Wednesday, April 22, 2009

Meet The Rainbow Times in Williamstown April 23

The Current Issue

Short notice I know, but you may want to take an hour out of your day April 23 to meet the key people behind , The Rainbow Times our regional newspaper for the LGBTQ community. It is one of the best things to happen in years, and it seems to be growing even as other newspapers are shrinking.


If you are a business or on a business track, you might want to attend the informational session with the publishers at 3:30 pm, April 23 at the Hardy House living room at Williams College. The Rainbow Times depends on advertising to support its publication, and it is important for our community to note and patronize the supporters whose ads appear in the newspaper.


This will be followed by a more social reception at the Mezze Bistro and Bar on Water Street in Williamstown at 5 pm on April 23. The current issue has a superlative guide to the NoHo (Northampton) Pride festivities taking place on May 2 in our neighboring community just across the mountain.

The Rainbow Times is the region’s premiere LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender) newspaper, It serves both to increase awareness of LGBT issues and as a vehicle to unify and strengthen the communities of Western MA, the Capital District of NY, Northern CT, and Southern VT.

The Rainbow Times is written and published by experienced and professional members of the newspaper industry with over 20 years of publishing and journalism experience. Their team strives to bring much needed news and information of interest to the LGBT community in Western Massachusetts, the Capital District of NY, Northern CT, & Southern VT.

Most importantly, their purpose is more than just reporting gay issues and events but to also act as a collaborative voice for our underserved community.

In the Northern Berkshires you can pick up a copy at Wild Oats, Mass MoCA, Papa Charlies, Images, Cup and Saucer, Brew HaHa, the Milne Public Library and the Chamber of Commerce Visitors Center. Thanks to Justin Adkins for providing this information.

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