Nouveau Vegas

I recently went on a whirlwind trip to Las Vegas. It was all gay, all the time. We packed our nights with a number of gay bucket list items: Chelsea Handler at The Chelsea, The […]

Gay Columbus

I was sitting at the intersection of High and Gay in Columbus when I marveled at how I never knew about this gay-friendly gem of a town in Ohio. With a population greater than the […]

Duluth-Superior Pride Offers Awesome Labor Day Weekend Cornucopia

This year, Duluth-Superior Pride marks its 28th anniversary with a five-day cornucopia of events in the Twin Ports of Duluth, Minnesota, and Superior, Wisconsin, over Labor Day Weekend, August 27-31. The theme is “Out Is […]

Red Cow: Expanding the Herd to St. Paul

A familiar name has crossed the river into St Paul; restaurateur Luke Shimp has opened a second Red Cow a little more than a year after scoring a big hit with his first location in […]

Playing For The Other Team: Shelly Bean the Sports Queen

In 1993, Shelly Boyum-Breen was my role model. She was “Coach Shelly” to me then. Mom and Dad had sent me to St. Ben’s for Blazer Basketball Camp with a couple hundred other middle school […]

The Perfect Fit: The Porter Adoption Story

Photos of the Porter family show a happy teen between two tall men with joyous eyes. The smiles of the three men are so heartfelt—and so natural—that one could assume the trio has been smiling […]

Safe Schools: Questions Unanswered

Amongst great excitement over the passing of Minnesota’s more strict anti-bullying legislation this spring, there was also great concern that much was left up to individual school districts. Once the excitement faded away, questions remained […]

Rainbow Resources: Back to School

GLBT-Friendly Back to School Shopping Guide As the school year draws nearer, retailers will stop at nothing to attract back-to-school shoppers. With all of the options, it can be hard to decipher which retailers deserve […]

A Refuge for Homeless Youth

In a rare suburban venture aimed at tackling a growing statewide problem, city officials, churches, civic groups and others are working together in Brooklyn Park to open a shelter for homeless teens. The facility will […]

Books: 502

For My Brothers Mark Abramson Wilde City $16.99 Minnesota-born, long a native of San Francisco, and author of the beguiling Beach Reading series, Abramson ventures into non-fiction with For My Brothers. Looking back from the late 1970s […]

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