Dateland: Nitpicking

There is a theory that our human ancestors developed the ability to speak while checking each other for lice and other pests. This theory—called Gossiping and Grooming—maintains that speech developed during the countless hours our […]

2017 Pet Marketplace Guide

Woody’s Pet Food Our pets are more than just animals; they’re our family. This is why it can often be tough to feed our pets anything that we wouldn’t eat ourselves. You can skip the […]

Vet Q & A

By Dr. Susan Lowum, DVM, MS, Diplomate, ABVP (Canine and Feline Practice) and Dr. Kristi Flynn, DVM Lavender runs a Vet Q&A in our Pet Issues as well as online. If you have a question you’d like […]

Skirting the Issues: Allies

I’ve written before about how transgender folks (and yes, even the great Ellie Krug!) need allies, particularly those who engage in “allyship”—the action part of being an ally. “Action” as in, “Hey dude, you just […]

Arts Spotlight: 583

? [almost equal to] Through Oct. 22 Pillsbury House Theatre, 3501 Chicago Ave. S, Minneapolis (612) 825-0459 www.pillsburyhousehtheatre.org Dramatist Jonas Hassen Khemiri is revered in Sweden and his play was recently read publicly at the American Swedish Institute […]

Ride Review: 2017 Mazda CX-5

The first Mazda CX-5 was a major hit! In relative terms, the CX-5 helped raise the profile of the company by introducing a smart-sized SUV in a very competitive segment. Instead of following everyone else’s […]

Twin Cities Takes Home Three Trophies in Gay Softball World Series

By Josh Hausmann Eight teams from the Twin Cities Goodtime Softball League (TCGSL) competed in the Gay Softball World Series (GSWS) held Sept. 5-9 in Portland, Oregon with three teams bringing home trophies. The Twin […]

Q & A with National Coming Out Day Speaker Judy Shepard

In 1998, Judy Shepard lost her son Matthew to a murder motivated by anti-gay hate in Laramie, Wyoming. Since then, she has become a leading voice in fighting for the rights of this community and […]

Leather Life: Images of Leather, 1996–2003

Your humble columnist has taken a lot of photos over the years. A good part of my summer has been spent bringing all my pre-2003 non-digital photos, including the photos shown here, into the digital […]

From the Editor: Co-Dependents

I wake up to panting in my ear. Panting near my feet. Panting on the other side of the bed. Grendel, my 11-year-old Glen of Imaal Terrier, started panting in the middle of the night […]

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