The April ’14 issue of EILE Magazine is now available – simply click on the cover image above to read or download today!
The monthly digital issue for April of EILE Magazine is now available free to read and/or download!
In this issue, we chat to Wayne Flanagan Tobin in Dublin, and Stephen Donnan in Belfast, as they both prepare to contest local elections this coming May. We also chat to talented musicians such as Cindy Gomez, Liv Monaghan and Anthony Starble about their latest projects, while our resident health expert, Dr Shay Keating, offers some sage advice.
With film and book reviews, travel, sport, LGBT news, opinion and more, you’re certain to find something you like in the April issue of EILE Magazine! Click on the cover image or on Monthly Issues above to enjoy.
Dublin Pride has announced its partnership with new sponsor, Fáilte Ireland, the national tourism development authority of Ireland. It is the first year that Dublin Pride has been awarded a grant from Fáilte Ireland, and it will be used to promote Ireland as an LGBT-friendly destination to potential visitors from the United Kingdom and across the European Union.
Jason Flynn, Chairperson of Dublin Pride, has warmly welcomed the addition of Fáilte Ireland as a sponsor of the country’s second largest festival. Continue Reading »
This Way Out is featured weekly here on EILE Magazine
Every week, EILE Magazine features the latest episode from our friends at This Way Out, the international LGBT radio show which is produced in Los Angeles. This Way Out is available in 200 countries worldwide, as well as here each week on EILE! Continue Reading »
The new commemorative stamps, in honour of Harvey Milk, are available for $9.80 from the US Postal Service website.
The U.S. Postal Service has released a commemorative stamp in honour of the iconic American LGBT rights activist, Harvey Milk.
The stamp art centers on a photo of Milk, taken by photographer Daniel Nicoletta, in front of Milk’s camera store in the Castro neighbourhood of San Francisco. The colors of the rainbow flag appear in a vertical strip in the top left corner, to symbolise Milk’s work for the LGBT community in San Francisco and further afield.
In 1977, Milk was elected to the San Francisco Board of Supervisors, making him one of the Continue Reading »
Los Angeles-based singer/songwriter, Daniel Sobrino, is a favourite of the team here at EILE Magazine, and the young Mexican artist has just released the video for his latest single, Lights.
Want to find out more about Daniel? Read his interview in Issue 05 of EILE Magazine, available to read from Issuu.
The Beverly Hills Hotel in Los Angeles is owned by the Sultan of Brunei. [Image: Wikipedia]
A major American LGBT conference, which was scheduled to take place in May, was moved from a Brunei-owned hotel in California, in protest at Brunei’s attitudes against homosexuality.
OutGiving, a group of philanthropes who fund LGBT groups and organisations, had intended to hold their ‘Winning the Heartland’ conference in the iconic Beverly Hills Hotel in Los Angeles, CA, during May 1-5. The hotel’s owner, however, is the Sultan of Brunei, Hassanal Bolkiah. Recently, Bolkiah has stated that he will introduce ‘death by stoning’ as a punishment for gay people in the small, Islamic country. When made aware of the connection between the Beverly Hills Hotel and the Sultan, the Gill Action Fund, which organises the OutGiving conferences, informed the Washington Blade that the event would no longer take place at that venue. Continue Reading »
Andrew Garfield returns as Peter Parker for the Marvel sequel.
Frances Winston reviews the latest in the Spiderman franchise for EILE
Director: Marc Webb
Starring: Andrew Garfield, Emma Stone, Jamie Foxx, Stan Lee, Dane DeHaan
The reboot of the Spiderman franchise continues apace with this sequel to 2012’s The Amazing Spider Man. Unlikely heart-throb Andrew Garfield is back as the nerdy teenage webslinger who struggles to use his powers responsibly while also trying to live like a normal kid his age. Continue Reading »
Second only to Sweden’s Rainbow House, established in Stockholm in 2013, Spain is set to have a nursing home completely devoted to elderly LGBT residents. The home will feature beauty salons, physiotherapy centres and saunas, and will cost approximately €1,380 per month to stay there.
Federico Armenteros, who founded the 26 December Foundation for the LGBT community, Continue Reading »