Pandemic: Imaging AIDS, a traveling exhibition of photographs, will be shown at the Chicago Cultural Center, 78 E. Washington, from Jan. 29 to April 3. The exhibition features more than 100 pictures taken by award-winning photographers from 50 countries. See www.chicagoculturalcenter.org, or call ( 312 ) 744-8032.
Living Inside Myself, a play that deals with transgender/transsexual issues, will take place Jan. 31 at 9 p.m. at the DePaul University Student Center, 2250 N. Sheffield, Room 314AB. Contact Nicole Perez at email@example.com or at ( 773 ) 325-7294.
MTV Networks has pushed back the launch date of Logo, its gay and lesbian-themed cable/satellite channel, to June from February, so it can secure additional carriage commitments and develop more original programming, Reuters reported. The Viacom-owned cable giant initially had projected a launch date of Feb. 17, but the new target date is June 30. Gay networks Here TV and Q Television have already launched on cable.
Richard Hatch, the openly gay winner of CBS's first Survivor, was charged with failing to report his $1 million reality TV windfall to the Internal Revenue Service, according to TheSmokingGun.com . The two criminal counts charged Hatch with filing a false 2000 tax return that omitted his seven-figure Survivor winnings. The nudity enthusiast, 43, is also charged with filing a false return for 2001. ( He allegedly did not report $321,000 paid to him by a Boston radio station. ) If convicted of the felony charges, Hatch could face a max of five years in prison for each count and could be hit with a $250,000 fine.
A former aide to Martin Luther King Jr. said the slain civil-rights leader would have supported same-sex unions, the Washington Times reported. Former Southern Christian Leadership Conference activist Jack O'Dell asked, 'Why would he exclude people because of their sexual preference?'