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Kansas City's Voice for the LGBT and Allied Communities

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    Holmes Street is a five-piece, all-female (LBQ+) band that plays multi-genre covers. They’ve been performing in Kansas City since 2011, with huge support from the local LBTQ+ community. Looking to meet people? They pack bars! [...]

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    Molly Hammer Out of This World (Molly Hammer) Ten seconds into her debut album, and I’m a fan of Molly Hammer. Her sultry vocals immediately draw you in like warm light attracts insects. The combination [...]

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    “I’ve always been a daydreamer,” declares out-and-proud filmmaker Michael J. Saul at the beginning of his new compilation of shorts, The Daydreamer’s Notebook. “I was always off in my own little world. It was always [...]

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    Stop me if you’ve heard this one: A WASP, a black woman, a Jewish man, and an ex-Muslim man are all eating dinner together… Good playwrights can tap into the zeitgeist in much greater immediacy [...]

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    Sam Smith “Burning” and “Pray” singles (Universal) At 25, Sam Smith is still young, but the soul in his amazing voice is like perfectly aged wine. He makes me want to cry. Apparently, he’s only [...]

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    Many months ago, a friend who works at the Lawrence Public Library (LPL) asked whether I knew any drag queens in Lawrence. Unfortunately, I didn’t at the time, but knew some in Kansas City. The [...]

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    Just like in the movies, you’d planned to grow old together. You’d be the couple everyone smiled at: two wrinkled beings, holding hands, fussing good-naturedly at one another. Still in love, like the movies, till [...]

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    Tickets are on sale now for Cameron Mackintosh’s acclaimed production of Alain Boublil and Claude-Michel Schönberg’s Tony Award-winning musical phenomenon, LES MISÉRABLES,  for its much anticipated Kansas City engagement at Music Hall direct from a celebrated two-and-a-half year [...]

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    In January, Spencer Brown – who performs as Daisy Buckët at Missie B’s and elsewhere and as Trampolina in The Kinsey Sicks – will begin work in the recording studio on Daisy’s long-awaited CD, called [...]

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      The Unicorn Theatre closes out 2017 with an entertaining, yet soul-obliterating art experiment that’s almost impossible to describe, let alone review. Actually, I think the play is a little bit dangerous; I can’t think [...]

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    In 1985, the viral plague called acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS) was surging, decimating the gay community. The disease inspired fear of the unknown, making a tragic set of circumstances even more unbearable. That October, [...]

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      The rock musical Hedwig and the Angry Inch is returning to Kansas City, and for some local actors, it’s almost like a family reunion. Starring will be local actor Katie Gilchrist and Justin Carter-Van [...]

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    When someone says that prostitution is the world’s oldest profession, the comment is usually tongue-in-cheek, or a bit of a joke. However, many people do not consider it funny, because prostitution is a problem. Indeed, [...]

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    Fischerspooner Sir (Ultra Music) We’ve been waiting nine years for new electro-pop music from Fischerspooner, and it was well worth it. Co-written by Michael Stipe of R.E.M., the album uses silent moments in interesting ways. [...]

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    You are not alone. Even if you may be the only person in the room, you are one of many. Every word you’ve written has been written before. Every place you’ve visited has been seen [...]

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    What would you do with $100,000? Monique Heart, aka Kevin Richardson, thinks she might just use a little of the grand prize for a rescue French bulldog. And she has a few other options in [...]

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    At the bottom of the Grand Canyon lives a Native American tribe, the Havasupai. They try as hard as they can to live life in symbiosis with the nature around them, but the rest of [...]

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      Daisy Buckët Pansy This independent album by Kansas City’s very own drag icon Daisy Buckët is an absolute blast from beginning to end. It’s a mix of interesting covers and some excellent originals from [...]

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    “It’s sort of like having a somewhat unusual kid who’s going off to college,” says the out and proud director and writer Hunter Lee Hughes of his film Guys Reading Poems. “… Especially because the [...]

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    I hate watching romantic comedies. I also have no particular reason to care about how your parents met and had you. However, the new production at the Unicorn Theatre, Vietgone, has both of those elements [...]

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