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Making an LGBT+ Hub in Appalachia

by Jordan Roach-Calderone   Kyle May has always wanted to help people at some capacity, in college he studied counseling. Now he’s currently working in mental health at the Mountain Comprehensive Care Center, as their Healing Program Clinical director, focusing on getting grant assistance to help people in this region who have survived trauma. That’s …

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I Remember Doing the Time Warp

By Remy Sisk In the spring of 1973 at the Royal Court’s Theatre Upstairs, an eclectic bunch of actors and designers were preparing to open an extraordinarily unconventional musical called, “They Came from Denton High.” At the insistence of director Jim Sharman, creator Richard O’Brien’s mashup of glam rock, Steve Reeves muscleman flicks,1950s early rock …

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Forecastle’s Queer Party Cove

  Gearing up for Forecastle Festival here at the Queer Kentucky office! We are grateful to have such an inclusive event filled with art, love, sustainability and music in our state. If you’re searching for the Queerest area of the festival, check out Party Cove, founded by Mo McKnight Howe, owner of Revelry Boutique Gallery. Howe said, “Party Cove …

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Titty Tiki Tuesdays

  The Limbo is Louisville’s newest and only tiki lounge and the home of Titty Tiki Tuesdays. Ethel Loveless hosts and produces this show every Tuesday with different performers each week. Many forms of burlesque, boylesque, drag, and other varieties are included in the night’s festivities. You never know what you’re going to get! The …

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