Jason Freeman
CategoriesAmerican LGBT magazines
PublisherDavid Cohen
First issue1990
CompanyPink Pages Inc.

Pink is a quarterly LGBT-focused full-color glossy print magazine launched in 1990[1] in New York City and headquartered in Chicago, Illinois with content geared towards major markets in San Francisco, New York, Denver, Los Angeles and Seattle as well as a national edition.[2]

The magazine sometimes sponsors community events. In 2007 they held a fundraiser for the re-election of San Francisco mayor Gavin Newsom,[3] and a "Cupid's Back" Valentine's fundraiser for the GLBT Historical Society.[4] In 2008 they co-hosted "Ladies Night at Charanga" a benefit for the Stop AIDS Project.[5]

References Edit

  1. Donna Poehner, Photographer's Market, Writer's Digest, 2005, ISBN 1-58297-395-4, ISBN 978-1-58297-395-1
  2. Beverly Banks, Jean Ruggles, Kathleen McGullam and Barbara Revesz, The Standard Periodical Directory, Oxbridge Communications, 33rd Edition (2010): Gay & Lesbian Interest, ISBN 1-891783-48-3, 13: 978-1891783487, 812
  3. Matthew S. Bajko, "Political Notebook: Pride political events", Bay Area Reporter, 14 June 2007.
  4. Dana Van Iquity, Cupid’s Back at GLBT Historical Society Benefit" , San Francisco Bay Times, February 8, 2007.
  5. Dennis McMillan, "Dining Out for Life", San Francisco Bay Times, May 1, 2008.

External links Edit

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