Where Families Live

By David Masello
In Stephen McCauley’s eighth novel, You Only Call When You’re in Trouble, the main figure, Tom, is a suddenly-single gay architect living in Cambridge, Massachusetts, who specializes in designing “tiny houses” for high-end clients. The post Where Families Live appeared first on The Gay & Lesbian Review.

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REVIEW – A Closer Walk With Patsy Cline: Stage West recalls the career of a trailblazer

Despite a brief career before her death on March 5th, 1963 in a plane crash, Patsy Cline’s influence is felt in music even today. Songs like Crazy and I Fall to Pieces are instantly recognizable. A Closer Walk With Patsy Cline has been performed around the world since Vancouver’s Dean Reagan debuted his creation in 1991. Stage West brings Cline’s story to the stage until September1st.
Part musical revue, part sketch comedy, A Closer Walk with Patsy...

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REVIEW – Fans Love to Love Nickelback at Stampede Finale

It’s hard to believe that Nickelback formed nearly 30 years ago and broke out 25 years ago with the album The State. Over that time the Hanna, Alberta 4some has performed dozens of times in Calgary, from bars to headlining the 2013 Flood-Aid concert at McMahon Stadium. Add in multiple Saddledome shows including just a year ago, and fans know what to expect when the band shows up. 17,000 fans showed up for the final night of Stampede for an explosive evening of hits, hits, and more hits.
The success of...

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REVIEW – Orville Peck Stampedes on To Coke Stage

Orville PeckAbout three fourths of the way through Orville Peck’s July 12th headlining slot on the Coke Stage at the Stampede, he was telling the audience about how his duet with the iconic Willie Nelson on Cowboy’s Are Frequently Secretly Fond Of Each Other – a song about gay cowboys – came about. He casually mentioned that he is, in fact, a gay cowboy. Standing on a stage in front of thousands of people, gay, straight, and everything in between, it was one of those moments that fans of live music live for. While the Stampede has...

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Coming Out On (and Off) the Field

By Jonah Newman
I craved my teammates’ acceptance and respect, and it couldn’t have been clearer that these would never be extended to anyone other than a cisgender, heterosexual man. The post Coming Out On (and Off) the Field appeared first on The Gay & Lesbian Review.

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