Houston`s Daily LGBT Internet Newspaper




HOUSTON RAINBOW HERALD

Contact Us

Have a comment, idea, suggestion or an event you'd like us to tell our readers about? Send a note to our editor, Johnny Trlica at txhrh@yahoo.com



The Nielson Ratings Top 25 television programs on broadcast TV (viewers 18-49) for the week ending October 26.

1    NFL Sunday Night Football        NBC   
2    NFL Thursday Night Football        CBS   
3    Big Bang Theory        CBS   
4    FOX World Series Game 2    FOX
5    FOX World Series Game 1    FOX   
6    Voice Monday       NBC  
7    Modern Family        ABC 
8    Football Night in America Part 3        NBC   
9    FOX World Series Game 5    FOX  
10    Voice Tuesday        NBC  
11    FOX World Series Game 3    FOX  
12    Scandal        ABC   
13    How to Get Away with Murder        ABC  
14    FOX World Series Game 4    FOX  
15    Criminal Minds        CBS 
16    Grey's Anatomy        ABC   
17    NCIS        CBS  
18    NCIS: New Orleans        CBS   
19    Scorpion        CBS 
20    Blacklist        NBC   
21    Black-ish        ABC 
22    Once Upon A Time        ABC 
23    60 Minutes        CBS  
24    Goldbergs        ABC
25    Gotham        FOX  



The top 10 pop songs for the week of October 30. The number to the right is last week's ranking. 

1    1    Shake It Off   - Taylor Swift
2    2    All About That Bass  -  Meghan Trainor
3    4    Animals  -  Maroon 5
4    3    Bang Bang  -  Jessie J, Ariana Grande & Nicki Minaj
5    --    Thinking Out Loud  -  Ed Sheeran
6    --    Take Me To Church  -  Hozier
7    8    Blame  -  Calvin Harris Featuring John Newman
8    7    I'm Not The Only One  -  Sam Smith
9    --    Cool Kids -   Echosmith
10    6    Chandelier  -  Sia

Source: Top 10 Songs.com
CHECK OUT THE HRH COLUMN ON PAGE 4

Houston Rainbow Herald News Links
ABC 13
Addicting Info
Advocate
Culture Map Houston
Dallas Voice
Dragaholic
Edge
Gay Guys
Gay Net
Gay Star News
Hollywood Reporter


© Houston Rainbow Herald, LLC

Houston Chronicle
HRC Blog
Huffington Post
Instinct Magazine
KHOU
KPRC
LGBTQ Nation
New Civil Rights Movement
News 92FM
Off the Kuff
On Top Magazine

Out Magazine
Outsmart
Outsports
Pink News
Politico
Project Q Houston
Think Progress
Q San Antonio
Queerty
Salon
Swamplot
Washington Blade

“That’s what happens when you’re a slutty bottom.”
Appeals court schedules arguments on gay marriage for January
More>>>

29 gay ways to work your Halloween look
More>>>
Strangers sending Bibles to Mayor Parker
More>>>









Neil Patrick Harris to return to television in NBC variety series
More>>>
Teams that sign Michael Sam win. Teams that cut Michael Sam lose
More>>>
Sean Hayes Engaged to Longtime Partner Scott Icenogle
More>>>
Disgusting mailer attacks Texas Senate candidate Libby Willis for “pushing radical homosexual agenda”
More>>>
On the Closing of the Last Lesbian Bar in San Francisco: What the Demise of the Lex Tells Us About Gentrification
More>>>
Watch: Cartoon Network debuts first ever gay characters – but censors the kiss
More>>>
Couple Plead Guilty to Torture Death of 8-Year-Old They Thought Was Gay
More>>>
At religious liberty conference, pastors told to hold the line on gay relationships
More>>>
Suspect in anti-gay hate crime at DFW Airport faces $1,000 fine, no jail time
More>>>


Wendy Davis releases pro-equality ad
More>>>
United Court of Lone Star Empire celebrates 40th coronation
More>>>
Austin lesbian sues for Social Security benefits
More>>>



El Tiempo 1308 Cantina may soon close

One of Montrose’s most popular restaurants and watering holes may soon have to move. El Tiempo 1308 Cantina at 1308 Montrose – better known to its loyalists as simply “1308” – will most likely have to close shop soon, confirmed Roland Laurenzo, patriarch of the family that operates El Tiempo restaurants throughout Houston.
More>>>
“Duck Dynasty” star: America feels like Nazi Germany

Alan Robertson, the son of “Duck Dynasty” patriarch and celebrity homophobe Phil Robertson, can’t tell if he’s living in the 21st-century United States or Nazi Germany.

Speaking with Family Research Council president Tony Perkins on Perkins’ radio program Tuesday, Robertson blasted subpoenas issued for anti-gay pastors’ sermons by lawyers defending Houston’s new LGBT non-discrimination ordinance.
More>>>
Mayor's decision to drop subpoenas fails to quell criticism

Convinced by clergymen from across the country that she had entered a raging national debate on religious freedom she wanted no part of, Mayor Annise Parker on Wednesday agreed to withdraw controversial subpoenas the city issued to five local pastors in connection with a lawsuit over Houston's equal rights ordinance.
More>>>

Subpoenas Against Five Houston Pastors Withdrawn By The City

Mayor Annise Parker says after meeting with seven national clergy leaders, she's decided to withdraw the subpoenas.

"After a great deal of soul searching and discussion with folks from inside Houston and from across the United States, it is extremely important to me, to protect our Equal Rights ordinance from repeal," says Parker.
More>>>
The Scariest Antigay Candidates in Next Week's Election
More>>>










Ashton Kutcher & Jon Cryer Kiss In Two And A Half Men Gay Wedding Preview
More>>>
Liberian Religious Leaders Link Gays With Ebola, Sparks LGBT Persecution
More>>>
Norman Reedus Slams Reports He Begged 'Walking Dead' Producers To Not Make Daryl Gay
More>>>
Dallas Airport Attacker Unlikely to Face Hate Crime Charges
More>>>
Same-sex wedding between Two and a Half Men leads Ashton Kutcher and Jon Cryer to air next week
More>>>
Are these the best Hocus Pocus Halloween drag queen costumes ever?
More>>>
There is now a pill you take before sex to massively cut your chance of getting HIV
More>>>
How to Exit Gracefully After a One-Night Stand
More>>>
Happy Power Bottom Day!
More>>>
Tim Cook: Being Gay Has Helped Me Lead Apple
More>>>
Op-ed: It Is Time to End Bottom-Shaming
Why shaming bottoms allows HIV to keep spreading
More>>>




The best gay Halloween things to do in Houston

The weekend hits on Halloween to make both bigger and gayer. All dressed up and no place to go? We got your LGBT Houston events right here for the big night, Dia de los Muertos and beyond.
More>>>
Three pro-LGBT events now planned in response in Houston anti-gay hatefest
More>>>
LGBT activists counter HERO haters with 3 events

Gay Houston plans to counter a mega rally of anti-gay haters on Sunday with a trio of events this weekend to support the city's beleaguered Equal Rights Ordinance.

Opponents of HERO are flocking to Grace Community Church for I Stand Sunday, an hours-long celebration of religious intolerance, fueled by subpoenas issued to five pastors in the HERO repeal petition lawsuit. That erupted into a national controversy for Mayor Annise Parker, who later withdrew the petitions over calls that she and the city were bullying the religious leaders.
More>>>
Gay-bashed Baytown teen says police used homophobic slurs while investigating case

A Baytown teenager says he was gay-bashed after being lured to a local skatepark by someone he thought was his friend. But 17-year-old Dylan Beard’s family says Baytown police have failed to properly investigate the case because he’s gay, and that officers even used homophobic slurs toward him.
More>>>








WATCH: Texas high school student sent home for wearing T-shirt that says, “Lesbian”
More>>>
Bill Clinton, Suze Orman, Mark Zuckerberg Praise Tim Cook's Coming Out
More>>>
Report: Promiscuous Bottoming Linked To Prostate Cancer?
More>>>
John Ritter's son debuts as gay man in new CBS sitcom The McCarthys
More>>>
The amazing story of two dads who save their son’s life, over and over, each and every day
More>>>
Terrifying Trend: Chicago Man Detained Without Warrant in HIV Disclosure Case
More>>>


Pro Strongman champion Rob Kearney comes out as gay
More>>>
Obama campaigns for gay gubernatorial candidate
More>>>