Fall Arts & Dining

Lavender’s Top Picks for the Fall Arts Season: 30 Plays 28 Restaurant Pairings 17 Musicals 6 Ballets 5 Operas 3 Comedies and 1 Cirque du Soleil Theatre Reviews by John Townsend Restaurant Pairings by Joy […]

Mother Moon

“As with any Cirque show, you can let your imagination run wild. That’s why there’s no story line or words that are given out so that each individual that comes can be taken and transported into […]

Dance: On the Move

It’s not the new normal. It’s the last year of abnormal, says Northrop Auditorium’s media maven, Cari Hatcher, and it’s about time. While its home on the U of M’s campus is being renovated, its […]

Dateland: All-Girl Cruise!

The first porn movie I ever saw was called Sex Boat. I was 17 and a couple of suburban boys invited my best friend and me over to watch “pay TV.” (Children, this was back […]

Bear With Me (While I Tell You About…): 477

2013 Moxie Awards Thursday, September 12 • 5:30-8:30pm American Swedish Institute • 2600 Park Ave., Minneapolis Join PFund in celebration of the spirit of LGBT communities as they recognize their 2013 grantee partners, scholarship recipients […]

Big Gay News: 477

BigGayNews from New Mexico: José Julio Sarria, Gay Political Pioneer, Dies The SF Gate reports that José Julio Sarria, a pioneering San Francisco drag queen who became one of the first openly gay candidates for […]

A Word In Edgewise: A New Language for a New World

Pfc. Manning announced, shortly after her recent sentencing, an ongoing gender issue: Manning wishes to be addressed as “Chelsea” and to start hormone replacement therapy. This request will open up further legal issues for both Manning and […]

Mama – Through the Eyes of Todd P.

I remember running across the street to my grandmother’s house every week. I’d run there when she made bread or when my mom, Mama, would get into one of her fits. Mama called me a cock-sucking son […]

From the Editor: Fall Arts & Dining Issue

This Fall Arts & Dining Issue is full of color and life. As a season preview, we get to see what we can look forward to in the upcoming season of theatre, music, and dance […]

Fiddler on the Stage

Michael Brindisi could make melodic lemonade out of any old song-and-dance lemon if you give him half a chance. The man loooooves musicals, that’s all there’s to it. So when he declares, “This is my […]

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