Stuck at Home

We definitely are in strange times. Just two months ago, most of us never would have thought we would be on lock down with grocery stores and pharmacies ransacked and essentials hard to come by. Most of us never saw times like this, it is reminiscent of the Great Depression and Spanish Flu outbreaks. People [...]

Apocalypse Couture

**Please take this with the sarcasm and humor intended** If you have been watching the news, you see that we are quickly moving to a time of wide scale shutdowns of states. Preventing movement, unless essential. Its feeling like an apocalypse out there, are you dressed for it? Let’s take a look at the fashion [...]

Laughter is Good Medicine

The current state of affairs seems dire, I get that. We are watching the new daily and seeing all that is going on around us, the feeling of the world imploding, and a general lack of care from those that are in power. It is a lot to take in and can spiral us into [...]

LGBTQ Streamers

With today being Friday, I thought I would go for a lighter note. Since we have become a society for consuming data in various forms, I thought we should take a minute and recognize some of the LGBTQ content streamers that are out there. There are so many to name, so I will keep the [...]

Safety and Dating Apps

As technology has changed and become more portable, our interactions with people have also changed. We spend more time looking down at our phone than paying attention to where we are walking. We talk to people online more than we do face to face, leaving verbal communication painfully awkward at times. Gone are the days [...]

A Hole In Our Hearts

Saturday, February 1st saw the closing of what was a mecca for the east side of Cleveland. All Axs opened in Willoughby as a place to go see live music and enjoy beer with locals. It quickly emerged from that cocoon to spread its wings to welcome the LGBTQ community. Axs was the only place [...]

A Farewell to All Axs

They say that all things must come to an end.On Wednesday, All Axs, in Willoughby, announced that they would be closing their doors to the public. This comes at just over a year from their opening and since I wrote my first review of them. They became a cornerstone to the LGBTQ east side community [...]