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: […]

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 […]

The Camp10 – Angie Cottrell

October 12, 2017

School is back in session, mornings are getting cooler, and pumpkin-spice everything is showing up everywhere. With thoughts of school days (at least college school days!), I interviewed Angie Cottrell, who works at the University […]

The Camp 10 – Samantha Kay Ruggles

September 3, 2017

Well, I hate to say it, but summer is coming to an end. And although I’m sad that I won’t be able to swim outside for much longer, I look forward to my favorite season, […]

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 […]

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