Friday, June 27, 2014

On the Rag, Vol. 309

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

Odyssey New York: Whatever the guy on the left is selling, I'm buying / Online edition HERE.

(UPDATE: He is Well-Strung member Christopher Marchant and you can follow him HERE.)

Next's pride guide looks good enough to read / Click HERE.

Get Out! magazine gets undressed for Alegria Pride / Online edition HERE.

Metro Weekly (DC): Roberta Kaplan, the lawyer who represented Edith Windsor in her legal fight against DOMA, looks back at the beginning of the end / Read HERE.

Lavender (Twin Cities): The Summer home and garden issue as a makeover that's to-die-for HERE!

Frontiers (L.A.) declares Lisa Vanderpump "reality TV's classiest act,' and helps celebrate a renewed bravo deal and her new WeHo hotspot / Read HERE.

Inside: For Paul Zone, growing up in the early ‘70s at the center of the universe, New York City, being 14-years-old meant late nights with rock stars, drag queens, drug addicts, artists and other regulars of Max’s Kansas City and CBGB / Read HERE.

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