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Stephen Dunbar-Edge

Hang on, George

Christmas Eve, 1946. Several actors huddle around their microphones, live-broadcasting a radio station’s seasonal drama, complete with commercial intervals and a touch of Yuletide music.The story they are dramatizing...

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Rainbow Returns

After a two-year hiatus, the Rainbow column has returned. The Gay and Lesbian Alliance (GALA), without an active board to keep it running, had gone into a one-year dormancy period; however, GALA is once again an active group and...

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Queer Coffee is a community saying hello

I don’t know what I was looking for when I walked into Baked Café for the Queer Coffee, advertised on ArtsNet. I knew I was going to interview Matt Koop-Pearce, the guy who created the event, but other than that, I think I...

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Gay community sees hope in The Laramie

Then I was at the Big Band Dessert and Dance Saturday night, I saw a handsome man across the crowded room.Fat chance that I was going to have courage enough to ask him to dance. Are you kidding? I might be hit. He might yell at...

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Behind The Scenes of Guys & Dolls

It’s an era of lady-like manners and the finest of gentlemen: Guys in suits, hats and shiny shoes, cleanly shaven with slicked hair and moustaches; ladies in skirts and dresses, wrap sweaters, pantyhose and high heel shoes. In...

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