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Walker Art Center To Screen Film Pulled From Smithsonian Exhibition Under Catholic Pressure

In an announcement posted on its website, and re-published in MinnPost, the Walker Art Center declared its intention to screen "A Fire in My...

John Trones at the Pantages

He is back at it again this year! John Trones is hosting his holiday show "Christmas in the City" at Pantages Theater on Tuesday December...

Polly is FunkChanel

Nick and Eddie on Harmon Place is beginning a new venture this Sunday in the Parish Lounge.  We know the Twin Cities has...

Zombie Withdrawal?

Halloween savings at Bryant Lake Bowl! Saturday October 16, 2010 will be a delightful evening of haunts and howls with Mrs. Smith's Haloween Spooktacular and Dragmanity pulling a double header. You won't want to miss it!

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. ...

Mismatched Memories

Well people if you missed the last games don't fret! Here is a slide show of some of the fun.  The full set of...

Review: Movie About Two Moms is Better Than All Right

A great deal of fuss has already been made of Lisa Cholodenko’s lesbian family dramedy The Kids are All Right.  Setting precedent as arguably...

Scissor Sisters – Night Work: the 80’s just got gay(er)

Night Work has a pulse to it that makes you believe that if you dance as hard as this band wants you to through...

Review: Stonewall Doc Reflects (Poorly) on the Birth of a Movement

In the early hours of June 28, 1969 at the Stonewall Inn, an assortment of dandies, dykes, drag queens and other queers reached their...

Young, gay filmmakers tackle gay life in 1968

Two local young gay talents, Wesley Meirick and Elijah Chhum, are on the fast track to creating a film about what it was like...