An Exclusive Interview with Fernando Miro
Yes, the adorable man on the cover of this issue of Outword will be coming to Sacramento in April to perform in Cirque du Soleil’s show, Varekai. Our own, Chris Narloch, sits down with Fernando Miro to see what he has to say. Check it out on page 14, and be sure to check out Varekai, here is Sacramento, April 9-12.
Kill the Gays Law - Think It Can’t Happen? It Already Has
Pratt & Smith - The last men hanged for sodomy
By Father Frank Ryan
The last Saturday of August 1835 was a beautiful hot day. James Pratt (30) left his wife and two young daughters in Deptford, searching for work - promising to return by 6pm. He was a labourer and needed a better job.
Pratt first visited his aunt in Holborn, before heading to Blackfriars. His aunt thought he’d had too much to drink and needed a rest, but he pressed on. In an ale house he met John Smith, a labourer aged 40, and William Bonill (sometimes spelled Bonell), aged 68. Neither could offer him a job to improve his financial situation but their company was hospitable. Bonill invited Pratt and Smith back to his rented flat and they accepted.
Cazwell LIVE Coming to Midtown
By Jonathan Root & Colt McGraw
From new projects, to his friendship with Amanda Lepore, to new tattoos and finally his idea of the perfect date, recording artist Cazwell says that he is "In a spring break state of mind."
Which is a good thing, because it is only days until Cazwell's Sacramento performance at what is being billed as Sacramento's "Hottest Spring Break Party" at Mango's Antro Nightclub in the heart of Midtown on Sunday, March 22.
Outword’s Annual Travel Issue is Here!
Every year we pull together an assortment of fun and interesting tidbits about traveling to different places. We try to include members of our own community, and things that might be relevant to that community. We think, this year, we have found a great collection of articles.
Chappie, Cinderella & Josephine Baker on the big screen
by Chris Narloch
In February, both Kevin Costner and Julianne Moore had two films in theaters simultaneously.
This month, it’s Dev Patel’s turn to go head to head with himself at the multiplex, and his dueling movies, “Chappie” and “The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel,” are very different experiences indeed.
- Kingsman & Kevin Costner on the Big Screen
- Ignored By The Oscars – So Many Snubs, So Little Time
- Wedding Bells are Gonna Chime!
- Couch Potatoes & Francophiles Unite At Verge Center For The Arts
- Get “Mighty Real” with the Fabulous Sylvester
- “Two Days, One Night” You Won’t Soon Forget
- Discrimination As Religion – Ask Lambda Legal
- James Franco’s Kinky New Documentary
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