Author Archives: K. Templeton



SWITCH is the newest 18+ queer dance party in the city. A monthly Saturday night pop-up, the party happens at the Livery (6728 South Broadway) in deep south city. To say it’s a comfortable and a low-key contrast to the scenier spots in the Grove is the understatement of the year.   SWITCH provides underground

Divas of the Grove Ignite from the Ashes

It’s a brisk Tuesday night and I’m sitting with my wife at Rehab Bar and Grill, home of Divas of the Grove, waiting for a quick chat with the Divas before their rehearsal. The name of the bar, located at the corner of Sarah and Manchester, could be interpreted as a cheeky take on the

An Evening with Dana Goldberg: Edgy, Witty, Political and Queer

Dana Goldberg‘s humor is smart, witty, edgy, sexy and packs a political punch. She hits the stage at The Sheldon Concert Hall on Friday, November 9th. With midterm elections rushing around the corner like a reporter with a leaked story, by the time of the show we will either be celebrating momentum or drinking in angst. Whatever

Bar: PM’s Spooky Street Fair Boo on Broadway

This Halloween season, deep south city’s Bar: PM (7109 South Broadway, 314-312-6683) brings what’s sure to be fall’s hottest block party: Boo on Broadway. From 2 to 10 p.m. on Saturday, October 13, the event will shut down two blocks of the South Broadway strip. Between Blow and Robert streets, Boo on Broadway will offer

Bernie Lee Makes Poké OK

Restaurateur Bernie Lee now owns two of downtown’s hottest dining concepts. Hiro Asian Kitchen, which has been successfully promoting hyper-local ingredients and Southeast Asian cuisine on Washington Avenue for more than five years, is now joined by Hiro Poké Co., the ultimate build-your-own bowl addition to the downtown business lunch scene. An outsider who’s made

Pride, All Summer Long

Every June, millions of people across the United States and the world celebrate LGBTQ Pride Month. Through marches, picnics, parades and festivals we remember the 1969 Stonewall Riots that started it all. One thing rings true: It is a time for community, a time to come together. So in addition to the massive Pride St.