Issue 424


By Bradley Traynor / August 25, 2011

EXCLUSIVE photos and interview that ONLY LAVENDER HAS! Photos by Vincent Sandoval. Makeup by Nancy Silva. Ross Mathews, Part 2…

From the Editor: Boycotts and Story Arcs

By Andy Lien / August 25, 2011

One of the lesser-known (but probably predictable) aspects of my job at Lavender is catching up on old issues, literally…

Little: The New Big?

By E.B. Boatner / August 25, 2011

Too many Big Things lately. Government debt, government shutdown, end of the world-the sky is falling predictions. 2012 Presidential horror…

Interview with Ross Mathews

By Bradley Traynor / August 25, 2011

Ross Mathews, the bubbly former intern from The Tonight Show with Jay Leno and current regular panelist on Chelsea Lately,…

Duluth-Superior Pride 25th Anniversary

By Angie Nichols / August 25, 2011

When the Main Club opened in 1983 in Superior, Wisconsin, owner Bob Jansen would host a picnic during June Pride…

Roadtripping Lake Pepin

By Andy Lien / August 25, 2011

One of the most beautiful stretches of Minnesota is found between Red Wing and Winona, along the Mississippi River. To…

Big Gay News

By Bradley Traynor / August 25, 2011

Dolly Parton Apologizes for Gay Marriage Shirt Spat The Atlantic Wire reports that Dolly Parton has responded to a controversy…

Swear Jar: Michele Bachmann

By Bradley Traynor / August 25, 2011

Can we please stop calling Michele Bachmann an evil bitch? Deep breath. Stay with me. I am not a fan…

Target Boycott Appears To Be Working

By John Townsend / August 25, 2011

When Target Corporation donated $150,000 to the right wing, antigay, MN Forward last year, they were blindsided by the firestorm…

Corporations Are People

By Kaitlyn Walsh / August 25, 2011

Target Corporation has been bearing the brunt of scrutiny for their $150,000 donation to MN Forward, a political action committee…

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