‘Priscilla’ Will Make You Feel Better

June 9, 2017

With the world right now full of gloom, terrorism and investigations, it sure would be nice if there was somewhere we could go to just escape and feel good. Luckily for us, the Unicorn Theatre […]

When ACT UP/KC Stormed City Hall

June 3, 2017

On May 17, 1990, roughly a dozen members of ACT UP/KC, Kansas City’s chapter of the AIDS Coalition to Unleash Power, stormed City Hall, blowing whistles and heckling the City Council members in attendance. Outside […]

Celebrate Pride and Push Against Oppression

June 2, 2017

As we celebrate at Pride festivals, it is important now more than ever to understand what these festivals symbolize so that we can begin building a better future. Many individuals in our community feel that […]

Miscellany – The Unifying Force of Disasters

June 2, 2017

I have struggled with the concept of Gay Pride over the years, but one element of Pride Month is generally well-understood: Sometimes we have sunshine, and other times it rains on our parade. But regardless of […]

The Camp 10 – Savannah Rodgers

June 2, 2017

After too much rain, the weather is shifting and it’s starting to feel like summer! Soon we’ll be heading out to Pride and celebrating our community. This month, I was able to interview Savannah Rodgers, […]

New Perspectives

June 2, 2017

Oliver Garbo and Brittney Diebold-Garbo met at the Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences (KCU). “We met within the first month or two of school,” said Oliver. “She actually had a boyfriend at the […]

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