Friday, December 15, 2017

Nick Huskey

Nick Huskey
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Nick Huskey is the designer of Prizm, a husband to Lauren, and Doc’s #dogdad. He received his Bachelors of Fine Arts from Columbus College of Art & Design with a focus on animation. He continues his knowledge quest through the Columbus Idea Foundry’s internship program, a place where ideas come to life through collaboration, empowerment and mischief. His recent professional background includes LBrands' Victoria's Secret & PINK, and McGraw Hill Education. Contact: NickHuskey@prizmnews.com
Prizm News / December 1, 2017 / By Kayla Beard   Ohio’s gay men’s choruses put a happy face (and a campy number or two) on some pretty serious work.   By Kayla Beard When Ohio’s four gay men’s choruses perform their annual holiday concerts this month in Cincinnati, Cleveland, Columbus and Dayton, they’ll offer a brand of holiday cheer that’s unique to more than 100 such groups around the country. It’s a mix of...
Prizm News / December 1, 2017 / By Tianna Jones/ Santana Romero Tianna Jones/ Santana Romero Drag King Home: Toledo Identifies As: Gender Fluid and Queer Pronouns: She/Her/Hers On the Joys of Drag: “What would probably be the most rewarding for me is being able to showcase two important and meaningful sides of me: my dancing and my gender expression. I’ve always been a bit of a ‘tomboy,’ if you will, and I’ve been a dancer...
Prizm News / December 1, 2017 / By Bob Vitale Ronald Johnson, Teresa Long and Michael Para have spent their careers caring, helping and advocating for people with HIV/AIDS. By Bob Vitale “Sometimes you just don’t want to talk about it,” Ronald Johnson says of the early years. “It’s painful, and there’s the realization that many younger gay men today, thank God, just don’t have that experience. It’s like old soldiers talking...
Prizm News / December 1, 2017 / By MJ Eckhouse   The new group is one of a few transgender choruses in the country. By MJ Eckhouse If your voice doesn’t sound the way others expect it to, even daily interactions like small talk with a cashier can be a miserable hassle. That’s one reason the Cleveland Transgender Choir exists. It offers trans people, who often feel uneasy about their voices, an opportunity to...
Prizm News / December 1, 2017 / By Celina Nader, Amber Rutledge, Merisa Bowers Our nation, we hope, is learning much-needed lessons right now about the humiliation, trauma and physical harm endured by those who are subjected to sexual harassment and sexual violence. Brave women (and a few good men) have spoken out about the acts of famous and powerful men who once intimidated them into silence. Women around the...
Prizm News / November 7, 2017 / By Taylor Henschell Taylor Henschel Co-founder, Stonewall Sports Cleveland Home: Cleveland Identifies As: Gay Pronouns: Him/He/His When did you realize Stonewall Sports was something you were called to create? “It was probably a solid year or more after we started, after we expanded to our second sport, after we established our board, and after we found ourselves engaging the greater Cleveland community that we realized that we had created...
Prizm News / November 7, 2017 / By Austin Mariasy A holiday party started by a group of gay friends in 1977 is now Ohio’s oldest LGBTQ community fundraiser. Next month, Toledo’s Holiday With Heart Gayla will deck the halls and haul out the checkbooks for the 40th year.   By Austin Mariasy Toledo’s Holiday With Heart Gayla is celebrating 40 years of fun and friends-turned-family with its annual holiday party on Sunday, Dec....