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As summer fades, autumn will eventually bring crisper weather, the inevitable onslaught of pumpkin spice in everything and a new performing arts season to Hampton Roads. This fall is no different as Hampton Roads' diverse and vibrant performing arts...
OutWire757 is excited to unveil SNAP!, Hampton Roads’ only LGBTQ Youth magazine, now available in print and online.  SNAP! was conceived and edited by Old Dominion University senior Sarah Hustead. “I cried when I held it in my hand, so much...
Lorenzo R. Wright relocated to Hampton Roads in 2016 following a US Navy transfer.  In addition to his service in the US Navy, Lorenzo is also a lifelong writer who recently published his first book All the Wright Words....
Out of an abundance of caution related to the looming impact of Hurricane Florence on Hampton Roads later this week, the OutWork757 LGBTQ Expo scheduled for Saturday has been cancelled - thanks for nothing, Flo. We feel it is much...
Welcome Back Students! OutWire757 continues to grow and we are seeking fun, talented people (we know you're out there) as interns that will make positive contributions to as  Hampton Roads' premiere source for local and regional news, lifestyle and events...
Coming of age is never an easy process regardless of who you are or where you spend your formative years.  However, growing up and navigating life as a gender non-conformist in the rural South poses an entirely different set...
Coastal Virginia has been well-represented at international bear events this summer.  Charles Kirtland was first-runner up for Mr. World Cub and Steven Tompa won Mr. Kilt International 2018.  Today, we are congratulating longtime Hampton Roads resident Johnny Hierspiel as...
Members of Hampton Roads Pride will select new members to sit on its Board of Directors at their monthly membership meeting on September 10 held at WHRO studios in Norfolk. As reported in June, Hampton Roads Pride members voted to...
In response to our post last week, we have received another message from our mysterious, anonymous pen pal located in Williamsburg.  This week, our writer wrote - "I was surprised to see my postcard published.  Not much happening here in...
At last night's Norfolk City Council meeting, supporters of the Hershee Bar once again turned out–albeit in smaller numbers than before–to speak about their opposition to the bar's closure. For the first time, Eric and Jeff Cooper, of Five...