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May 3, 2018
Beverly Press: Exhibit spotlights safer sex activism during AIDS crisis

May 2, 2018
KPCC: Finding New Ways to Promote Safer Sex

May 1, 2018
WEHOville: WeHo Celebrates LGBTQ Pride with Dozens of Cultural Events

April 25, 2018
Windy City Times: 11th Annual Esteem Awards to honor Chicagoans

April 22, 2018
WNYC Studios: Nancy Podcast #36 – “Punks”

April 20, 2018
Q Voice News: Here are 10 queer things to do in Los Angeles this weekend

April 19, 2018
Los Angeles Blade: “Conversion Therapy” and the Culture Wars

April 17, 2018
OUT Magazine: These Safer-Sex Campaigns Reminds Us “Kissing Still Doesn’t Kill”

April 16 2018
GOOD, Inc.: Is Gentrification Killing the Gay Bar?
Windy City Times: May Pride Film Fest “Celebrating Who We Are” May 8th

April 6, 2018
The Advocate: The Sex-Positive, and Sexy, HIV Awareness Campaigns of the ’80’s

March 27, 2018
WeHo Times: Don’t Miss Lost & Found: Safer Sex Activism at WeHo’s ONE Gallery

March 22, 2018
Los Angeles Blade: The lost art of safer-sex messaging

March 21, 2018
OUT Magazine: Butt Was the Queer Zine That Put Sex Back in Homosexuality

March 14, 2018
Q Voice News: ONE Archives ‘Lost & Found’ exhibit explores HIV, AIDS activism

March 12, 2018
Gay Life LA: ONE Gallery exhibit chronicles safe sex and harm reduction activism

March 9, 2018
University of Houston: Till Now: C. Ondine Chavoya
QNotes: The fascinating story of the first lesbian magazine in North America, plus where to read it

March 7, 2018
Nexus Newspaper: Cassils aims to make the invisible visible in live performance

March 6, 2018
West Hollywood Lifestyle: Historical LGBTQ Art and Objects to be showcased in Lost & Found: Safer Sex Activism at West Hollywood’s ONE Gallery

March 3, 2018
Tell Me David: Gay Spirit

February 26, 2018
Travel Diva: Ground breaking exhibition traces the progression of AIDS from its genesis until today

February 4, 2018
The Fight Magazine: Advancing Social Change

January 31, 2018
The Advocate: Why a 73-year-old gay pool party shook us to the core

January 26, 2018
GOOD: Latin American art goes global with these expansive exhibitions

January 24, 2018
ArtNews: Getty Foundation releases list of traveling PST: LA/LA exhibitions

January 11, 208
The Bay Area Reporter: Podcast tells Mattachine story

January 6, 2018
Chicago Pride: Queer history comes to life in “Mattachine” podcast


December 21, 2017
LA Times: An exhibition on L.A.’s queer Chicano networks shows how CA artists connected with the world

December 20, 2017 How Long is Too Long to Wait: Visiting the largest repository of LGBTQ archives in the world

December 8, 2017
OUT Magazine: Queer Chicanx Artists Find a Home in LA’s Axis Mundo Exhibition

December 1, 2017
LA Magazine: Axis Mundo: Queer Networks in Chicano L.A.

November 30, 2017
Art in America: Learning from LA/LA | Critical Pedagogy at Pacific Standard Time

November 30, 2017
PBS Digital Studios: Art Trip: PST: LA/LA | The Art Assignment

November 29 2017
CBC News: Stolen kiss helps uncover story of Edmonton’s forgotten LGBTQ pioneer

November 28, 2017
LAObserved: “Judith Baca legacy at Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA is still not enough”

November 18, 2017
KCET: “Lost L.A.” Season 2, Episode 5: Coded Geographies

November 17, 2017
Hyperallergic: LA’s Queer Chicano Artist Networks, from the 1960s to the 90’s

November 9, 2017
Beverly Press: Council cuts ribbon for renovated building in WeHo

November 6, 2017
Wehoville: Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony Set Today for Re-Opening of the Werle Building

November 1, 2017
Forbes: Red Bull Music Academy Festival Los Angeles Showcases the City’s Creative Core

October 31, 2017
Aware: “Bad Hombres, and Nasty Women”: Pacific Standard Time: LA/​LA Examines Gender and Sexuality

October 29, 2017
ArtFix Daily: Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA Yields a Permanent Legacy of Scholarship, with More Than 60 New Illustrated Exhibition Catalogues

October 29, 2017
LA Times: The week ahead in LA; Moscow State Symphony Orchestra and more

October 27, 2017
Wehoville: WeHo Celebrates L.A.’s Latino Heritage with Exhibits, Dance, and Films

October 27, 2017
ParisLA: Pauline Oliveros Tribute at ONE Archives

October 25, 2017
LA Weekly: 5 Free Art Shows to see in L.A. this week

October 24, 2017
Dallas Art Dealers Association: Exhibition at Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles features more than 50 LGBTQ and Chicano artists

October 22, 2017
LA Times: The week ahead in L.A.: classical music, Oct. 22-29: Berlioz, Phillip Glass, and more

October 18, 2017
Connect Savannah: Here and Queer on Ellis Square

October 17, 2017
Independent Curators International: Axis Mundo: Queer Networks in Chicano L.A.

October 16, 2017
The Occidental Weekly: “Axis Mundo” highlights histories of LGBTQ and Chicanx artists

October 16, 2017
LA Weekly: East L.A. Punk Pioneer Gerardo Velasquez Lives On In a Chinatown Gallery Show

October 16, 2017
Dazed: The untold stories of America’s queer Chicano art scene

October 13, 2017
Edge Media Network: ONE Archives Axis Mundo in Entertainment, Culture

October 12, 2017
LGBT Daily: These innocent photos could have landed the lovers in jail back in 1953

September 28, 2017
WeHo Times: On Exhibit at MOCA – Axis Mundo: Queer Networks in Chicano L.A.

September 25, 2017
The Pride LA: Taking on Latinx and Chicanx Art, Identity and Language

September 24, 2017
Hornet: New Exhibit Explores How Queer Chicanos Shaped History and Changed the World

September 21, 2017
The New York Times: A Head-Spinning, Hope-Inspiring Showcase of Art

September 16, 2017
The Art Newspaper: What to See at Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA

September 15, 2017
VICE: Queer Chicano Art is as Timeless as it is Vital

September 13, 2017
KPCC: The hidden history of queer Chicanos in LA

September 12, 2017
artnet News: How Pacific Standard Time is Writing Long-Overlooked Chicano Artists Back into Art History

September 11, 2017
The New York Times: In the Art World, ‘Latinx’ Marks a Gender-Free Spot

September 11, 2017
LA Weekly: How LA’s Latinas are Telling Their Own Stories Through Photography

September 8, 2017
The Advocate: 16 Unearthed Works from L.A.’s Legendary Queer Chicano Art Scene

August 28, 2017
Bustle: “A History of Queer Literature in the United States Proves It Has Always Been a Form of Resistance

August 23, 2017
NBC News: 9 Must-See LGBTQ Art Shows This Fall

August 16, 2017
PR Newswire: Red Bull Academy Festival Los Angeles 2017

August 14, 2017
Haverford College: Sophie Frank ’19 Discovers Untold LGBTQ Stories at ONE Archives

July 28, 2017
HuffPost Queer Voices: A 24-Hour Gay Porn Theatre Pop-Up is Coming

July 14, 2017
USC Libraries: We are Everywhere, International Collection

July 4, 2017
De Montfort University, Leicester UK: DMU Postgraduates to explore some of the world’s largest film archives in Los Angeles this week

June 27, 2017
The Art Newspaper: Scholarship drives the next edition of Pacific Standard Time

June 7, 2017
KCET: From ONE to Frontiers, A Brief History of L.A.-Based Publications

June 1, 2017
City of West Hollywood: ONE Archives LGBTQ History Panel Displays, June 1 – June 30, 2017

May 31, 2017
WeHoville: Looking for Something to Do? Here’s What’s Happening in West Hollywood Today

May 30, 2017
Q Voice News: LGBTQ activists to be honored Wednesday at LA City Hall

May 16, 2017
Neiman Lab: Making Gay History’s podcast digs into interview archives to let voices “come to life again”

February 13, 2017
ArtNews: Anne Ellegood and Erin Christovale Will Curate the Hammer Museum’s 2018 Made in L.A. Biennial

February 12, 2017
The Eastsider LA: Photo of the Week

February 11, 2017
Yahoo Finance: USC Libraries Scripter 2017 Honors “Moonlight,” “The Night Manager,” and “The People v. O.J. Simpson”

February 1, 2017
Tent Haus Oslo: Sille Storihle ONE MAN Show

January 13, 2017
Daily Trojan: USC to digitize LGBTQ political posters


December 11, 2015
KCET Columns: Sexual Equality: Los Angeles, the Military Industrial Complex, and the Gay Liberation Movement

November 2, 2015
Intelligent Life: KillJoy’s Kastle: a gleeful sexual satire

October 30, 2015
The Daily Beast: Inside KillJoy’s Kastle, the Lesbian Feminist House of Horrors

October 23, 2015
Wifey.TV: KillJoy’s Kastle: A Lesbian Feminist Haunted House

October 23, 2015
KCET: KillJoy’s Kastle: A Romp Through a Lesbian-Feminist Haunted House

October 23, 2015
The Huffington Post: This Lesbian Haunted House Is the Best Way to Celebrate Halloween

October 21, 2015
Hyperallergic: A Queer Feminist Haunted House Filled with Riot Ghouls and Polyamorous Vampires

October 19, 2015
KPCC Take Two: 5 Every Week: Feminist haunted house, Jem & The Holograms and Marc Horowitz’s solo show

October 16, 2015
Los Angeles Times: Inside West Hollywood’s feminist haunted house: Zombie folk singers and body positive vampires

September 9, 2015
KPCC Air Talk: Acclaimed historian and LGBT archivist discuss the history of gay Los Angeles

September 4, 2015
KPCC Off-Ramp: How gay rights got its start in science fiction

August 30, 2015
Los Angeles Times: What it was like to be gay in 1944 — and other historic lessons in a USC archive

August 8, 2015
Edge Media Network: ONE National Gay and Lesbian Archives :: Our Shared History

August 6, 2015
California LGBT Arts Alliance: Past Alliance Events – “Art, AIDS, America”: Lecture/Tour

July 16, 2015
West Hollywood Lifestyle: Art AIDS America is on Exhibit in West Hollywood Through September 15, 2015

July 13, 2015
The Huffington Post: Art AIDS America: An Impressive Exhibition and an Important Curatorial Event

July 13, 2015
Cart Wheel Art: “Art AIDS America” West Hollywood 30 Year Retrospective Exhibition

July 8, 2015
Frontiers Media: Raunchy Performance Art Book Set ‘3-Pack Jack’ Launches at ONE Archives

June 29, 2015
Canyon News: LGBTQ Pride: Past, Present, Future

June 5, 2015
KCET: LGBTQ Pride Month

May 6, 2015
Press Telegram: Long Beach to induct 6 LGBT leaders to Harvey Milk Park

March 24, 2015
Advocate: PHOTOS: Your 99 Transgender History Lessons

March 11, 2015
Huffington Post: How Gay Porn Helped Build the Gay Rights Movement

March 11, 2015
USC News: Collectors Share a Passion for Southern California’s Past

March 9, 2015
KCET: L.A. as Subject, KCETLink’s ARTBOUND Present “Monomania L.A.”

January 29, 2015
Frontiers Media: Reading is so Gay: The L.A. Art Book Fair Returns

January 22, 2015
LA Weekly: The Best L.A. Art Parties This Week

January 11, 2015
Los Angeles Times: Supreme Court faced gay rights decision in 1958 over ‘obscene’ magazine

January 9, 2015
KCET: Sille Storhile: From Stonewall to Hollywood

January 8, 2015
Press Telegram: Gay History: Exhibit on drag queen Mario Montez closes Sunday at ONE National Gay & Lesbian Archives


December 31, 2014
KPCC’s Take Two: 2014: A good year for trans issues, but much work lies ahead

December 29, 2014
Buzzfeed Community: Transgender Art & Culture in 2014

December 21, 2014
Out in the 562: ONE Archives volunteer helps preserve LGBT history

December 21, 2014
Long Beach Press Telegram: LGBT history volunteer David Hensley puts heart into ONE Archives

December 19, 2014
BuzzFeed LGBT: Beautiful Snapshots of LGBT Sanctuaries in The Mid-20th Century

December 17, 2014
USC News: USC’s ONE Archives brings LGBT history to television

December 17, 2014
10 Best L.A. Art Experiences of 2014

November 6, 2014
LAist: Weekend Planner: 22 Things to Do in Los Angeles

November 1, 2014
Dailybag: Panel Discussion on Prison Abolition and Screening on Mario Montez

October 27, 2014
The Advocate: A Night at the Museum: A New Gallery Preserves History in a Changing Landscape

October 24, 2014
KCRW: The obsessive collectors of Southern California

October 24, 2014
Radical History Review: Archives Behaving Badly

October 23, 2014
Slate Magazine Blog: There’s an Amazing Bit of History Hiding in Transparent‘s Opening Titles

October 9, 2014
Glasstire: Southern California This Week’s Top 5 Events

October 3, 2014
KPCC’s Take Two: New Exhibit Shines Spotlight on Famed Drag Performer Mario Montez

September 30, 2014
WeHoville: Outfest Screens Films at Weho City Council Chambers – Coming Out

August 9, 2014
FrontiersLA: Gay LA: 11 Rare Photos from the ONE Archives

July 19, 2014
Today Trend News: 11 Great Places to Get Your Queer Art Fix in Los Angeles

July 14, 2014
FrontiersLA: Jeanne Cordóva and Rev. Troy Perry, L.A. LGBT Icons, Recount Early Days of Gay Rights Struggle

June 28, 2014
The Advocate: A Glimpse of Gay Pride in the 1950s

June 26, 2014
GayStarNews: 1950s gay couple found forbidden love in photo booth

June 25, 2014
Time Lightbox: Gay Pride in the 1950s: The Photo Booth as a Safe Space

June 23, 2014
Press Telegram: Long Beach remembers gay rights pioneer Harvey Milk on anniversary of his candidacy for San Francisco supervisor

May 27, 2014
GoWEHO: ONE Night Celebrates Contributions of Women, LGBTQ Artists

May 22, 2014
Spectrum Los Angeles: One City One Pride

May 21, 2014
WEHOville: WeHo’s ‘One City One Pride’ Offers 40 Days of Art, Cultural, Community Events

May 16, 2014
Southern California Public Radio 89.3 KPCC: EZTV: Channeling West Hollywood’s artsy video history

May 6, 2014
Spectrum Los Angeles: SERIOUSLY, SULTAN? A town hall on religious intolerance

May 6, 2014
Spectrum Los Angeles: Connect: LGBTQ Los Angeles Events

May 1, 2014
TumblrEasy: ONE Archives Gallery and Museum: EZTV

April 30, 2014
Daily Titan: Professor finds self-acceptance through historical documents

April 24, 2014
Passport Magazine: Globetrotting: Gay Los Angeles

April 22, 2014
Sprectrum Los Angeles: EZTV: Video Transfer – ONE Archives Gallery & Museum @ ONE Archives Gallery & Museum

April 11, 2014
Out in the 562: Gay History Los Angeles’ pioneering transgender activists to be discussed Sunday at ONE Gay & Lesbian Archives

April 5, 2014
Classical KUSC Arts Alive: David Frantz on Arts Alive with Brian Lauritzen

March 25, 2014
WEHOville: ONE’s EZTV Exhibit Offers a Look at an Era When WeHo was ‘World Capital of Video’ Art

March 22, 2014
The Huffington Post: ONE National Gay And Lesbian Archives Presenting “EZTV: Video Transfer”

March 22, 2014
Gerbong Artwork: ONE National Gay And Lesbian Archives Presenting “EZTV: Video Transfer”

March 11, 2014
Spectrum Los Angeles: EZTV: Video Transfer – ONE Archives Gallery & Museum

March 6, 2014
WEHOville: CSW Coalition to Focus on Transgender Issues for LA Pride 2014

February 1, 2014
Spectrum Los Angeles: Roundup: What’s happening in LGBTQ Los Angeles

February 1, 2014
WEHOville: The Gay Rub exhibit at ONE National Gay & Lesbian Archives

January 31, 2014
Out in the 562: ONE National Gay & Lesbian Archives: ‘The Gay Rub’ – exhibit of rubbings from gay history tombstones, signs opens Saturday

January 29, 2014
WEHOville: Steven Reigns’ ‘Gay Rub’ Gives Life to Long Gone People and Places

January 28, 2014
Frontiers: Here’s the Rub: ONE Archives Exhibits 100 Rubbings from LGBT History

January 26, 2014
Daily Trojan: ONE Archives develops an LGBT curriculum

January 16, 2014
Out in the 562: Gay history: ONE National Gay & Lesbian Archives vintage publications recount LA’s activism, history


November 30, 2013 L.A. Introduces LGBTQ-Inclusive History to High School Curriculum

November 15, 2013
The Advocate: In The Galleries: Art & Physique Circa Bob $ Tom

October 15, 2013
The Huffington Post: LGBT History Month: 4 Queer Events On October 15

October 10, 2013
The Advocate: Hot Sheet: The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Weekend

October 10, 2013
GoWEHO: ONE Archives 4th Annual Queer Film Fest

October 3, 2013
The Advocate: Looking Back and Moving Forward – A Celebration of LGBT History

October 2, 2013
WEHOville: ONE Archives Resources Will Inform LGBT- specific Lesson Plans for Use in County High Schools

October 1, 2013
Los Angeles Times: New LGBT-specific History Lessons Planned for L.A. County Schools

August 30, 2013
The Advocate: Op-ed: Seniority at The Advocate

August 25, 2013
Artbound: Exploring the ONE National Gay & Lesbian Archives

August 24, 2013
Out in the 562: Joey Terrill’s gay Chicano art exhibit at ONE National Gay & Lesbian Archives closes Sunday

August 13, 2013
Huffington Post: Behind the Black Curtain: The Secret Past of Gay Pulp Fiction

July 8, 2013
Advocate: From Exodus to Shock the Gay Away: An LGBT History Lesson

June 28, 2013
Huffington Post: Shock the Gay Away: Secrets of Early Gay Aversion Therapy Revealed

June 20, 2013
WEHOville: Sign of the Times: Infamous ‘Fagots Stay Out’ Sign Was Displayed at Barney’s Beanery for Years

June 16, 2013
Victor Yates: ONE at L.A. Pride

June 14, 2013
Huffington Post Gay Voices: What a Riot: Taking Pride in Our Past

June 12, 2013
Advocate: Remembering The Birth of Pride

June 11, 2013
HIV Plus Magazine: A Magnificent Exhibition on Homos, Homeboys, and HIV

June 2013
Artforum: Critics’ Picks: Stand Close, It’s Shorter Than You Think: A show on feminist rage (Download PDF)

June 5, 2013
No More Down Low TV: The Jason Collins Fallout

June 5, 2013
Frontiers: LGBT Heritage Month Kicks Off

May 30, 2013
Frontiers: Villaraigosa, Rosendahl Kick Off LGBT Heritage Month Tonight

May 14, 2013
San Diego Gay and Lesbian News: ONE Gallery & Museum presents “Joey Terrill” exhibit May 18 to Aug. 25

May 10, 2013
Huffington Post Gay Voices: From the Archives: How Coming Out in Professional Sports Has Changed Over the Last 30 Years

April 30, 2013
Frontiers: L.A.’s Top 10 LGBT Historical ‘Firsts’

April 29, 2013
LGBT | POV: OUTWRITE! 25th Anniversary Celebrates Legendary LA Literary Legends

April 22, 2013
LA I’m Yours: Stand Close, It’s Shorter Than You Think

April 19, 2013
The Seattle Lesbian: Harvey Milk’s Suit to Be Preserved with ‘Out West’ Project

April 11, 2013 Grammy Foundation to fund research studies on music’s impact on children

April 11, 2013
Out in the 562: Vintage Magazines, Newsletters at ONE National Gay & Lesbian Archives Showcase Los Angeles’ Groundbreaking Gay Publishing, Activism

March 29, 2013
USC Libraries Libwire: CLIR Supports ONE Archives Collaborative Project with GLBT Historical Society

February 21, 2013
The Philadelphia Gay News: Archive looking for Philly gay couple from 1950s ceremony

February 14, 2013
San Diego Gay & Lesbian News: “Brother Outsider: The Life of Bayard Rustin” to be shown in LA

February 2, 2013
The Advocate: ONE Archives Exhibit Highlights Queer L.A. Mags Dating Back to the 1940s

January 10, 2013
Out in the 562: Steven Arnold: Cabinet of Curiosities’ exhibit at ONE National Gay and Lesbian Archives closes Sunday


December 4, 2012
Oh, Mary Radio Show (LA Talk Radio): Radio interview with ONE Director of Collections, Joseph Hawkins

November 2012
Artforum: Critics’ Picks: Steven Arnold: Cabinet of Curiosities (Download PDF)

November 16, 2012
Discovering Los Angeles: Ten Gay Landmarks in Los Angeles

November 16, 2012
Los Angeles Times: A window into gay marriage, through books and an L.A. archive

October 27, 2012
Queerty: PHOTOS: Go (Way) Back In The Gay With The ONE National Gay & Lesbian Archives

October 25, 2012
Los Angeles Times: Steven Arnold exhibit at ONE Archives Gallery

October 24, 2012
The Gloss: Retro Snap: Why Was This Photo So Shocking In 1953

October 24, 2012
Buzzfeed: An Illicit Photobooth Kiss From 1953

October 23, 2012
The Huffington Post: A Few of the Best LGBT History Archives in the U.S.

October 15, 2012
Sirius XM OutQ Michelangelo Signorile Show radio interview with ONE’s Director of Collections, Joseph Hawkins

October 10, 2012
Frontiers: SoCal Events Guide Listing for “Letters to ONE: From Fringe to Forefront”

October 4, 2012
The Huffington Post: ONE National Gay And Lesbian Archives Celebrates 60th Anniversary

Summer 2012
Hemispheric Institute: On the Subject of Archives: Queer Archival Futures: Case Study Los Angeles

July 26, 2012
LA Weekly: “Latent Images:” ONE Archives Connects Past Queer Culture with Today’s

July 3, 2012
Press Telegram – Out in the 562: “Defiant Spaces” – exhibit chronicling 60 years of queer groups in L.A. – to close Thursday

June 15, 2012
USC Libwire: L.A. City Hall Hosts ONE Archives Exhibition

June 8, 2012
Frontiers: Mayor Villaraigosa’s Office and ONE Archives Kick Off LGBT Heritage Month

June 7, 2012
San Diego Gay & Lesbian News: L.A. City Hall goes lavender for LGBTQ Heritage Month

March 28, 2008
Los Angeles Times: PST, A to Z: ‘Cruising’ at ONE National Gay and Lesbian Archives

March 27, 2012
Los Angeles I’m Yours: Queering Pacific Standard Time: Cruising the Archive

March 1, 2012
KPCC: Trans artists perform as part of Getty’s Pacific Standard Time at the ONE Archives

March 1, 2012
LAist: View Bodies As Canvases Tonight At USC’s ONE National Gay & Lesbian Archives

February 27, 2012
Artweek LA: Cruising the Archive

February 9, 2012
Queerty: Queer Art Dominates Los Angeles in February

January 2012
RECAPS: Cruising the Archive with Ann Cvetkovich: An Impromptu Salon with Kathryn Garcia, Catherine Lord and Martabel Wasserman

January 24, 2012
Daily Trojan: Queer history exhibit opens at Doheny Library

January 24, 2012
San Diego Gay & Lesbian News: USC and ONE National Archives unveil exhibit exploring LGBT history in L.A.

January 20, 2012
The Advocate: The Getty Goes Gay: Cruising the Archive

January 19, 2012
The Huffington Post: “Cruising the Archive: Queer Art and Culture in Los Angeles, 1945-1980,” Pacific Standard Time

January 12, 2012
WeHo News: WeHo celebrates its formative role in LA art

January 12, 2012
Park Labrea News / Beverly Press: WeHo Launches Pacific Standard Time Tribute

January 11, 2012
Canyon News: PST…It All Started Here Art Exhibit

January 10, 2012
Fruit Fly Life: WINK WINK, NUDGE NUDGE: ONE Archives Revelatory Exhibit