Dateland: I Miss The Whores

Some of you may remember a column I wrote about the brothel across the street from my house. To summarize: about a year ago, my friends rented their house to a couple of single girls […]

2015 Spring Arts & Dining

Arts Previews by John Townsend & Shane Lueck Food Pairings by Joy Summers Hir Mixed Blood Theatre Company Through March 22 Prepare to let go of some of your assumptions. Obie Award-winning drag artist […]

“Fabletic” Sportswear

Shirred Edge Capri $65 QuikWik JunoActive JunoActive began because founder Anne Kelly was at the YMCA in Saint Paul, having a hard time finding workout clothing, and wondering where all the other larger women […]

Coming Out…Again: Speaking Up about Mental Health in the GLBT Community

If you walk past Kimberia Sherva or L.A. Jones on the street, you wouldn’t assume that anything is different about them. They both appear to be healthy adults going about their daily lives. But what […]

Through These Eyes: Silent Sam

“And this is Silent Sam,” says a bubbly college sophomore called Ben. I’m a junior in high school, touring the University of North Carolina with classmates; Ben is our tour group’s guide. We approach a […]

A Word In Edgewise: Telling It Like It Is

If plain speaking makes you uncomfortable, don’t invite Barack Obama to talk. His remarks at the recent National Prayer Breakfast caused outrage from conservative journalists, namely Fox News pundits and Mike Huckabee. Evoking the Golden […]

From the Editor: On Stage: On Stands and Online

The Spring Arts & Dining Issue is here and I am reminded yet again of how fortunate we are to live in such a creative hotbed. Repeatedly and deservedly, we win in the rankings for […]

Bear With Me (While I Tell You About…): 516

Purimball March 7 • 8 p.m. – Midnight The Woman’s Club • 410 Oak Grove St., Minneapolis Celebrate the Jewish holiday of Purim at Purimball, an adult costume party for Jews and non-Jews. You’ll dance […]

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