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Queering the Tarot: The Four of Pentacles

The Four of Pentacles denotes success, but it’s one I’ve always had a hard time connecting with. The figure pictured in a traditional Rider...

Uprising Theatre Company’s Twisted Deaths Tackles Death Head-on

"I just want to live my life and die my death." -Ryan Brown in Twisted Deaths In the interest of full disclosure, I'll start by...

A Different Kind of Intimacy Comes to the Walker

Many of us remember the ‘80s and ‘90s as being a time of hilariously bad (but comforting) clothes, music, and TV shows. It’s easy...

Minneapolist St. Paul International Film Festival Brings Queer Content to the Big Screen

The Minneapolis St. Paul International Film Festival (MSPIFF) does a wonderful job annually of bringing the best and brightest in independent and foreign film...

Queering the Tarot: The Three of Pentacles

The Three of Pentacles is a tarot card that show up to assure us that step by step methods of gain pay off. It’s...

April Showers Bring…Mermaids! (Among Other Queer Arts Magic)

April is upon us and once again Spring’s sense of joy and renewal brings us some really, beautiful solid options for queer and queer...

Lightning Rod is Back At Patrick’s Cabaret This March Only

Last year Patrick’s Cabaret took their already radical mission and added a unique spin on flash theatre to their mix, creating a night of...

“Indecent” Brings Issues of Censorship and Anti-Semitism Center Stage

Paula Vogel’s Indecent is a very good play, and the Guthrie’s production is top notch. This Pulitzer Prize winning play is based on a...

Mother Goose’s Bedtime Stories: A Taste of What’s to Come

Queer artists in the Twin Cities are all too familiar with the critical dearth of affordable, accessible space to develop and showcase the radical work that is...

Queering the Tarot: Two of Pentacles

This card of balance and fluctuation is a necessary evil in our Earthly journey. If the Ace promises news and growth, the Two reminds...