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Arts and Culture Calendar: Queer Fringe Edition

Coffee, Tea or Me, an existential crisis By The Adventures of Les Kurkendaal; Written by Les Kurkendaal and Marlene Nichols Los Angeles based Actor/...

Theater Review: Slate by Black Market Theatre

New theatre companies, collaborative work, and of course anything that calls out queerphobia or heterosexism are all things I have a deep, abiding love...

Gaylaxicon 2009: Let your freak flag fly

Gaylaxicon is in its 11th year of bringing together lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender sci-fi fans and the annual convention hits Minneapolis this weekend...

Spotlight on the Arts: TifDynamite Roberts

TheColu.mn’s Spotlight on the Arts features artists and organizations that have had an impact on the arts in Minnesota. If you are an artist...

Spotlight on the Arts: Oliver Schminkey

As a trauma survivor, the first time I heard Oliver Schminkey's poem Two Twin Beds, I was haunted in the best possible way for...

Fargo debuts a gay men’s chorus

A group of about 15 gay men have formed the Fargo-Moorhead Gay Men’s chorus over the past several months, the Forum of Fargo-Moorhead reports. Jon...

MIA @ MIA?

Security, Scandal and Smashing Art marks the beginning of this decade's "Foot In The Door"!

Gadfly Theatre Productions to bring queer geek fest to the stage

Gadfly Theatre Productions is taking theatre “where few LGBQTIA* and feminist artists have gone before.” The Final Frontier Festival will bring six science fiction and...

Arts and Culture Calendar for March 5

It’s never too late to start planning your weekend! If you are looking for something queer to do this week and weekend, there’s no...

Review: Absurd Plotting Stalls Swedish Gay Comedy

For the very concept of Ella Lemhagen’s Patrik, Age 1.5 to work, you must be generous in your assessment of the main characters’ intelligence. ...