Photography: Taylor Hall O’Brien Styling: Paige Frandsen Art Direction: John Mark Hair & Makeup: Kristine Loehrer Model: Katy Lee at Ignite Models Baum und Pferdgarten dress from Mona Williams and 3 Jag hoop earrings from Showroom Bangles […]

Grant Whittaker: ‘Be Your Own Muse’

With a background in fashion and dance, Grant Whittaker understands the human body. How the body moves, how fabric drapes the body, and how to adapt fashion for each body. “Having come from that dance […]

Health & Wellness Update: Local HIV/AIDS Service Organizations

HIV/AIDS service organizations provide assistance in many forms to people living with HIV/AIDS and their families and friends. These services may include counseling as well as HIV testing and referral resources. The organizations listed below offer […]

At-Large: Personal Style

I recently dyed my hair blue, pierced my ears, and thrifted for a bunch of new clothes. For some, this is considered a standard Friday, but for me it was an emotional occasion. My hair […]

Ride Review: 2017 Ford Escape

Change is always good. In any automobile, change can help improve the vehicle’s look and/or driving experience. It could be a subtle change to the front bumper or a new set of gauges. It could […]

Skirting The Issues: Gratitude II

Five years ago, I penned a column entitled “Gratitude” that detailed how a group of well-off, totally straight cisgender people had selected me to be the executive director of a brand new nonprofit, Call for […]

Leather Life: Major Titleholders and Community Awards

Minnesota’s leather community recently has had much to be proud of. Within the space of a month, members of the community were awarded two major leather titles and received two major leather community service awards. […]

Arts Spotlight: 557

Bluebeard’s Dollhouse Through Oct. 15 James J. Hill House, 240 Summit Ave., St. Paul 612-838-3006 The boundary-breaking Combustible Company theater troupe (Herocycle) returns to one of the world’s drama classics. That most emblematic of […]

From the Editor: The Beauty of Finding Yourself

Have I mentioned before how what we see in media — on the screens, in the magazines, in images both moving and still — is representative of only about five percent of what our population […]

A Word In Edgewise: Learning from Others

I recently spent 10 days in Amsterdam. Aside from the beauty of Amsterdam, itself, a city of which I am very fond, I was struck by a couple of cultural differences. While Twin Citians are great […]

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