From the Mai Tai Sisters to the Golden Girls

September 1, 2019

Ron Megee and Chadwick Brooks channeled the Mai Tai Sisters at TikiCat, 401 Westport Rd., in Westport for a festive island-themed floor show on Aug. 13. These Bahama mommas had patrons beside themselves with laughter, […]

Characters Cling to Sobriety in ‘The Trigger’

August 1, 2019

The Trigger, recently released onto V.O.D. from Ariztical Entertainment, follows a 19-year-old bisexual hustler, Eric Coyle (played by Slade Pearce), as he tries to set his life back on the right track. Fresh out of […]

Musicality – Nightly; Brittany Howard

August 1, 2019

Nightly  Talk You Down E.P. (Interscope) I’m loving this four-song E.P. It’s pop, but not boring, and it keeps me coming back. This is the third E.P. for Nightly, which includes singer Jonathan Capeci, his […]

The Revolutionists is a Smart Look at Feminine Power

June 23, 2019

The Unicorn Theatre closes the current season with The Revolutionists, a creative and fierce look at women’s influence in the French Revolution. It’s best appreciated (although not strictly necessary) if you know the basics of […]

Queer Culture at Planet Comicon KC

May 3, 2019

By Billy Bob Griffin Early each spring, Kansas City’s self-proclaimed nerd community flocks to Bartle Hall for the Planet Comicon convention, the largest comic book and pop culture convention in this part of the Midwest. […]

Surviving The Real World

April 4, 2019

Danny Roberts entered the lives of many of us in 2000 during his time in the limelight of MTV’s The Real World: New Orleans. Handsome, charming, playful, and intelligent, he quickly became a favorite with […]

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