Tears for Fears Graces the cover of Outword!534

80’s music nostalgia is alive and well here in 2015. All you need to do is look at the play roster for the local casinos to see bands you haven’t heard of in years, and years. But while they are good for a fun night wearing acid-washed denim skirts (you know who you are) and blue mohawks, very few 80’s bands have had the talent, or staying power of synth-pop legends, Tears for Fears.

Read more: The August 13 Issue is Out Now!



A serialized novel by Darrell Scheidegger Jr., This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

After some licking and biting at the end of Chapter Three, we leave Kevin and Jack to their lovemaking and head to Midtown, where drag queen extraordinaire Bingo is holding court at the Depot. (if you missed the previous chapters, you can read them at (www.outwordmagazine.com/inside-outword/music-and-books)

Read more: OUT AND ABOUT IN MIDTOWN - Chapter Four


Hippies, Horror and Apartheid Grace Local Stages - Hair, Shockheaded Peter & My Children! My Africa!

by Chris Narloch

Theatrical offerings in Sacramento this month include the iconic “hippie” musical Hair, an edgy,

off-Broadway-style production based on horror stories for children, and an acclaimed work dealing with apartheid.

Read more: Hippies, Horror and Apartheid Grace Local Stages


Don’t Miss Infinitely Polar Bear

by Frances Marlatt

The new indie dramedy “Infinitely Polar Bear” tells the story of an eccentric father living with bipolar disorder and his relationship and interactions with both his family and the outside world.

Cameron (Mark Ruffalo) is married to Maggie (Zoe Saldana). Together they have two young daughters, Amelia (Imogene Wolodarsky) and Faith (Ashley Aufderheide). It’s the late 70’s in Boston, and Cameron is clearly emotionally unstable.

Read more: Don’t miss “Infinitely Polar Bear”


Greg Louganis is “Back On Board” on HBO

by Chris Narloch

Four-time Olympic gold medalist Greg Louganis is universally recognized as the greatest diver ever, but his greatest impact may ultimately come from being one of the first openly gay athletes in America.

“Back On Board: Greg Louganis” traces his story from a difficult childhood, through his Olympic conquests, to a transformative post-Olympic life, outlining the discrimination and other obstacles he has faced throughout his remarkable journey.

Read more: Greg Louganis is “Back On Board” on HBO


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