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.

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Supreme Court Could Allow Trump Administration to Reinstate Transgender Ban

The Senate's confirmation to the Supreme Court of Justice Brett Kavanaugh, who took his seat on a bench considered more conservative than at any time in recent memory, could put the fate of transgender troops at risk, according to a memo released by the Palm Center.

The Trump administration will argue an appeal tomorrow in federal court seeking to lift a preliminary injunction that has prevented it from implementing a promised ban on transgender troops. The Palm memo explains that an appeal of that decision could end up in the Supreme Court, and outlines the implications of the Court taking up the case.

Read more: Supreme Court Could Allow Trump Administration to Reinstate Transgender Ban

 

From Feathers to Fins and from Claws to Paws it’s time for Outword’s Annual Pet Issue

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Written by Administrator Monday, 08 October 2018 21:50

From Feathers to Fins and from Claws to Paws it’s time for Outword’s Annual Pet Issue

Outword wants to make your Bestie a Star!

Email us a photo of your pet being super cute and adorable, or maybe just a little bit mischievous and you could win a $25 gift card for Ernesto's Mexican Food! (Doggie bags included!)

Read more: From Feathers to Fins and from Claws to Paws it’s time for Outword’s Annual Pet Issue

 

A Fresh New Name and Exciting Line-up for the 2018 Sacramento LGBTQ Film Festival

Celebrating its 27th anniversary, BENT-Sacramento International LGBTQ Film Festival is a spectacular community and cultural event consisting of three days of LGBTQ film, local food, beer, wine and live entertainment.

BENT Film Fest takes place Friday through Sunday, October 12-14, 2018, at the Crest Theatre (1013 K Street) in downtown Sacramento.  BENT Film Fest takes place in October each year coinciding with the national LGBTQ History Month, an observance of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender history, and the history of gay rights.

Read more: A Fresh New Name and Exciting Line-up for the 2018 Sacramento LGBTQ Film Festival

 

Our Annual Arts and Entertainment Issue is Out Now!609

This year the Sacramento International Gay and Lesbian Film Festival (SIGLFF) has officially changed their name to the BENT Film Festival. Along with the new name comes a new look that we are featuring on our cover. It’s fun and colorful, just like the film festival. Check out what Chris Narloch has to say about this year's movies on page 23.

Read more: Arts and Entertainment 2018 BENT

 

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