Bear With Me (While I Tell You About…): 496

Saints & Sinners May 30-31 • 8pm Ritz Theater • 345 13th Ave. NE, Minneapolis Have you been naughty or nice? Is that an angel on your shoulder or a little devil? Either way OutLoud! […]

Through These Eyes: Wishing and Hoping and Planning and Dreaming

I pucker my lips into a duck face. My face looks better like this. My cheekbones are more prominent this way. I’m in front of my bathroom mirror, shirtless and doused with hairspray. My hair […]

BigGayNews: 496

BigGayNews from the United States: Michael Sam To Become First Openly Gay NFL Player NBC Bay Area reports that Michael Sam waited and waited as hours passed, rounds came and went, and eventually there were […]

Ride Review: Summer Getaways

You are planning a getaway. Let me be the first to congratulate you for doing so. No, seriously, we love to travel. It is our way to participate in what the world offers us. When […]

A Word In Edgewise: Anthropomorphism: A Two-Way Street

Anthropomorphizing–attributing human characteristics to beings that are not human–hides a darker implication. By dismissing any legitimacy of animal feelings, you label those beings as “non-us,” and justify their exploitation. This reasoning is applied to other […]

On The Record: 496

                  Elton John Goodbye Yellow Brick Road This arrives as a deluxe reissue 40 years after its original release, as fresh and beguiling as the day it […]

Ottawa: Capitol of Cool

Ottawa tries harder. Although it’s the capitol of Canada, it’s number four in size (and image), trailing cosmo Montreal, Vancouver’s laid-back lotus eaters, and Toronto’s MBAs making good. The Ottawa River separates the nation’s seat […]

Lav.fash™: MORE THAN ANYTHING – From the Lips of Emma Berg

White. Everything in this room is white. White floors. White doors. White walls. White pillows. White linens. White. White. White. Emma Berg sits at the end of a minimalist bed, knees met, posing for our […]

Arts Spotlight: 496

Crimes of the Heart Through June 15 Guthrie Theater, 818 So. 2nd St., Mpls. (612) 377-2224 The Guthrie has staged its funniest production in years with the 1980 contemporary classic Crimes of the Heart by Beth Henley. When […]

Philadelphia: Fashionable Philly

If you’re like me and have been to before, you will have already gotten a glimpse into the history of the storied town. There’s Independence Hall, the Liberty Bell, Elfreth’s Alley, Rittenhouse Square, and so […]

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