Dateland: I’ll Take the Soup

Ira turned 80 this year. As a birthday gift, his friends at the retirement home hired him a prostitute. The prostitute went to his room, knocked on the door and when he answered said, “Ira, […]

Big Gay News

Big Gay News from New York City: Storm-Wrecked NY Gay Youth Center Gets Quick Help Edge Boston reports that while it took only hours for Superstorm Sandy’s surging waters to destroy an emergency drop-in center […]

Ben Riggs and TCGMC Invite You to Join Our First Noel

Ben Riggs came to town at the beginning of August to take up his mantle as Artistic Director of the Twin Cities Gay Men’s Chorus. Now, on the eve of their Christmas concert, Our First Noel: A […]

A Word In Edgewise: There’s a Long Long Trail A-Winding

The number of gays isn’t growing through some nefarious “homosexual agenda”, it is simply becoming visible, just as there are more people of color coming into positions of influence and authority throughout the country. But having invisible […]

Ms. Behavior®: Humdrum Sex Life and Uncertain of Signals

Dear Ms Behavior: I’ve been dating a guy who is also my roommate/landlord for almost two years and from the beginning, prior to my moving into his home, he was very aware of my desire […]

Arts Spotlight: Catch Me If You Can, Christmas on the Ranch, How The Grinch Stole Christmas, In The Next Room (or The Vibrator Play), It Happened. It’s Real. You Are Here.

Catch Me If You Can Dec. 11-16 Orpheum Theatre, 910 Hennepin Av., Mpls. (800) 982-2787 www.hennepintheatretrust.org Gay master playwright Terrence McNally gave us Love! Valor! Compassion! and Corpus Christi. He also gave us musicals like […]

Commentary: The DFL’s Big Gay Farce

On November 6th, 2012, the people of Minnesota defeated an amendment to the state constitution that would have made the definition of marriage solely between one man and one woman.  An enormous movement grew to […]

Taking It For Granted

Factoid for the day: The most recognized, and lampooned, painting in the world is the Mona Lisa. Coming in a strong second is Grant Wood’s American Gothic, a stoic Iowa farmer and his spouse. The […]

From the Editor: Giving Thanks

It’s after Thanksgiving, but giving thanks has no cut-off date.  A year and a half into this job as Managing Editor, I’ve got a few things to be thankful for…not the least of which is […]

Slice: Landing at The Lynn on Bryant, a comfortable place to be

There’s a new meeting place for the Lynnhurst neighborhood. The block of businesses that were once devastated by fire now shows no sign of the destruction that was once here. It’s been reborn as a […]

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