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MN Supreme Court’s Stras confirmed to Appeal’s Court

Minnesota Supreme Court Justice David Stras was confirmed by the U.S. Senate on Tuesday to the Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals. Stras, who was...

Around the Region: Sioux Falls mayor joins Mayors Against LGBT Discrimination

South Dakota Sioux Falls Mayor Mike Huether has joined Mayors Against LGBT Discrimination, the Argus Leader reports: Mayor Mike Huether has signed on to a...

Around the Region: Anti-LGBTQ student group sues University of Iowa

Iowa Controversy continues at the University of Iowa as a Christian group sues after the University revoked it's status as a student group following anti-LGBTQ...

Art Shanties, a unique winter event with lots of queer artists

Twenty-one teams of visual artists, fifteen groups of performing artists and one frozen lake are teaming up for another great year of the Art...

Around the Region: Trans student receives $800k settlement after school-based discrimination

Wisconsin A transgender student who was discriminated against by the Kenosha Unified School District has won a $800,000 settlement from the school, Kenosha News reports:...

Around the Region: Data suggests that South Dakota has lowest per capita LGBT population...

Regional Data The Williams Institute is out with the annual estimate of LGBT population by state. In our region, Minnesota had the highest percent of...

Queering the Tarot: King of Swords

Contrary to the Queen of Swords, the King is often seen as lacking compassion. This is is someone so intellectually driven, they can only...

Bi-lesque confronts erasure and increases representation

The Bisexual Organizing Project (BOP) has been quietly building one of the most important burlesque shows in the city for the second year in...

Twin Cities queer arts must-sees in January

Happy almost 2018, Column readers! If you are like me, you’ve got a list of resolutions and a renewed lifelong vow to spend more...

A Twin Cities guide to doing New Years LGBTQ style

There are few things a rainbow squad comprised of LGBTQ+ besties loves more than a night dedicated to partying and starting fresh, making New...