Thursday, March 28, 2013

On the Rag, Vol. 244

A weekly look at what's making news in the free gay rags:

Next features Michael Ure on its cover: His big CBS sitcom may have bitten the dust, but Michael Urie won’t be deterred. He’s moving to New York for good this time with a new play and a few films up his sleeve. Read HERE.

Inside, this week's issue explores the ins and outs of New York’s gay sex culture in 2013. Read HERE

Metro Weekly: Mika has taken inspiration from the Catholic Church, Cole Porter and being gay in developing his unique style of pop music / Read HERE.

Rage's other Jaymes Vaughan cover is nice, too. Online edition HERE.

Because print is slowly dying, many of the weekly gay rags I used to feature are no longer coming out weekly. As a I result, I'm looking for additional titles to feature. After adding the Detroit rag Flame a few weeks ago, which appears to be a monthly -- this week I am adding my other home town's, Echo. This one's been around for a while as I can remember it from my youth. To view Echo's pride preview edition online, click HERE. Echo's site has the latest on the so-called "bathroom bill" targeting the transgender community, which advanced this week in a partyline vote in the Arizona Legislature. Read HERE.

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