New Documentary on George Moscone to Air on KVIE in November

Moscone: A Legacy of Change, a powerful new documentary about George Moscone, will air on KVIE Public Television in Sacramento, KQED Bay Area, and other stations throughout California and the U.S. in November, marking the 50th anniversary of the death of the San Francisco mayor and early and passionate supporter of civil and LGBTQ rights.

On November 27, 1978, San Francisco suffered the darkest day in its political history: the double assassination of Mayor George Moscone and Supervisor Harvey Milk by an ex-cop and former city supervisor Dan White. The murders shocked the nation and traumatized the city.

Read more: New Documentary on George Moscone to Air on KVIE in November


A Same-Sex “Oklahoma” Shakes Up Oregon Shakespeare Festival

By Chris Narloch

You have until the end of October to catch the queer theatrical event of the year on the West Coast. That’s when Bill Rauch’s thrilling same-sex production of “Oklahoma” will close out the current Oregon Shakespeare Festival (OSF) season in Ashland, OR.

I saw the daring, new queer “Oklahoma” the other weekend in Ashland and can report that it was one of the peak experiences I have had as a gay man in all of my years attending the theater. Below is my review of that amazing musical plus two other plays I saw at OSF.

Read more: A Same-Sex “Oklahoma” Shakes Up Oregon Shakespeare Festival


Celebrate National Coming Out Day With Calum Scott

In honor of National Coming Out Day, breakout U.K. artist, singer, and songwriter Calum Scott premieres “A Coming Out Story” today on Vevo.

The poignant profile is an incredibly personal look at how Calum found the courage to be honest about his sexuality through music and discusses his emotional journey from childhood into adulthood to find his authentic self.

Read more: Celebrate National Coming Out Day With Calum Scott


Don't Boo. Vote. 610

It is not very often that we publish our magazine with an overtly political message on the cover. This is especially true these past two years because the political landscape has been changing so rapidly. For too long we, as a people, have been lulled into a sense of security that the checks and balances that were placed into our system would keep horrible things from happening. We are being shown just how wrong we have been in our thinking.

Read more: The October 11 Issue of Outword is Out Now!


Did You See “Solo: A Star Wars Story”?

By Chris Narloch

While we wait for the next real “Star Wars” movie to come out, there is “Solo” to enjoy, which is the latest “Star Wars” side project to be released on DVD, digital and Blu-ray.

A young Han Solo is introduced this time out, and he is played by Alden Ehrenreich, who successfully channels Harrison Ford’s swagger and sarcasm without doing a cheap imitation.

Read more: Did You See “Solo: A Star Wars Story”?


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