July 2015

Dancing With The Bars 2015

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Story and photos courtesy of SWAY PHX, August 2015 Issue. For the past seven summers, local celebrities, bars and dancers have joined forces to fundraise and entertain, all [...]

At The Box Office | August 2015

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By Hans Pedersen, August 2015 Issue. Stand Video release Aug. 4 | Unrated | 87 minutes A Russian political drama set in the country’s chilling anti-gay climate, which [...]

Opening Nights | August 2015

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By Richard Schultz, August 2015 Issue.   Gypsy Scottsdale Musical Theater Company Here’s the ultimate story about an aggressive stage mother. Mama Rose is determined [...]

Between The Covers | August 2015

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By Terri Schlichenmeyer, August 2015 Issue. Speak Now: Marriage Equality on Trial by Kenji Yoshino. Crown, 2015 | $26 Third finger, left hand. If you’re wearing a ring [...]

Recordings | August 2015

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By Cait Brennan, August 2015 Issue. Adam Smith So Simple Now |  Just a few short years after relocating to Arizona from his native Kentucky (via Nashville), Adam Smith has [...]

#BeSafeOut

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By Megan Wadding, August 2015 Issue. By now you’ve likely seen the LGBTQ Consortium’s Safe Out campaign on billboards throughout the gayborhood. While each bears a [...]

All Over The Map | August 2015

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By Liz Massey, August 2015 Issue. You’ll have to forgive me if school was a drag for you, but I come from a family full of teachers, and I have a bit of an office/school [...]

Work Fierce, Part I: Office Politics

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By Liz Massey, August 2015 Issue. And yet. If there were two words that could completely encapsulate the state of the LGBT American workplace, “and yet” might be the [...]

Money Talks | August 2015

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By Melissa Myers and Michael J. Tucker, August 2015 Issue. Melissa Myers: So, I’m seeing a trend among clients that’s a bit disturbing. Michael J. Tucker: What’s that? [...]
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