OUT AND ABOUT IN MIDTOWN - Chapter Eighteen
A serialized novel by Darrell Scheidegger Jr.,
(if you missed the previous chapters, you can read them at (http://outwordmagazine.com/inside-outword/music-and-books/1717-out-and-about-in-midtown-previous-chapters)
In chapter 17 we left Bingo with a stranger’s arm around her neck, and in chapter 18 we find a different kind of drama unfolding at Mel’s diner.
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The arm around Bingo’s neck tightens.
Our Annual Traveling Issue is Out Now!
This has always been a favorite issue to produce for us because it gives us a chance to gather and relay some really great adventures from our readers, writers and more. It’s always great to hear about other’s journeys, especially when it might be from a place that we would not immediately think would be cool, and fun, to visit. This issue brings stories from locations close to Sacramento, to all the way around the world. We even managed to find room for a great article about gay (and lesbian) camping, for those that have the desire and the equipment.
The Sacramento LGBT Wedding Expo 2016
The Sacramento LGBT Wedding Expo was held on March 6th, offering couples planning their marriages the opportunity to meet with photographers, caterers, florists and wedding venues to help make their day perfect!
It also included a wedding fashion show by House of Fashion and a live performance by the Sacramento Gay Men's Chorus.
The expo was hosted by Outword Magazine and Details Details.
See more photos at outwordoutabout.shutterfly.com
From Sacramento to Sundance
by Colt McGraw. Photos by Colt McGraw
If a snowy mountain retreat grabs your attention, the old mining town of Park City, Utah may be your dream destination. And if you adore films and love being surrounded by clever entertainment types, go during the Sundance Film Festival; I did!
Park City has been home to Sundance since 1981, and the festival’s mission to bring attention to independent films has strengthened the richness of the film industry greatly.
Sac Comic-Con at McClellan & Flash Gordon at the Crest This Weekend
by Chris Narloch
The Sacramento Comic, Toy and Anime Show (SAC-CON) was born on July 1, 1986 at the Sierra Inn (now the Ramada Inn) on Auburn Blvd.
The show had no guests, a little over a dozen vendor tables and less than 200 attendees.
- Don’t Miss the 2016 Sacramento Jewish Film Festival This Weekend
- LGBT Wedding Expo is this Sunday
- V-Day Sacramento Raises $36,000
- World’s Hottest Lesbians Head To “The Strip” For Dinah Vegas 2016
- World Premiere Screening of “Davisville 2013”
- South Dakota Governor Vetoes Discriminatory Anti-Transgender Bill
- Get Ready For Oscar Fever
- OUT AND ABOUT IN MIDTOWN - Chapter Seventeen
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