How I'll Remember Joan

By Colt McGraw

As a young gay man I couldn't help but be drawn to Joan Rivers. I couldn't look away even if I wanted to and from the day I became hooked, I never did.

She was fearless yet fragile, she was hard yet humane. I believe Joan became my version of the all American boy's superhero.

Read more: How I'll Remember Joan

 

Beach Blanket Babylon’s Holiday Extravaganza on Sale Monday

by Chris Narloch

Tickets for Beach Blanket Babylon’s Holiday Extravaganza will go on sale Monday, September 8, at 10 a.m.

A San Francisco favorite since it began its run in 1974, Beach Blanket Babylon is America’s longest-running musical revue and a fixture at Club Fugazi in the North Beach district of San Francisco.

Read more: Beach Blanket Babylon’s Holiday Extravaganza on Sale Monday

 

Happy Anniversary Outword!511

As the end of Summer approaches, all of us here in Sacramento get to enjoy two very special things. The Rainbow Festival, and Outword Magazine getting another year older!

This coming weekend they will be blocking off the streets around 20th and K Streets to bring you one of the biggest parties of the Summer, and it promises to be a doozy! Our cover model, Dev, will be performing, along with Amber and a blast from the past, Exposé, just to name a few. Festivities start at 10 a.m. Sunday morning, and go to 6 p.m.

Read more: The August 28 Issue is Out!

 

Don’t Give ‘The Giver’ The Time Of Day - Plus Four Other New Movies Reviewed

by Chris Narloch

The dog days of summer have officially arrived, at least cinematically speaking, with god-awful new movies like “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles,” “Let’s Be Cops,” and “The Expendables 3” stinking up theaters from coast to coast.

I’m not going to waste your time reviewing those duds. Instead, I have saved my poison pen for movies starring pedigreed actors like Meryl Streep, Scarlett Johansson, and Jeff Bridges.

Read more: Don’t Give ‘The Giver’ The Time Of Day

 

Sports!510

One thing you have always been able to say about Sacramentans is that they love their sports. Everything from bowling, running, basketball, softball, even roller derby, are available to participate in, right here in the river city. If you are interested in being a part of one, or just hanging out and watching, be sure to check out Cameron Yee’s story starting on page 10.

Read more: The August 14 Issue is now on newsstands - real and virtual.

 

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