90 Degrees And Sweaty, But Make It Fashionable

With just mere weeks of summer that Minnesota delivers, it’s necessary to be on top of your fashion game for every second of it. Regardless of your budget, style, or experience in fashion, MARTINPATRICK3, Nani […]

The Cater Innovators

Minneapolis and St. Paul have been foodie cities for a while now. From fine dining, exceptional greasy spoons, and artsy cafes, the Twin Cities has a little bit of everything for the resident foodie: including […]

Ebullient India!

This wasn’t your normal tour of India—Taj Mahal, River Ganges, Red Fort, blah blah blah. Been there, done that, loved it. But I was ready for the kind of experience small-tour operator Sudhakar (Sudha) Selwyn […]

40 Years At Bat

As the Twin Cities Goodtime Softball League prepares to start its 41st season, league commissioner, Greg Fedio, takes a look back at Minnesota’s first gay softball team and looks forward to a new season. Quite […]

Arts Spotlight: 624

Autonomy May 9-12 St. Paul River Centre, 175 W. Kellogg Blvd., St. Paul 612-338-6131 mixedblood.com You don’t have to go the Mixed Blood Theatre space to see their next production, Autonomy by Ken LaZebnick. Founding […]

Love, Annotated

The Minnesota Historical Society contributes to the canon of local GLBT history with two new book releases. As we approach the 50th anniversary of Stonewall and look back at the astonishing history of the GLBT […]

A Word In Edgewise: A Nose With Panache

Rostand’s flesh-and-blood template, Savinien Cyrano de Bergerac (1619-1655), provided the swashbuckling hero of the playwright’s 1897 blockbuster. The original sported an oversized nose, was a skilled swordsman, wit, and author; he made enemies, wrote two plays and two […]

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