Winter What To Do – WHERE: Whistler, BC

Far-Flung Ski Trip: Where Else But Whistler? It’s winter and you want to get away.  The Swiss Alps might not be an option, but perhaps somewhere in North America will sweep you off your feet […]

From the Editor: Happy New Year

Happy New Year.  The last time I wrote, I talked about the cognitive dissonance of balancing the victory of defeating the marriage amendment last November just to have the issue of same-sex marriage be dropped […]

Glimpses: Amy and Freddy at Camp, Movie Bear Snow Tubing Event, One Voice Mixed Chorus 25th Anniversary

Amy and Freddy at Camp Amy and Freddy – the First Fifteen Years Actors Theater of Minnesota presents Amy and Freddy for one night only at Camp Bar and Cabaret on January 18. Based out […]

Knoxville’s Three Bs: Beer, Bacon and Biking

It goes by the name of Tennessee, but I’d call it the Republic of Bacon. Consider Knoxville its Ground Zero when it comes to pork products, where lard, sausage, and country ham round out the […]

Big Gay News

BigGayNews from Las Vegas: Scott Norton, Gay Professional Bowler, Kisses Husband Craig Woodward In ESPN Broadcast The Huffington Post reports that ESPN set a new precedent over the weekend by airing what may be the first […]

Skirting the Issues: A Radical Idea

Well, Minnesota, it’s January. That means the start of a new session of the Minnesota Legislature. Fair-minded and smart people control the House and Senate, not to mention that one such person also serves as […]

Winter What To Do: EVENTS

Ice Castle Mall of America North Parking Lot, Bloomington, MN through February 20, 2013 (depending on weather) Adults $10, Children (3-10) $5, Family 4-Pack (2 Adults, 2 Children $25) Open daily, see hours on website […]

How The Walker’s Out There Series ‘Post-Modernized’ Twin Cities Audiences

Its 25th Anniversary Continues With Dazzling Innovation  For 25 years, the Walker Art Center’s Out There performance series has reconfigured how local audiences perceive performing arts. It has consistently challenged mainstream notions of narrative performance. […]

Waiting For Superman

In 2010, a documentary came out about the state of inner-city public schools and the problems that plague their students.  It was a film called Waiting for Superman and spoke to the deep issues involved […]

Ms. Behavior®: Lesbian Breakups and Baby Boomer Bars

Dear Ms. Behavior: Why do lesbians break up so easily? I believe in staying with the one you love.  But I knew someone who dumped her lover for forgetting to put the CDs back in […]

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