Halloween Costume How-To Resources and Credits

Produced by Andy Lien, Morgan Ross, & Brett Dorrian Written by Brett Dorrian Halloween is just around the corner. For one night, you can be whoever you want to be, and everything is fair game. […]

Halloween How-To: Snow White & Prince Charming

Snow White and Prince Charming is one of the first power couples we’ve come to know.  The animated version of the fairytale came to the big screen in 1937.  The idea of a fairytale romance […]

Halloween How-To: Inspired by The Walking Dead

The Walking Dead is one of the hottest shows on television right now.  From Daryl to Andrea to Rick and Michonne to the Governor- not to mention any random zombie horde- the possibilities are plentiful […]

Halloween How-To: The Real Housewives of Hennepin County

Dressing up as the Real Housewives is for the fabulous.  Gender bending is a total green light.  These ladies are never without their cocktail in hand and this is a case where more is more. […]

Halloween How-To: The Avengers

For snappy catch phrases and immediate camaraderie, you may want to consider dressing up as a superhero group.  The Avengers have all had their time in the big screen limelight the last few summers, so […]

Halloween How-To: Sherlock Holmes & Doctor Watson

Going as Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson is the perfect option for a quality costume with little time investment for prep.  All you need for this one is to walk into Norcostco during business hours […]

Six Questions with Minneapolis Mayoral Candidate Stephanie Woodruff

This series of questions and answers with some of the Minneapolis mayoral candidates is to give the GLBT community a glimpse of five of the candidates this year.  Lavender selected five diverse candidates from the […]

Leather Life: Kink U Debuts, and Twin Cities Leather Adds Latte

The leather/BDSM/fetish community strongly believes in education. In that spirit, a daylong educational event called Kink U Minneapolis was presented on Saturday, Sept. 14 at the Minneapolis Eagle/Bolt Underground. The day was divided into five segments. The […]

From the Editor: The Halloween Issue

This Halloween Issue is something that has been in the making for two years. When I started this position as Managing Editor, the learning curve was steep (and still is, in many ways). What I […]

Disneyland Has Fallen: The Magic of Prop 8

As told to the author by Stephen P. I grew up in Disneyland’s backyard. Literally. My family’s home in Anaheim was close enough to the amusement park that I could watch fireworks over the Magic Kingdom. The […]

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