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Craig Johnson is Superb as “The Father”

Florian Zeller’s The Father is a play that shifts back and forth in time within the mind of an older man in the throes of dementia. The characters are archetypal family members and functionaries. On the […]

Kidman & Kusama Break the Mold with the Nobly Uncompromising “Destroyer”

Southern California is no sunny paradise in Destroyer. Director Karyn Kusama (Girlfight), embodying the same general concern as filmmaker Lucas Hedges with another recent film gem, Ben is Back, makes no bones about it: the […]

BigGayNews for Thursday, January 17, 2019

Today’s Top Headlines New Kansas Governor Restores LGBTQ Protections As First Official Act in Office School Board Removes Book From Libraries In Canada Because Of LGBTI Content Karen Pence To Teach At School That Bans […]

A Day In The Life: Christopher Wagner

Name: Christopher Wagner Where did you grow up? I grew up in rural Northfield, Minnesota on a sod farm. I attended Catholic school and graduated from high school there. Where do you live? I have […]

From The Editor: The Fit Hits The Fan

Now that the holidays are over and we’ve made those resolutions to work off those extra winter pounds, it’s high time to finally, FINALLY stick to those promises. Yes, I know it’s cold out and […]

Skirting The Issues: A Tough Crowd

Last year, training on human inclusivity across North America put me in front of more than 10,000 people. In November, I encountered what was by far my biggest challenge of the entire year: law enforcement […]

Books: Issue 617

When Brooklyn Was Queer Hugh Ryan St. Martin’s Press $29.99 Shown the words “gay” and “New York,” one’s first thought would likely be Greenwich Village, or gaudy eccentrics encountered along the great White Way. “Brooklyn,” on […]

GLBT Sports Directory 2019

Produced by Linda Raines The Twin Cities area is home to a remarkable number of athletes who identify as members of the GLBT community. The sports range from soccer to basketball to Quidditch, and the […]

Two Allies Are Better As One

JustUs Health and Training to Serve work together to provide better services to HIV positive seniors. In a world where seniors are still denied health services and living communities because of their sexual orientation or […]

Leather Life: Minnesota’s Leather Evolution

The Kink U sessions at the recent Mr. Minneapolis Eagle weekend included a panel discussion on the “Evolution of the Leather Scene in Minnesota.” The discussion took place Saturday afternoon, Nov. 17, 2018, at eagleBOLTbar. A large […]

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