Arts Spotlight: 534

Beautiful – The Carole King Musical Nov. 18–29 Orpheum Theatre, 910 Hennepin Ave., Minneapolis 800-982-2787 In the 1970s, everywhere you went you could feel the earth move beneath your feet with the tunes of […]

Fine Wine & Dine: Closer to Fine

Recently, there has been quite the hubbub over the fine dining scene in Minneapolis, in particular. What has been thought of as the crown jewel, La Belle Vie, is closing. Vincent A Restaurant will be […]

Brian Boitano: From Olympic Champion to the Food Network

Brian Boitano first made his mark on the international scene when he won the bronze medal at the 1978 World Junior Figure Skating Championships, beating future rival Brian Orser for that medal. In 1982, Boitano became […]

Youth Homelessness: No House to Call My Home

Although GLBT people are more accepted and less stigmatized as a whole, more than a million youth in the United States are homeless; almost 40 percent of them are GLBT, and a disproportionally high number […]

From the Editor: The Dialectical of Fine

In this issue, we’re talking about fine dining. We have a tremendous food and drink scene and I’m always proud to showcase it to the community. This can (and should) be an uncomfortable topic when […]

Through These Eyes: Cutter

My room doesn’t have the effects of boys’ rooms my age. There are no posters of pretty girls, no baseball gloves or trophies, no dirty clothes strewn out on the floor. Although, I do have […]

Dateland: Night Owl

Last night, my girlfriend and I started to take the famous “36 Questions that Lead to Love” quiz. According to the psychologist who created it, if you go through this exercise with a complete stranger, […]

Skirting The Issues: The Trifecta

Are you ready for more soul bearing? If not, flip the page. I won’t be offended. Lately, I’ve been thinking of personal demons. All of us have them; they’re a part of the human condition. Sometimes […]

Books: 533

Already Doing It: Intellectual Disability and Sexual Agency Michael Gill University of Minnesota Press $26 The basic question author Gill poses: Should sexual citizenship depend on IQ? An important statement to consider Gill addresses in […]

Arts Spotlight: 533

Doubt: A Parable Nov. 7–21 Lab Theater, 700 N. 1st St., Minneapolis 612-333-7977 Odds are that New Epic’s staging of John Patrick Shanley’s Doubt will be well worth the trip to the Lab in […]

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