Pride Weekend What To Do

Let’s face it: Pride weekend comes and goes in the blink of an eye, and if you don’t plan accordingly, you might just end up missing an event that you really wanted to go to. Use […]

How Do I Afford Senior Living?

By Rachelle Lavalier While most people presume that senior living care must be paid out of their own pockets, it is good news to many that other methods exist. Everyone has unique circumstances that help […]

National Senior Games comes to the Land of 10,000 Lakes

If you love the game, you’re in it for life. For over 10,000 senior citizens across the country, being an athlete doesn’t have an age limit. These dedicated senior athletes will come head-to-head at the […]

Kevin “Kaoz” Moore: Leaving a Legacy Through Music

Out gay hip hop artist Kevin “Kaoz” Moore’s latest album began as an EP but grew in light of personal and environmental challenges, notably the increased publicity around police brutality and the emergence of the Black […]

Food & Dining: Nighthawks

Landon Schoenefeld wasn’t even in the market for a new restaurant project. The North Loop pioneering chef and owner of Haute Dish was toiling away on the line recreating decadent comfort foods like the restaurant’s […]

From the Editor: Grow Old Along with Me

Happy Pride Weekend! The month-long celebration of Pride in the Twin Cities is hitting its peak this weekend. I can’t wait to get out there and see everyone at one of the many events listed […]

The Guthrie’s “Choir Boy” Examines Homophobia in an African American Prep School

Thirty-four-year-old Tarell Alvin McCraney has been hailed by media powers as the best gay playwright to emerge since Tony Kushner. The Brother/Sister Plays trilogy set in Louisiana was his first big splash, of which Pillsbury […]

Through These Eyes: Sundays After Church

Uncle Bobby, Uncle Johnny, and my father are sitting in my grandparents’ living room watching NASCAR. I don’t understand the appeal of boringly designed cars — however colorful, however fast — looping around a track […]

What Is Spirituality?

By Thomas Ehnert I have a confession to make. When I was asked to write a regular column about GLBT spirituality, I had to think for a long time about what spirituality is! You would […]

Arts Spotlight: 524

Apu Trilogy July 10–16 Lagoon Cinema, 1320 Lagoon Ave., Mpls. 612-823-3020 The Citizen Kane of Indian cinema, the Apu Trilogy, returns in a new restoration that’s been cheered about everywhere. Satyajit Ray’s milestone may […]

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