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 […]

A Sexy Soulmate Story Set in Paris

September 3, 2017

Everyone knows a personable pair of paramours like Théo and Hugo — boyfriends rapidly on their way to becoming committed partners. They’re the central figures in Paris 05:59: Théo & Hugo, a dramatic romance in […]

‘A Very Sordid Wedding’ is Preachy, but Fun

July 9, 2017

In 2000, the cult hit Sordid Lives introduced audiences to a few residents of Winters, Texas. Billed as “a black comedy about white trash,” the movie followed the wacky problems of a Southern Baptist family […]

‘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 […]

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, […]

CampBiz – June, 2017

June 2, 2017

News Briefs LIKEME Lighthouse-KC changes its name The board of directors for LIKEME Lighthouse-KC, 3911 Main St., has announced a new identity and changes in its leadership. The organization is celebrating five years as the […]

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