October 2015

Echo Magazine’s Hall of Fame

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By KJ Philp, November 2015 Issue. Each year, as part of LGBT History Month, Echo Magazine honors community heroes who have helped raise awareness and spark change on the [...]

Restaurant Review: Cornish Pasty Co.

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By Chelsea Young, November 2015 Issue. When I first heard about Cornish Pasty Co., I thought the person who told me about it had mispronounced the word “pastry.” Come to [...]

A World Away

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By Art Martori, November 2015 Issue. That night in April 2014 began as an ordinary outing with friends, remembers Nurbek Omurov, a 33-year-old resident of Bishkek, the [...]

Seth’s Big Fat Broadway

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By Richard Schultz, November 2015 Issue. In an effort to redefine the “gala fundraiser,” Desert Foothills Theater is bringing Sirius/XM radio’s Broadway host and [...]

Frida Kahlo: Her Photos

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By Laura Latzko, November 2015 Issue. The name Frida Kahlo instantly calls to mind paintings representative of Mexican culture, politics, feminism and self. But what about [...]

The Book of Mormon

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By Richard Schultz, November 2015 Issue. Valley theater enthusiast and Broadway buffs have been waiting years for The Book of Mormon to finally descend upon ASU Gammage. The [...]

“The Benefits of Gusbandry”

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By David-Elijah Nahmod, November 2015 Web Exclusive. So what’s a “gusband”? The word, a combination of gay and husband, according to filmmaker Alicia J. [...]

Around the World in 50 Titles

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By Hans Pedersen, November 2015 Issue. If an international experience is on this year’s to-do list, you might want to get going on that (you only have two months left). [...]

Recordings | November 2015

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By Cait Brennan, November 2015 Issue.   Darlene Love Introducing Darlene Love Columbia Records |  For too long – decades, even – Darlene Love’s name was known [...]

All Over the Map | November 2015

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By Liz Massey, November 2015 Issue. This issue of Echo we’re celebrating LGBT history month. Each October, this observance takes a look backward and, inevitably, brings up [...]

Balanced Living | November 2015

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By Nate Whitten, November 2015 Issue. Friction is a force that opposes movement. Friction seems to be everywhere – from social media and traditional news media to politics [...]

A Community Cause

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By Desi Rubio, November 2015 Issue. On the heels of Northern Arizona’s AIDS Walk and AIDS Walk Tucson, Aunt Rita’s Foundation event coordinators and supporters are [...]

Money Talks | November 2015

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By Melissa Myers and Michael J. Tucker, November 2015 Issue. Melissa Myers: Marriage equality is getting more and more real all the time. Michael J. Tucker: How do you mean? [...]
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