Palm Springs, getting ready for its closeup.
Winter is a good time to flee south to the desert town of Palm Springs, and Ed Walsh gives a nice rundown of things that make this small California city iconic. Check it out on page 17.
SIGLFF • Stage • Movies • Music • Festivals
So much more.
This issue is Outword’s 21st Annual Arts and Entertainment issue, and it is always a pleasure to produce, but as Sacramento grows into a full-featured, cosmopolitan, California city in its own right, the words of our Arts Editor, Chris Narloch, express, so perfectly, how we feel…
“As Outword’s Arts Editor, I know how fortunate I am to get to enjoy all the plays, movies and concerts that I routinely get to write about and review. It’s an honor to cover the arts in Sacramento at a time when they seem to be thriving locally.”
Outword’s Farm to Fork 2016 Issue
One of our favorite issues of the year. (We love to eat great food..!) It is Farm to Fork month here in Sacramento, and we love helping them get the Word Out. Look for articles that will appeal to the Foodie, and the Wine-Lover, in you, inside this issue. Be sure to check out the Farm to Fork article, and their web site, for all the great things the city has planned, you can find it on page 14.
Happy Anniversary, Outword!
21 years-old is a milestone here in America. It’s the age at which an adult is allowed legally drink. So, it stands to reason that since Outword, Inc. is 21, it is now eligible for a good, stiff cocktail! All “Citizens United” joking aside, it is very much a milestone for us here at Outword, that we have been providing LGBT news, politics and entertainment for the Sacramento community for all these years.
Boy George and Culture Club!
There are few pop stars from the 80’s that have the staying power of George O’Dowd, more commonly known as Boy George, the lead singer of Culture Club. Our intrepid writer, Colt McGraw chatted with Boy George about life, fashion and even men. Read what George had to say, starting on page 15.
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