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Queer Voices: Coleman Pester

Queer Voices: Coleman Pester

Jetspace Magazine’s interview series highlighting queer movers and shakers in the Pacific Northwest is back! Join us as we sit down with dancer, choreographer, and producer Coleman Pester from Seattle’s Tectonic Marrow Society to talk about dance, coming out, and defining identity.

Catch Queer Music Live at Columbia City Theater’s Monthly Proud

Catch Queer Music Live at Columbia City Theater’s Monthly Proud

Proud is Seattle’s first LGBTQIA monthly show featuring exclusively live singers and musicians, and runs is the 1st Thursday of every month in the Bourbon Bar at the Columbia City Theater. The show will feature singers, musicians, and full bands, and closing every show will be evening host Thadayus and The Electrofunks with an hour set of electronic, upbeat funk music.

Nightlife Roundup: Danny Tayara

Nightlife Roundup: Danny Tayara

We hit up the offices of Seattle’s Three Dollar Bill Cinema to chat with Danny Tayara, film director and Festival Director for Twist: Seattle Queer Festival about their latest work and what we can expect from this years film festival!

Mary Lambert Returns To The Seattle Stage

Mary Lambert Returns To The Seattle Stage

Mary Lambert, the Seattle-area songwriter made famous for her feature on Macklemore & Ryan Lewis’ song, “Same Love,” is returning to the Emerald City stage Oct. 29th to play a set at the Crocodile Café. For one of music’s best – and most vulnerable – stage performers, coming back home will prove both cathartic and joyous.

Say Hello to Hello, Gaymer!

Say Hello to Hello, Gaymer!

If you’re a member of the LGBTQ community and play games, whether tabletop, console or mobile, there’s a robust community and resources available to you. Local groups like Queer Geek! Seattle connect players via social media and through in-person events. Diversity-oriented conventions such as GaymerX and GeekGirlCon connect participants on a larger scale and help foster conversations on better inclusion

Caressa Lyric Dunn and the Power of Femme

Caressa Lyric Dunn and the Power of Femme

Femmes… They hold a variety of roles and positions in our community as Leather continues to diversify and we continue the process of purging our misogyny. I had the pleasure of getting a small glimpse into the world Femmes in the kink community speaking with Northwest Handler 2017 and newly sashed International Puppy Trainer 2018 Caressa Lyric Dunn.

Nightlife Roundup: CarLarans

Nightlife Roundup: CarLarans

We’re back in the studio to chat with queer Seattle singer, songwriter, and entrepreneur CarLarans about vogueing, fashion, and his brand new mixtape Black-n-Gold.

Nightlife Roundup: Betty Wetter

Nightlife Roundup: Betty Wetter

We’re back to chat with up and coming Seattle Drag performer Betty Wetter about her drag, her inspirations, and the debut of her upcoming one-woman show on this very special Nightlife Roundup.

Queen Victoria Ortega: Building Relationships That Matter

Queen Victoria Ortega: Building Relationships That Matter

Queen Victoria Ortega was an activist since pretty much the beginning. Growing up in L.A.’s Boyle Heights, a neighborhood characterized by it’s Mexican American population, made it difficult to be trans, says Ortega. But being the child of activist parents taught her a lot of lessons that sit with her to this day.

Kimball Allen’s Ode To Seattle

Kimball Allen’s Ode To Seattle

Kimball Allen, host of the glitz-camp variety show, Triple Threat, slated regularly at Seattle’s Triple Door Theater, has lived in the Emerald City just a handful of years. Yet, Allen is well aware of the talent pool the city has to offer. And the skillful artists that saturate the city move him so that he knew he had to bring them regularly under one roof – and so his show, some two years ago, was born.