Fall Arts & Dining Pairings

Produced by Linda Raines and Chris Tarbox Arts Sections by John Townsend Dining Sections by Bradley Traynor Mamma Mia! Chanhassen Dinner Theatres Through Feb. 22, 2020 The celebrated dinner theater company has created one big […]

The Divine and The Fabulous

The Zakar Twins, Michael and Zach, who both identify as gay, are coming to the Cowles Center Sept. 21-22 for their “Pray the Gay Away” tour. “Some moms cry, some moms hug you. Our mom […]

Cookin’ Up A Powderhorn Storm

For the first year ever, the Powderhorn Culinary Arts Show will feature cooks of all skill levels on Oct. 19. Whether you own your own restaurant, you’re a novice in your kitchen at home, or […]

A Table For Black Sheep

Black Sheep Pizza celebrates everyone’s differences. And what better way to do that than over a slice of their delicious pizza? It seems every corner you turn in the Twin Cities, there’s a new pizza […]

A Little Slice Of Heaven

The Parade of Homes has been a staple of the Minnesota home-buying experience since 1949. Presented by the BATC-Housing First Minnesota, the event’s seventy-year history speaks volumes to its value to homebuyers and architecture lovers […]

Leather Life: T-Rexx and Sirens Join Twin Cities Leather Club Scene

The Twin Cities leather/BDSM/fetish community has, over the years, experienced an astounding growth in the formation of clubs, groups and organizations. According to one recent count, the number of leather/BDSM/fetish clubs, groups and organizations in the Twin Cities […]

Oh, He’s A Jolly Good Eagle

The legendary Minneapolis GLBT establishment known as the eagleBOLTbar continues to stand tall as it approaches its 21st birthday. How apropos is it that one of the Twin Cities’ longest-lived and venerable gay nightclubs is […]

A Word In Edgewise: When the Sickness of the Oyster is the Pearl

Professor Temple Grandin is celebrated for her work on humane treatment of livestock and her articulate descriptions of life on the autism spectrum (Emergence: Labelled Autistic, Thinking in Pictures). Diagnosed as “brain damaged,” professionals originally advised the child’s […]

From The Editor: Do You Hear The People Sing?

Everybody remembers their first time… at the theater, I mean. For yours truly, my very first Broadway theatrical experience (well, touring Broadway theatrical experience) was a production of Spamalot over a decade ago. Having been a theater kid […]

Books: 633

Prognosis: A Memoir of My Brain Sarah Vallance Little A $24.95 Vallance asks to ride a friend’s usually placid horse. Bolting, it jumps a fence, unseats Sarah who lands on her un-helmeted head. Following tests, all […]

Next Page »
Do NOT follow this link or you will be banned from the site!