24-Hour Count Helps Measure Needs

March 10, 2020

Ever heard of the “coastline paradox”? It’s the idea that explains why a coastline is considered so difficult to accurately measure: Smaller units of measurement allow more precise measurements of the coastline’s nooks and crannies, […]

Reinstate the ‘Trans 101’ Library Program

March 10, 2020

Transgender activism is on the rise here in Kansas City. As members of the LGBTQ community, we welcome our transgender family members under the rainbow umbrella, and we also welcome a local effort to share […]

Stonewall Sports Aims for a Bigger Kickball Season

March 10, 2020

Playing kickball with Kansas City’s Stonewall Sports group is a great equalizer, one organizer says, because everyone plays on the same teams. The participants’ gender orientation doesn’t matter.  “It’s all coed,” said Ryan Fortney, director […]

The Wait Is Over, Kansas City!

February 5, 2020

Slay! Kansas City drag performer Widow Von’Du will be sashaying into the work room for the 12th season of RuPaul’s Drag Race. Fans have been wondering for months now whether Drag Race was the reason […]

CampBiz February 2020

February 5, 2020

As we go to press, we have just received word that Charles Ferruzza, 62, a legend in Kansas City print media and radio passed away on Jan. 28. Social media has been exploding with condolences […]

Youth Royalty Court Pageant Set for March 1

February 5, 2020

Missie B’s will host this year’s Pride Youth Royalty Court Pageant on Sunday, March 1. Titled “Show Me Pride,” the pageant will feature appearances by the members of the 2018 and 2019 Courts before the auditions […]

SpeakOut

February 5, 2020

Hello Kansas City, It’s been almost a month since my previous position leading the Kansas City Center for Inclusion came to an unexpected end. Since then, I’ve been resting, reading and practicing self-care. I’d like to […]

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