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Queering the Tarot: 10 of Wands

How appropriate that I am writing about the 10 of Wands on the last day of 2016, a year that has been overwhelming and...

HRC: Minnesota is ‘solidifying’ equality but lags on important issues

The Human Rights Campaign recently launched a new index rating the states on LGBT equality, and while Minnesota ranks well above many other states,...

Gadfly to bring queer one-act horror fest to Nimbus Theatre

Gadfly Theatre Productions, an intersectional queer and feminist performing arts company, is reprising its Final Frontier festival in 2015 with a horror theme at...

The National: SoVo, Washington Blade, Others Killed; Arrests Made in Brutal Murder in PR

The owners of the Southern Voice and the Washington Blade abruptly announced the closure of both papers yesterday morning, along with four other big-name...

Last Chance: Don’t Miss Patrick’s Cabaret’s Sunset Season

In so many ways, Patrick’s Cabaret is the heart and soul of the queer arts community in the Twin Cities. This queer led organization...

Though controversial, HennCo HIV ads will continue to grace area bus stops

Despite rumors to the contrary, Hennepin County officials say they are not pulling back from its HIV prevention advertising campaign. Ads were placed...

Religious right leaders announce anti-LGBT legislative priorities for 2015

Groups representing Minnesota’s conservative Christians have released their legislative priorities for the 2015 legislative session. Both Catholics and Protestants have set their sites on...

Soon, HIV Will Not Be a Barrier to Immigration

A sign that the US Customs and Immigration Service may finally end their long-standing practice of denying green cards to many HIV-positive applicants, the...

Mankato Pride celebrates 14 year this weekend

Mankato Pride’s 14th annual celebration begins on Friday night. The Pride weekend will feature Queer-aoke, a festival with bands and drag, a parade, and...

South Dakota passes anti-transgender bill; civil rights groups urge governor to veto

On Tuesday, the South Dakota Senate passed House Bill 1008, a measure that would prevent schools from implementing transgender-inclusive policies. The House passed the...