The November 10 Issue of Outword444

The entertainers that seem to be a permanent show at almost every Las Vegas casino have a new traveling show. (Actually, Cirque Du Soleil traveled the world amazing spectators long before their first show at Treasure Island Hotel/Casino.) Frankly, we couldn’t be happier to see them in our neck of the woods again. And their new show, “Totem,” could very well be one of their best!

Read more: The November 10 Issue of Outword


The October 27 Issue is Out Now.443 cover

The hair was longer, the love was freer and there wasn’t a single sampled music song on the radio. The musical production of “Hair” takes us back to a bygone era and will be traveling around the country and making a stop in San Francisco. Our very own Chris Narloch takes a look at it, and if you hurry, you can get a ticket to see this landmark show.  

Read more: The October 27 Issue


Food, Beverage, Nightlife. On newsstands now.442

With summer winding down, it is nice to settle down on a cool fall evening and enjoy the soothing properties of a well-made cocktail, followed by a good meal. Our 16th Annual Food, Beverage, Nightlife issue is all about that. Whether you dine at home, or at one of the many gay-friendly restaurants here in town, the important thing is to take the time to notice some of life’s simpler things.

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The September 22 is here today!441 cover

Sigg liff? What’s Sigg liff? Is that what happens when two signatures are placed to close together and they become one? Of course not. And if you have to ask what SIGLFF is, well then you must have been hiding under that proverbial rock for the past 20 years! Because this year SIGLFF (Sacramento International Gay & Lesbian Film Festival) turns 20 and is, as it has 19 times before, preparing for a three day film festival that will titillate and amaze all of your senses.

Read more: The September 22 is here today!


To Be, or Not To Be...440

Well, Duh. Be. As in this BE our annual Arts & Entertainment issue! And on the cover we have two amazingly talented, local artists that have been stimulating Sacramento’s theatre community with some pretty intense, critically acclaimed productions, unlike anything we have seen here in years, if at all. Check out page 14 for the whole scoop on Kelley Ogden, Lisa Thew and Kolt Run Productions.

Read more: September 8 Issue of Outword


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