The Unicorn Stands Still

April 21, 2012

With all the unrest in the Middle East today, we rely on war journalists and photographers for much of our information. And I sometimes wonder about the actual people that have those jobs […]

Impressed by Article on Author

April 6, 2012

I want to thank Camp and Bradley Osborn for the expansive and excellent article about Jay Michaelson [“‘God vs. Gay’ author to speak in Kansas City”> that was included in the February issue of Camp! ” […]


April 6, 2012

Lovers of musicals and jazz will enjoy this CD. Fans of Idina Menzel will adore it. If you hate musicals, it may be a little tough to get into, but not impossible. […]

Book Review – Drift: The Unmooring of American Military Power

April 6, 2012

This book is an engaging and intelligent read about the questions many people have about the U.S. military’s decisions and actions in recent years. Rachel Maddow seeks to understand why American society as a whole has become less emotionally invested in ongoing war. Have our recent wars directly affected civilian life? It doesn’t seem so. […]

Two Brothers’ Quest to Land Dolly Parton

April 6, 2012

Fans of the singer since childhood, they wrote a script that included a role for her. “She always said, ‘A fan is a fan — gay, straight, black, white, I love everyone,’” one brother said. “… Those things stuck with us.” […]

Where to Get Free or Low-Cost HIV Tests

April 6, 2012

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends routine HIV screening of all patients 13 to 64 years of age in the United States. Download a list of Kansas City area testing centers here. […]

CampBiz – April, 2012

April 6, 2012

Leading the way in this spring’s parade of events is AIDS Walk, which will be April 28. It’s amazing how much the Kansas City community raises for this important cause — one more reminder of the generosity of Kansas City. […]

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