So Long, Farewell: Today We Close Pam’s House Blend – A Look Back. It’s been real.

By: Monday July 1, 2013 6:00 am

The Blend has been a virtual coffeehouse where vigorous (but polite) political expression was encouraged on myriad topics including LGBT issues, race relations, the religious right, and gender issues. This outlet for commentary and original reporting had a great run that has been gratifying to produce and hopefully enlightening for readers. As we close the [...]

Pam’s House Blend segment on Melissa Harris-Perry is up…

By: Saturday June 22, 2013 5:17 pm

Wow – now this is really a “we’re not worthy” moment. Received a call from the Melissa Harris-Perry show on MSNBC on Friday. She is going to do a feature on the close of Pam’s House Blend at the end of the show on Sunday. (Of course with my luck some breaking news will explode [...]

A chat with Michelangelo Signorile about the end of the Blend

By: Thursday June 20, 2013 1:04 am

On Tuesday I went on the Michelangelo Signorile Show on Sirius XM Satellite Radio to talk about the upcoming close of the coffeehouse on July 1. I am honored to call Mike — a legendary LGBT activist and journalist — a dear friend and he’s been a big booster of the Blend over the years. [...]

Goodbye Pam’s House Blend: after nine years, closing the coffeehouse July 1

By: Sunday June 16, 2013 2:46 pm

It’s as good as any time to share this; the blog started without any fanfare back in 2004, so why not drop the news when people should be out (hopefully) enjoying life offline, and fellow bloggers are heading off to Netroots Nation. It’s also only fitting that this occurs as major Supreme Court decisions on [...]

AUDIO UP: WUNC’s The State of Things – an hour of your blogmistress on Newtown and my online and offline activism

By: Monday December 17, 2012 3:07 pm

UPDATE: The audio of my interview is up. My hour-long interview with Frank Stasio at The State of Things went well. He covered a lot of ground. Spent a good amount of time talking about the Newtown tragedy and the need to focus on mental health issues; we also chatted about race relations, LGBT issues [...]

Should my family spend $ in NC for my 50th birthday fete next year w/anti-gay Amendment One in place?

By: Monday July 30, 2012 12:50 pm

Note to North Carolina elected officials and its tourism industry – this question is for you as well. Hit me up with your best case explaining why my birthday should be celebrated here on Facebook or pam at firedoglake dot com and I’ll be happy to share your perspective with readers. It’s a relevant question that [...]

At The Intersections: Blogging (And Working) For Transgender Equality

By: Sunday June 10, 2012 1:26 am

Quoting Jos at Feministing from her post entitled Netroots ’12: watch Blogging for Transgender Equality: I’m on a panel at Netroots Nation this morning about blogging on transgender issues, and you can watch the panel right here – it’s streaming live at 10:30am. The panelists are a badass group I’m proud to be a part [...]

Four…three…two…one…

By: Monday August 29, 2011 1:02 am

The countdown to the move to Firedoglake is coming down to the final count… the countdown starts watching in a trance the crew is certain nothing left to chance all is working trying to relax up in the capsule “send me up a drink” jokes Major Tom the count goes on 4…3…2…1… Earth below us [...]

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