Diana Foundation
1954 - present

Clippings 1975 - 1985
Clippings 1986 - 1995 

Clippings 1996 -Present (this page)

1996

1998

1999

Where are the clippings after 2000?
TWT ended in August 2000 and there
were just not many local publications
after that point. It came back as a
bar rag in 2006, with much reduced
community coverage

2008

2014

In 2014 The Banner Project honored the Diana Foundation in their first batch of banners,
and each one has an essay dedicated to it. It was brought to the Diana Awards
on March 22, 2014, with founder Sara Fernandez posing along with JD Doyle.

  

2017

2018

2019

On 4/29/19 on Queer Voices Bryan Hlavinka interviewed Brandon Wolf,
John Heinzerling and Tanner Williams about the event, 16 minutes
Listen

Download Press Kit for the 2019 Event  Click

2022

Below, 2022 honoree Ann Robison (seated) with Lane Lewis, JD Doyle, Alexis Melvin


2023

  

Group Photo: front row, between President Howard Huffstutler and Lane Lewis is Sharon Lord

      

Above, Sam Camacho, Bianca Del Rio and Dalton DeHart; the glorious entrance stairs; JD Doyle and Bianca
Below, JD, Zach Paugh and Austin Ruiz

  

Below, Mario Castillo and Joel Rottier; Howard Huffstutler presenting Legacy award to Kennedy Loftin

  

Above, Kennedy Loftin's talble, flanked by cuties, and Below, Tasha Kohl was Fantastic
singing Yvonne Fair's "It Should Have Been Me" and "Maybe," by the Three Degrees

    

Above, the talked Howard into this outfit and at right, Dalton, unknown, and Robert Hammond
Above far right, Tommie Ross, Tasha Kohl and Dina Jacobs, our local icons, in an Orlin Cullever photo