About The Cover

December 12, 2016

In the holiday window display at Wonderland in Westport, a newly symbolic safety pin joins the U.S. flag and the LGBTQ rainbow flag. Owned by Andy Chambers and Alan Dunham, Wonderland, at 307-309 Westport Rd. […]

Don’t Give Trump a Free Pass

December 12, 2016

Remember the optimism we had before the Nov. 8 election? Camp’s November editorial expressed great hopes for a Hillary Clinton presidency. Electing candidates like Jason Kander to represent Missouri seemed so possible. Like others, we […]

“Nasty Women Unite Rally” in Kansas City

November 5, 2016

AFL-CIO Secretary-Treasurer Liz Shuler to Speak at NASTY WOMEN UNITE RALLY in Kansas City, MO The labor movement represents 6.8 million women, effectively making it America’s largest women’s organization. In a press release issued today, […]

CampBiz – November, 2016

October 31, 2016

News Briefs SAVE Inc. ‘HomeComing 2016: Urban Jungle This issue of Camp includes a special supplement for HomeComing, the fantastic Nov. 4 benefit for SAVE Inc. For the last several years, we at Camp have […]

Lying? Or just Not Telling?

October 2, 2016

This month’s issue of Camp celebrates two themes: October is LGBT History Month, and Oct. 11 is National Coming Out Day. As we get closer to Election Day, much has been made by media outlets […]

CampBiz – October, 2016

October 2, 2016

News Briefs Andre du Broc Publishes an Escape Guide to Canada Many of us know Andre du Broc, a talented actor, musician, writer, playwright, activist and even a one-time circus clown who lived in Kansas […]

Glimpses Of Queer Lives

October 1, 2016

Known to many for his involvement in Kansas City’s annual Fringe Festivals, Kevin King, artistic director of his Whim Productions theater company, has been busy creating unique theater experiences for years. In October, when we […]

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