August 2017

Creating Safe Schools

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By Laura Latzko, September 2017 Web Exclusive. Throughout the school year ahead, the GLSEN Phoenix will continue to further its mission of assisting students, teachers, [...]

Igniting the Conversation

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By Art Martori, September 2017 Issue. Today, Brad Speck is a 42-years-old successful Phoenix realtor. He’s outgoing, articulate, and when he wraps you in a bear hug, you [...]

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 [...]

You’re in the Wrong Bathroom!

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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

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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 [...]

Rainbow Build

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By Megan Wadding, September 2017 Issue. The power of community is, as Aristotle put it, a whole that is greater than the sum of its parts. The same is true for the efforts [...]

Majoring In The Rest Of My Life

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By Liz Massey, September 2017 Issue. I come from a family of teachers. This tradition stretches back at least four generations and my relatives have taught everything from [...]

Camp OUTdoors! Turns 10

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By Tamara Juarez, September 2017 Issue. When Kado Stewart set out to complete her senior project at Prescott College 10 years ago, she never imagined a single idea would [...]

QU

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By Megan Wadding, September 2017 Issue. The QU Scholarship Fund was started in 2012 by Kevin Axx and Dr. Shel-Don Legarreta, both avid supports of one•n•ten. Each year [...]

Heroes Wanted

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By Staff, September 2017 Issue. Each year, as part of LGBTQ History Month, Echo Magazine honors community heroes who have helped raise consciousness and spark change on the [...]

Phoenix Gay Idol 2017

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By Anthony Costello, September 2017 Web Exclusive. This year, gayborhood bars welcomed a new singing competition throughout the month of June. The 12 preliminaries to Phoenix [...]

Spotlight On Success

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ONE Community, a member-based coalition of socially responsible businesses, organizations and individuals who support diversity, inclusion and equality for all Arizonans, [...]

Taking Pride In Education

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Courtesy of Phoenix Pride, September 2017 Issue. Phoenix Pride awarded $35,000 in individual scholarships at the organization’s ninth annual Phoenix Pride Community Spirit [...]
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