Dateland: Bewitched

I’m wild again, beguiled again A simpering, whimpering child again Bewitched, bothered, and bewildered am I “Bewitched, Bothered, and Bewildered” by Richard Rogers and Lorenz Hart Sometimes, when I’m happy, I like to open a […]

Arts Spotlight: 523

Choir Boy June 16 – July 5 Guthrie Theater, 818 S. 2nd St., Mpls. (612) 377-2224 www.guthrietheater.org Tarell Alvin McCraney’s Choir Boy is set present day in a homophobic prep school for black male youths […]

In the Habit: Sisters Giving Back to the Community

“The first time I went out in public manifested as Girtha Rotunda a young lady came up to me and said, ‘You look marvelous. How long did it take you to get ready?’ Without thinking […]

Growing Sustainably

By Lisa Antenucci A Minneapolis Couple Plans for a Growing Family with a Sustainable Home Renovation Kevin Miller and Bobby Jardin are feeling hopeful. They are preparing for a Skype interview with a birth mother […]

Ready to Rock (or Dance, or Jam)?

By Twin Cities Pride Your Guide to Local Music at Pride Two days. Three stages. Dozens of performers. The soundtrack to Pride weekend is eclectic and diverse and awesome. You know, just like Pride itself. […]

Teach Me How to… Dabble

By: Lindsi Gish The Beer Dabbler is back and better than ever For the fourth year in a row, the Beer Dabbler is back at Twin Cities Pride. Kicking off the festival weekend, Dabblers will […]

20 Years of Giving

Lavender Media has held its own as a successful business for 20 years since the first magazine issue came out on June 9, 1995. Before that, numerous GLBT publications, both privately capitalized and nonprofit, had […]

Getting To & Around Pride

By Amy Ongaro Transportation options to get to (and around) Pride weekend have never been more plentiful. Check out these great options to have a safe and celebratory festival weekend: Bike It Biking is an […]

Boomer Town Welcomes GLBTQ Seniors

By Amy Ongaro There’s action heating up a comfortable, cool, shady area at Pride — complete with tables, umbrellas, and chairs to better connect with friends and the community. Boomer Town, now in its third […]

Same Difference

By Dot Belstler I had the opportunity to preview Same Difference, a powerful documentary film that explores the difference between oppressive and supportive school climates for gay teens. It features the stories of Justin Aaberg […]

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