A Chance to Mark World AIDS Day Here at Home

October 31, 2017

As some anniversaries arrive, we honor them, but don’t exactly celebrate. AIDS Walk Kansas City has one of those coming in April 2018, when organizers will honor the 30th year of these fundraisers. But first, […]

MAGLCC Spotlight – Josue Montes

October 23, 2017

Josue Montes, who goes by Josh, says his interior-decorating work is his “bread and butter.” About a year ago, he started a blog at 1dapperlatino.com. “The reason I launched the blog was to speak about […]

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 […]

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