on Friday and in person at the GLBT Life & Business Expo at the Cannery on Saturday

Co-founder of the NGLCC speaks with Freedom Press
With Chance Mitchell, Justin Nelson founded the National Gay and Lesbian Chamber of Commerce in 2002. When CSFP talked with Nelson on Monday of this week, he reflected on that beginning, and all thats happened since.

The Dynamic Josh Estrin
The author, radio talk show host, success coach and anti-expert comes to the GLBT Life & Business Expo this Saturday

Team Nashville Gears Up For Gay Games VII
 In 1982, Dr. Tom Waddell beget a vision. A 1968 Olympian, Waddell foresaw a sporting event free of homophobia. Twenty-four years after Waddells dream became a reality, Chicago will host Gay Games VII from July 15 22.

SEENOUT
Artrageous 18 Bound
Photos from one of the largest fundraising events of the year.

NEWS / BUSINESS
Frogs serve in the fight against HIV
According to the Vanderbilt School of Medicines Associate Professor of Microbiology and Immunology Tropical Frogs Provide WMDs Weapons of Membrane Destructionin Fight Against AIDS
State NOW Convention Held Nov. 18 and 19
VP Melody Drnach and the Souths First Openly Gay State Representative, Karla Drenner, to Speak

LOCAL NEWS UPDATES
> East Nashville Murder Investigation Continues
> 7th Annual Transgender Day of Remembrance
> Activist for Gays to Speak at Glendale Baptist
> Interrante Named CEO of the Year
>
LGBT Youth Organization Forming in Clarksville

> The Source Saga Ends in Bankruptcy

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ENTERTAINMENT / EVENTS

OUT BAR-HOPPING
Halloween weekend was crazy. Check out what was happening at the clubs.

Buchanan wins Mr. Esquire title
Atlantas Serigo Buchanan was named Mr. Esquire 2005 at last weekends annual pageant

Show Us Your Clydesdale!
Rob Sikorski Named Mr. Bud Light Nashville 2005
SEEN OUT Event Photos
Artrageous Bound
The exclusive Host Party for the upcoming event was a wonderful evening of mixing and mingling

The HRC's Wild West Showdown
This past Friday was packed full of foot-stomping fun and excitment. Click on the link above to check out pictures from this exciting event.

Pictures from this year's AIDS Walk
It was a chilly day, but Katey Mattea and Tara Burns came out with they thousands of other walkers for this year's Nashville Cares fundraiser

SEENOUT
Photos from Boy George at Play
The energy was high and DJ Boy George rocked a packed house Thursday night at Play.

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