Let’s Get Ready to Rumblllllle!667cover

We’re jumping back into the ring with a body-slamming new issue and wrestler Bambina on our cover… more on that later…

Our nod to Black History Month continues on page 2 with some news from the LGBTQ Caucus on the importance of Black History Month, as well as a spotlight of the New York City Center’s feature of Black History Month. Additionally, the AIDS Memorial Quilt has curated a 56-block section of the quilt in honor of Black History Month and the Black Americans who have suffered from HIV and AIDS (read about this as well as how to view the quilt online on page 4).

Read more: 667 Wrestlers and More

 

Hello, Lovers…665.5

Light some candles. Draw a bath. It’s time to get warm and fuzzy with our annual Romance Issue!

Not only are we celebrating romance, but we also honor Black History Month throughout this issue beginning on page 2 with a review of Cicely Tyson’s autobiography, a summary of the series “Sounds of Black History” the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame will be doing virtually (page 4 and 5) and a preview of a Netflix documentary produced and hosted by Will Smith titled “Amend: The Fight for America.”

On the Romance front, let’s acknowledge it’s the time of year that you either love or love to hate. Either way, we hope you stay safe with the Play, But Play Safe condom and hand sanitizing dispensers that are now installed at Badlands and Faces. Read more about them in the “Love Yourself, Love Your Partner” story on page 8.

Read more: Our Romance Issue is Here, Now.

 

 

K-Pop Cuties Take Over the World

Wow! Can you believe it’s already almost February? Time flies, but we can stay forever young by diving into a fairly new (to the U.S.) music genre dubbed “K-Pop (Korean pop music)”. The boys from BTS adorn our cover, and Chris Narloch writes about them and a few other acts on page 10.

Read more: K-Pop Cuties Take Over the World

 

Hey 2021! It’s time to show 2020 your revenge body!664

That’s right, it’s our annual Health & Body Issue and we’re jumping right in with the Downtown Sacramento Partnership and their Dine Downtown event (which runs until January 24)… lots of menus to choose from by many of our favorite Farm-to-Fork restaurants, and they’re all keeping it safe and healthy by making this year’s meals to-go only, with touchless order placement, and convenient curbside pick-up! More details for Dine Downtown are on page 2, and their ad is on page 19.

Read more: Annual Health and Body Issue 2021

 

Hey, 2020, there’s the door. Please take your bags with you when you leave.mcbride cover

I don’t know anyone that will say that this year has been a good one. So, having 2020 come to an end makes this a “more-joyous” occasion than the usual year-end passing of the torch. For most of us, 2020 has taught us about pain and loss. But it has also shown us that if we participate, we can be part of change, and help to shape it for the better. I believe that things happen for a reason, but people are not forced to change. We are shown better and different ways that situations could happen, and it is our responsibility to either learn the lesson now, or do this all again, and learn the lessons later. Let’s try for now.

Read more: 663 Laurie McBride Tribute

 

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