November 2015

Book Review: Frank

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By Terri Schlichenmeyer, December 2015 Issue. According to what you read in the checkout line at the grocery store this week, another celebrity has released a tell-all. The [...]

Opening Nights | December 2015

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By Richard Schultz, December 2015 Issue. The Drowsy Chaperone Through Nov. 22 When a die-hard theater fan plays his favorite cast album, the characters come to life in this [...]

At The Box Office | December 2015

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By Hans Pedersen, December 2015 Issue. Liz in September  DVD release Nov. 3; iTunes & Amazon release Dec. 1 | Not rated Actress and activist Patricia Velasquez (“The L [...]

Recordings | December 2015

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By Cait Brennan, December 2015 Issue. Karen Crusher Granite itunes.com/karencrusher |  It takes a lot to get “folk music” right. Even the genre is kind of a screwed-up [...]

Off The Grid

November 19, 2015 // 1 Comment

By David-Elijah Nahmod, December 2015 Web Exclusives. Earlier this year, journalist Robert W. Kingett accepted a dare go off the grid and document his experiences living [...]

A Christmas Story  

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By Richard Schultz, December 2015 Issue. Several generations have grown up watching the frenzy of festive events that Ralphie Parker endures, alongside friends and family, in [...]

Money Talks | December 2015

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By Melissa Myers and Michael J. Tucker, December 2015 Issue. Melissa Myers: In the months since the Supreme Court’s ruling legalized same-sex marriage across the country, [...]

All Over the Map | December 2015

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By Liz Massey, December 2015 Issue. As this issue of Echo goes to press, we’re literally poised on the precipice of yet another holiday season. My clan and I celebrate [...]

“VEME: Queering Phoenix”  

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By Laura Latzko, December 2015 Issue. In Spanish, veme means “see me,” and serves as a command and an order to be seen – not to be simply looked at. It is also the very [...]

Transgender Day of Remembrance 2015

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By Liz Massey, December 2015 Issue. The Valley’s transgender community and their allies will remember the brothers and sisters they have lost to violence during 2015 at a [...]

Sparkle, Glitter, GLSEN

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By Desi Rubio, November 2015 Issue. For the past 25 years, the Gay, Lesbian & Straight Education Network (GLSEN), has served as one of the nation’s leaders in promoting [...]
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