He Found a Way to Help Out Immigrants

April 12, 2017

  A few months back, real estate agent Christopher Webb, of Shawnee, Kansas, was showing one of his houses to potential buyers. They said they liked the house, just not the location. Why? Because the […]

’Tis the Season to Help Out

April 12, 2017

  No, I’m not talking about the holidays. April is the kickoff month for many activities that are coming up in Kansas City’s LGBT community. And like most events, they need volunteers. If you’ve been […]

The Power of Teamwork

April 12, 2017

The Heart of America Softball League (HASL) is Kansas City’s oldest LGBT sports organization. Kris Dietz and Kathi “Kat” Finley play softball on HASL teams and met with me recently to talk about the league’s […]

Camp 10 – Lisa Marie Evans

April 11, 2017

Spring is finally here, and we’ve had some perfect weather for taking a book outside to read. With my background in LGBT literature, I was really excited to have the opportunity this month to interview […]

MAGLCC Spotlight – Sean Barnard

April 7, 2017

Sean Barnard is the affable owner of Bambou, a salon offering hair and beauty services in downtown Overland Park. He’s relatively new to owning a salon after a lengthy career in the casino world. “I’d […]

MAGLCC Spotlight – KC Repertory Theatre

March 14, 2017

The rich history of the Kansas City Repertory Theatre, affectionately known as the KC Rep, began more than 50 years ago. Eric Rosen, an award-winning writer, director and producer, was appointed to be the artistic […]

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