The Ladies Foursome Continues to Tee Off at B Street Theatre

Fans of the game of golf – and you know who you are, Dinah Shore devotees – now have until Oct. 25 to catch the hilarious hit play, “The Ladies Foursome.”

Due to popular demand, B Street Theatre has again extended Norm Foster’s comedy about four women as they navigate the ups and downs of life on the links.

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Elton John's One Night Stand with SacramentoElton John's One Night Stand with Sacramento

Review and Photos by Colt McGraw

Many think that it takes a team of Kings to fill "Sleep Train Arena." Well, it only took one Queen to do it this past Wednesday. Yes, on a Wednesday! This is what I call power(bottoms) in numbers.

This date will forever be remembered as Yellow Brick Wednesday. Sacramento's most anticipated day of of 2014, Second only to Leather Sunday, also known as The Folsom Street Fair.

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Wild Rainbow Safari514

Our cover features safari expert, Jody Cole, as she and others track though the African wilderness. She is the founder of Wild Rainbow Safaris and she has told her story to Bonnie Osborn, who has shared it with us. You can read all about it on page 12.

Read more: The October 9 Issue of Outword Magazine is Out Now


Double date with Walt Whitman: An interview with playwright Tim Martin and actor Tom Irvin for LGBT History Month

By Henrik Eger, Philadelphia Gay News Contributor

Walt Whitman is one of America’s most celebrated poets, essayists and journalists, even though during his lifetime (1819-1897) his work was considered controversial. Whitman broke with many traditions and is now seen as the father of free verse.

Fundamentalists objected to the homoerotic passages in his poetry collection “Leaves of Grass,” which was described as obscene and overtly sexual. Yet, his work is now part of the American literary canon and read and studied in schools and universities.

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Is Tom Hardy the new Marlon Brando? - “The Drop” and 5 other films reviewed

by Chris Narloch

There is a slight chill in the air as I write this, which must mean that the fall season with more serious movies is upon us.

Read on for my picks and pans among the latest big-screen offerings.

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