Ten years ago, I moved to Kansas City to be with my boyfriend, who is now my husband. That October, we enjoyed an evening of fun in the West Bottoms, where we entered one of Kansas City’s famed haunted houses. Kansas Citians take Halloween very seriously. […]
Camp holds the distinction of being the longest-running magazine now being published for the LGBT and allied communities in Kansas City. This issue marks 10 years since we launched at Kansas City’s 2004 Gay Pride festival. […]
The ACLU of Missouri announced Feb. 12 that it would be filing a lawsuit against the state on behalf of eight legally married LGBT couples who are Missouri residents. Jim MacDonald and Andy Schuerman, one of the married couples in the lawsuit, are the only ones who are Kansas City area residents. […]
When Jim Gabel and I launched Camp in June 2004 at the Pride festival, our plan was to make a serious commitment to the Kansas City LGBT and allied communities. And from that first issue to this one – our 141st – we have stayed focused on this community. […]
I hope you enjoy this special issue of Camp, which includes a supplement about the good work of SAVE Inc. and its Nov. 1 fundraiser, HomeComing: A Mad Affair. Flip the magazine to the back cover to read this special supplement. […]
Recently, I was contacted by a mutual colleague after the Kansas City Star posted an article about Michael Burnes, the granddad of this city’s gay bars. The first thing my friend said was that she couldn’t believe I’d give a quote like that to the Kansas City Star.