Frustrated by a lack of community infrastructure, Hannah Doress begins emailing a compiled list of events and activist missives to her network of friends.This email list grows larger and becomes an email events newsletter named “Hannah’s List” under Hanarchy Now Productions
Hannah incorporates volunteer editors and writers including Jody Sperber, Lisa Gay, Jen Langley and Eve Alpern.
Hannah’s List begins publishing three weekly editions (classifieds, housing, events)
Radcliffe Institute’s Schlesinger Library archives Hanarchy Now Production’s materials.
Hannah moves to California. She creates a transition team that includes Eve Alpern and Kristen Porter, along with Amatul Hannan, Gail Burton and Michelle Oshima.
Hannah received award for Transgender Inclusion in the List and events.
Transition committee maintains list publication under Executive Publisher Eve Alpern and longtime publisher Jen Langley. “Hannah’s List” name becomes “The List: Boston’s Queer Agenda”. A new logo and website are launched. Guest contributors write featured missives.
Kristen Porter/Dyke Night Productions holds a fundraiser to support annual expenses for the List, sets up a fiscal sponsorship for The List, and provides ongoing financial support.
Longtime publishers Jen Langley and Eve Alpern retire.
Working with Hannah Doress they execute the plan to transition to Kristen Porter /Dyke Night TM Productions.
Kristen brings on a new team of volunteers.
New feature to Dyke Night’s smart phone app for community members to add events.
New website launched
Former lists resurrected
New volunteers join the team.
New Facebook Page with daily posts.
GoFundMe page helps raise costs to keep List free for members.