Entertainment

Rainbows Festival

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By Laura Latzko, October 2017 Issue. Since it was established in 2002, Rainbows Festival has served as an opportunity to Arizona’s LGBTQ community to come together for [...]

At The Box Office| October 2017

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By James Fanizza, October 2017 Issue. Fat Camp  Now available on VOD | 86 minutes | Comedy When Hutch (Chris Redd) is kicked out of the house by his  mom, and forced to [...]

40 Years of Pride

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By Megan Wadding, October 2017 Issue. Tucson Pride, the state’s oldest organization of its kind, will celebrate four decades of LGBTQ Pride in Southern Arizona this month. [...]

11 Shows Not To Miss | 2017-2018

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By Seth Reines, October 2017 Issue. Whether you prefer the type of performances that require you to use your imagination or the variety that document the most literal of [...]

Restaurant Review: Casa Añejo

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By Rachel Verbits, August 2017 Issue. Midtown Phoenix is currently in the midst of a restaurant Renaissance. Everywhere you look, a new restaurant is popping up and [...]

Fat Camp

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By James Fanizza, October 2017 Issue. Jennifer Arnold and Patti Lee have a lot to celebrate: They’re both making their mark on the film industry in Hollywood, they’ve [...]

Recordings | October 2017

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By Julio C. Reyna, October 2017 Issue. Kesha Rainbow RCA/Kemosabe |  “I think it’s time to practice what I preach/exorcise the demons inside me,” Kesha sings on [...]

Lost Lake

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By Julio C. Reyna, October 2017 Issue. This fall, you’re cordially invited to lose yourself in your own backyard. Created by Superfly, of Bonnaroo and Outside Lands music [...]

Book Review: Making Midcentury Modern

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By Terri Schlichenmeyer, October 2017 Issue. You’ll never forget the feeling of key in hand. Imagine: you. A homeowner, finally, after saving, planning, and a ceiling-high [...]

Hedwig And The Angry Inch

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By Seth Reines, October 2017 Issue. Once upon a time, there was a boy named Hansel, born in Communist East Berlin during the height of the Cold War. He always dreamed of [...]

Restaurant Review: Hearth ’61

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Story and photos by Rachel Verbits, September 2017 Issue. The Valley is home to countless luxury resorts that beckon visitors from all over the country, and the world. One of [...]

Between The Covers | September 2017

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By Terri Schlichenmeyer, September 2017 Issue. “You’re in the Wrong Bathroom!” And 20 Other Myths and Misconceptions About Transgender and Gender-Nonconforming People [...]

At The Box Office | September 2017

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By Hans Pedersen, September 2017 Issue. An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth To Power In theaters | PG | 98 minutes | Documentary When it comes to LGBTQ folks finding common ground [...]

Recordings | September 2017

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By Julio C. Reyna, September 2017 Issue. Artist: Lana Del Rey Album: Lust For Life Label: Interscope Rating:  “It’s more than just a video game.” On Lust For Life, her [...]

Fun Home

August 17, 2017 // 0 Comments

By Seth Reines, September 2017 Issue. The year is 1998 and the scene is the Boardwalk Hall in Atlantic City, New Jersey. Here, the statuesque Northwestern University senior [...]
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