Piercing With Pride

Jack Kalvser and Cole Radermacher share their experiences as queer piercers in the Twin Cities. At Leviticus Tattoo & Piercing, they take just as much pride in their staff as they do in their work—and […]

No Shirts, No Shoes, No Worries

Au naturale is en vogue at Two Creeks Clothing Optional Campground. Do you ever have days where you just want to let it all hang out? Then you should take a gander at Two Creeks. […]

Pride Weekend What To Do 2019

Twin Cities! Pride Weekend is finally here! And as usual, we have an embarrassment of riches here when it comes to amazing Pride celebrations, parties, and events. Here’s but a taste of some of the […]

It’s All Queer In The Pool

Minnesota Ice Swim Club, the state’s only GLBT masters swim team, gives Rainbow Fish some serious competition. Just keep swimming, just keep swimming, just keep swimming… and that’s exactly what the Minnesota Ice Swim Club […]

Unearthing The ‘Land Of Enchantment’

I have an extensive list of destinations I want to visit. Japan is towards the top. I haven’t made it to New Orleans yet. When coworkers and friends rave about their adventures, I pull out […]

Tale of Two Cities, Tennessee Style

When the railroad depot was built, Chattanooga choo-choo’d into its golden era. Later, as train travel dwindled, so did the city’s charms. During the ’80s, recalls a local booster, “The downtown was shabby. So was […]

Pride, Midwest Style

Pride is here! The Minnesota rainbow community has plenty to celebrate and do during this momentous season, but it’s important to remember that Pride doesn’t just stop with the Twin Cities. Check out some of […]

Hart & Goal

The Black Hart of St. Paul aims to keep the spirit of The Town House alive. When St. Paul’s oldest GLBT bar closed down for good last summer, it seemed almost impossible for any successor […]

Arts Spotlight: 628

Flannelwood www.redhen.com Raymond Luczak rates as a superlative writer of gay content filtered through a rich and learned imagination. Some know him as the editor of some marvelous queer lit anthologies; others as a great […]

Everyday Drama: The Will

“I’ve had it! I’m calling my lawyer and changing my will!” That’s how a close friend started a phone conversation this morning. I get an I’m-cutting-my-ungrateful-relatives-out-of-my-will call from her once a month. I settled into […]

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