Dining Out For Life: 2019

What better way to top off a delicious night on the town than to contribute to a beautiful cause? An annual fundraising event, Dining Out For Life raises money to support HIV/AIDS service groups and […]

Eat The Menu: Iron Ranger

There’s a little neighborhood pub along St. Paul’s Grand Avenue jam-packed with big flavors from up north. For anyone lucky enough to wander in for a couple beers and wings after work, Tom Forti’s Iron […]

A Day In The Life: Voua Her

Name: Voua Her Where did you grow up? I grew up in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, but lived in other parts of Wisconsin, like Caledonia, and Madison, until I was eighteen. Where do you live? I currently live in East […]

Everyday Drama: A Day In the Life of a Step Parent

You wake up and make your lunch. Hide your lunch on the back porch so the kid doesn’t grab it by mistake. He once took your lunch shortly after you entered his life four years ago. It […]

Skirting The Issues: Sentimentalist

Gentle readers: please indulge me as this is my second column in a row where I go back in time. It’s true: among other things, I’m a huge sentimentalist. I hold onto things way longer […]

Books: 623

FlabberGassed: A Mister Puss Mystery Michael Craft Questover Press $24.95 FlabberGassed is the first in Michael Craft’s Mister Puss Mysteries, promising tantalizing gay cozies featuring a gay architect and a rich widow’s prescient but Sphinx-like Abyssinian. Before […]

From The Editor: Life Is A Dish Best Served With Love

Now that spring is here, we Minnesotans are feeling a lot less reserved about going out, especially now that the baseball season has started, the summer movie season is around the corner (I got my Avengers: […]

Leather Life: Exploring Masculinity Through Art

An Interview with Christopher Selleck, Artist and Photographer Christopher Selleck is an artist who uses photography and other forms of art to explore what he calls “the terrain of masculinity.” His artwork has been displayed at […]

Arts Spotlight: 623

A Bright Room Called Day Through Apr. 13 Pillsbury House Theatre, 3501 Chicago Ave., Minneapolis 800-838-3006 www.redbird-theatre.com Gay playwright Tony Kushner is renowned for polemical scripts that imaginatively entertain. One of his early works, now […]

A Word In Edgewise: All the World’s a Stage—Are You a Player?

The Guthrie has been working creatively with gender-bending in casting, no more so than the recent production of Shakespeare’s As You Like It having four traditionally male roles—Touchstone, Jaques, Corin and Hymen—become female roles played by females, with a […]

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