By Terri Schichenmeyer, Aug. 27, 2014. The Glass Closet: Why Coming Out is Good Business by John Browne. Harper Business, 2014| $27.99. The view from your office is quite [...]
By Cait Brennan, Aug. 27, 2014. New Pornographers | Brill Bruisers | Matador Records | A. C. Newman assembled the New Pornographers in 1999 like some kind of indie pop [...]
By Bruce Christian, Aug. 28, 2014. A new Gallup Poll “reveals” that LGBT Americans are “under represented” in religious organizations and churches. Really? Is this a [...]
By Liz Massey, Aug. 28, 2014. I was raised in a household where appreciation of the arts was a daily reality, not a distant ideal. My earliest memories are of singing folk [...]
By Laura Latzko, Aug. 27, 2014. Each year, as sure as the changing seasons, the National Gay Flag Football League hosts Gay Bowl, its annual flag football championship [...]
Chip Sarafin. Photo courtesy of Arizona State University. Courtesy of Arizona State University, Aug. 26, 2014. Arizona State University offensive lineman Edward “Chip” [...]
Despite the heat, the Phoenix Frontrunners and Arizona Gay Volleyball Association continue events outdoors during the summer.
Summer heat doesn't keep the Phoenix Frontrunners from weekly workouts
Temperatures of more than 100 degrees won't keep Trent Taylor from running outdoors during the summer when most folks might prefer to work out in an air-conditioned fitness club. [...]
Story and photos by Mark Sterling-Ogle, Aug. 28, 2014. One might think mum’s the word when it comes to Kiku Revolving Sushi on the borders of Glendale and Peoria, but [...]
By Laura Latzko, June 19, 2014. Pride in the Pines gets a new venue for the 18th annual festival in Flagstaff.The festival will be on June 28 and 29 at Thorpe Park. Kat Jim, [...]
By Laura Latzko, Jun 19, 2014. When she performs in Flagstaff with her group Berlin, Terri Nunn plans to sing old and new songs with an electronic flavor that has defined the [...]
By Laura Latzko, June 5, 2014. In its 10th year, Bisbee Pride is becoming a grander event with the addition of national and local performers, while also continuing to [...]
By Alexis Getscher, July 31, 2014. As part of what’s be come an annual tradition, Desert Overture brings back “A La Carte,” Aug. 17, an even similar to the [...]
You're invited to the largest LGBT festival in the Midwest
They say Arizona summers are the hottest, but it doesn't get much hotter than Chicago's Boystown neighborhood in August, when the annual Northalsted Market Days draws one of the biggest crowds of any LGBT event in the Midwest to "the best gay neighborhood in the world." [...]
Transgender activist and scholarship recipient Max Janssen makes the transition from high school to college.
Moving away from home, making new friends, paying bills and learning to cook are just some of the challenges students face as they leave high school and head off to college.
By Desi Rubio, July 31, 2014. Eight out of 10 LGBTQ students are still harassed at school each year because of who they are. While today’s LGBTQ youth exist in an era [...]