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Shooting on a Shoestring: St. Louis Native Kyle Coffman’s iPhone Film Selected to Screen at Marina del Rey Film Festival

Shooting on a Shoestring: St. Louis Native Kyle Coffman’s iPhone Film Selected to Screen at Marina del Rey Film Festival

Kyle Coffman was living comfortably with his longtime partner in Washington D.C, but was haunted by his unpursued dream of being a filmmaker. “I met my partner in Alton in 2003 and we moved to D.C. for his job. I never stopped writing and the dream never went away. Around 2011 I couldn’t take it

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

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

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

Where the Bears Are: Show Me Bears at the Quarter-Century Mark

Where the Bears Are: Show Me Bears at the Quarter-Century Mark

Twenty-five years ago, when the Show Me Bears first became an official organization, the moniker conjured forth images of big guys who proudly sported beer bellies, beards and lots of body hair. In the early 1990s, when gays in the military would have been an off-the-charts hashtag had hashtags existed, there was something intriguingly subversive

St. Louis Arts Community Teams up to Promote Dance, Poetry and Voter Registration at the Missouri History Museum through “Dance the Vote”

St. Louis Arts Community Teams up to Promote Dance, Poetry and Voter Registration at the Missouri History Museum through “Dance the Vote”

The St. Louis arts community has teamed up to promote voter awareness and registration through the “Dance the Vote” campaign. This project brings together local artists who seek to make a difference during this election season by getting people registered to vote before the October 10th Missouri voter registration deadline for the upcoming November 6th

True Tales of Transgender Aging

True Tales of Transgender Aging

Too often, the narrative on transgender people is simplistic: it either focuses on the very real tragedies of bigotry and hate-based violence, or it is entirely youth-focused. But there’s a whole cohort of trans people who are facing another obstacle, one that comes for everyone eventually: age. Photographer Jess T. Dugan and her partner, professor

Spark Something Great Over Dinner Saturday Night

Spark Something Great Over Dinner Saturday Night

Eat, vote, and change our world on Saturday by funding someone’s great idea. Each month, FoodSpark St. Louis hosts potluck style dinner parties that serve as micro-incubators, with informal but focused conversations on art, politics, identity and more. For the past four months, events have been centered on the LGBT community, in partnership with QTPOC:

Ladies, All The Ladies: “The Queens” at Hamburger Mary’s

Ladies, All The Ladies: “The Queens” at Hamburger Mary’s

Spend Sunday evening immersed in the fascinating world of competitive female impersonation. Feature-length documentary The Queens, screening at Hamburger Mary’s, dives deep into the Miss Continental Pageant, based out of Chicago’s iconic Baton Show Lounge. Unique among female impersonation pageants, Miss Continental is open to transgender performers. Director Mark Saxenmeyer will be on hand to

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