I AM JAZZ – North Carolina Talk

July 28, 2016

WATCH A CLIP from the season finale of TLC’s I Am Jazz, a reality television series about a transgender girl named Jazz Jennings. Episode Description: While Jazz goes on her first real date with a boy, the […]

Conversion Lies

July 28, 2016

The movie But I’m a Cheerleader was my introduction to conversion therapy. It’s a ridiculous 2000 comedy with RuPaul that satirizes the movement to “cure” people who have same-sex attractions. I thought it was an extreme exaggeration, […]

Two Stars On The Sax Are Coming to K.C.

July 27, 2016

Touring together, two saxophone greats – David Sanborn and “out and proud” musician Dave Koz – will perform at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 4, at the Kauffman Center in Kansas City, Mo. “I can tell […]

Rick McAdams, The Silent Communicator

July 25, 2016

Editor’s Note:  Rick McAdams, who was the sign language interpreter for Heartland Men’s Chorus concerts for over 20  years passed away July 24, 2016.  We are reposting this story  from the October, 2006 issue of […]

Film Festival Celebrates Its Kansas City Roots

June 22, 2016

Out Here Now, the Kansas City LGBT Film Festival, always presents a fresh and compelling slate of films. Now in its 17th year of bringing queer stories to the forefront, the program includes selections from […]

Musicality – Kinsey Sicks, Zayn, Deftones

May 1, 2016

Kinsey Sicks Eight is Enough I needed a laugh after getting the news about Prince’s death, and this album delivered. It’s a real show. Eight is Enough is the ninth album for the Kinsey Sicks, […]

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