December 2015

At The Box Office | January 2016

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By Hans Pedersen, January 2016 Issue. Sisters  In theaters Dec. 18 | R | 118 minutes Crackshot comedy team Tina Fey and Amy Poehler star in this film about two estranged [...]

Book Review: Naughtier than Nice

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By Terri Schlichenmeyer, January 2016 Issue. You have to tell somebody. There’s a secret inside you, one you’ve been keeping far too long and you’re about to burst. You [...]

Money Talks | January 2016

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By Melissa Myers and Michael J. Tucker, January 2016 Issue. Melissa Myers: Happy New Year! In 2015, we spent a lot of time discussing how same-sex marriage has changed the [...]

Wreck the Halls

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By Richard Schultz, January 2016 Issue. Cabaret performances are commonplace in most major metro markets like New York, Los Angeles and Chicago. Locally, multitalented [...]

Recordings | January 2016

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By Cait Brennan, January 2016 Issue. Troye Sivan Blue Neighbourhood EMI/Capitol |  At age 20, Troye Sivan has already led several different lives. He originally found fame [...]

52 Tuesdays

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By Hans Pedersen, January 2016 Web Exclusive. 52 Tuesdays is a whopper of a challenge. The movie was shot over the course of a year, and only on Tuesdays. Similarly, the [...]

My Prairie Home

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By Hans Pedersen, January 2016 Web Exclusive. At one point in the musical documentary My Prairie Home Canadian folk singer Rae Spoon makes the brilliant remark that [...]

Christmas Queens

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By Anthony Costello, January 2016 Web Exclusive. The holidays can be a drag. And, this year, your favorite “RuPaul’s Drag Race” queens are giving that statement an [...]

The Force is Fierce

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By Hans Pedersen, December 2015 Web Exclusive. Guaranteed: If you’re a Star Wars fan your skin will crawl when the movie begins, just like the epic words crawling up the [...]

Maybelle

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By Megan Wadding, January 2016 Web Exclusive. After the death of her mother, 35-year-old Maybelle Garris (Bridget McManus) must learn to live for herself, as a lesbian woman [...]
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