MAGLCC Spotlight – Blaine Proctor

October 13, 2017

We recently sat down with Blaine Proctor in his Midtown office, a restored private residence turned into the headquarters of SAVE Inc., an essential Kansas City charity. Proctor, the chief executive officer of SAVE, says: […]

In Memorium – Danny Hurshman Jr.

October 13, 2017

Danny Hurshman – often known by his nickname, DJ, and his drag name, Connie Carlysle – was a good friend of this magazine, and we featured him as Connie on the November 2013 Camp cover […]

Bookworm Sez – When Gang Members Are Gay

October 13, 2017

You felt surprisingly safe. There you were, in a place that was certainly iffy, but you were totally comfortable there. No danger, no darkness, no problems – and in the new book The Gang’s All […]

Will LGBT+ Social Spaces Wither Away?

October 13, 2017

The gay bar has been eulogized by the gay press (https://goo.gl/VyKA8Q), pathologized by experts studying crime and deviance, and romanticized by others. On the surface, such eulogies appear to be valid. All across the nation, […]

A Collection of Seven Shorts from One Director

October 13, 2017

“I’ve always been a daydreamer,” declares out-and-proud filmmaker Michael J. Saul at the beginning of his new compilation of shorts, The Daydreamer’s Notebook. “I was always off in my own little world. It was always […]

SAVE INC. Adds to its Mission

October 12, 2017

Every year, it is our pleasure to work with SAVE Inc. on its “HomeComing” fundraiser. This year’s theme is “Spotlight – Time to Shine.” In the special supplement of Camp’s October issue, you will find information […]

The Camp10 – Angie Cottrell

October 12, 2017

School is back in session, mornings are getting cooler, and pumpkin-spice everything is showing up everywhere. With thoughts of school days (at least college school days!), I interviewed Angie Cottrell, who works at the University […]

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