June 2016

Take Me to the River

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By Hans Pedersen, July 2016 Web Exclusive. Take Me to the River starts out as the story of a California teen who’s going to come out to his extended family in Nebraska, [...]

Outfest 2016

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By Hans Pedersen, July 2016 Web Exclusive. Fresh and exciting new voices continue to emerge in queer cinema, and filmmakers are finding innovative ways of sharing these [...]

The Year of the GEEKS

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By Laura Latzko, July 2016 Issue. As part of The Imperial Sovereign Court of Arizona’s annual Coronation ceremony, the Reign XI monarchs were crowned May 7 at the Phoenix [...]

Recordings | July 2016

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By Cait Brennan, July 2016 Issue. Tegan and Sara | Love You To Death | WB |  Is it a function of your humble correspondent’s advancing years, dear reader, or the duo’s [...]

It Takes A Village

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By Liz Massey, July 2016 Issue. Since its formation in January, the Greater Yavapai County LGBTQ Coalition (GYCC) has been experiencing rapid growth and filling a previously [...]

Talking Bodies | July 2016

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By Tia Norris, July 2016 Issue. Summer is here, which means the season of pool parties, BBQs, bikinis and board shorts is upon us. The number one question I get around this [...]

The Desert In Focus

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By KJ Philp, July 2016 Issue. For most photographers, seeing your work on the pages of National Geographic, a publication that boasts “on-the-ground reporting combined with [...]

Pitching Tents

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By Mikey Rox, July 2016 Issue. When it comes to camping, the options for accommodations are as diverse as the members of the LGBTQ community. Whether you like roughing it in [...]

Pride in the Pines 2016

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By Megan Wadding, July 2016 Issue. For two decades, LGBTQ community members and allies have gathered in Northern Arizona to celebrate Pride, converge with community, engage [...]

American Idiot

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By Richard Schultz, July 2016 Issue. Stray Cat Theatre’s artistic director Ron May is ready to launch a new era for the Valley’s edgiest theatre company. In addition to [...]

All Over the Map | July 2016

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By Liz Massey, June 2016 Issue. With a couple of spectacularly out-of-character (not to mention highly entertaining) exceptions, I have not been known for most of my life as [...]

Moon Over Buffalo

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By Richard Schultz, July 2016 Issue. Desert Stages Theatre is preparing for its move to a new venue in the Scottsdale Fashion Square, occupying the space that once housed the [...]

Belinda Carlisle

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By Megan Wadding, July 2016 Issue. She gained worldwide fame as the lead vocalist of one of the most-successful female bands of all time. Her band, The Go-Go’s, sold more [...]

A (Red) Ribbon Cutting

June 16, 2016 // 0 Comments

By Tamara Juarez, July 2016 Issue. Chronic diseases, such as HIV and AIDS, are not easy to monitor. They require a strict adherence to medication and constant supervision by [...]
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