Welcome to the L-Word online!
We're happy to have this space to share some of what we put in the paper plus things that we find out about too late to get them in. We update the site at least monthly, so when the L-word's paper publication comes out you should see some changes reflected here as well. And there are often changes in between when we find out about something exciting, so check back.
Our site holds a local calendar of intriguing events, archives of Kulture Klatch, Ruth's Review, and Montanna's spirituality column, and a summary of last month's Queer news as reported by "the other barb", as well as local resources. If there's something else that you think is important to get up here, please, don't hesitate to contact us! We are always looking for the next best idea.
Jane Siberry at the Playhouse Nov. 5
More than thirty years after her first musical release, Toronto native Jane Siberry is renowned as one of contemporary music's most creative and innovative artists - with eleven major recordings and the acclaim of fans and peers alike. Siberry's songs have been covered by numerous artists, with particular success by k.d. lang. She has collaborated with Brian Eno, Peter Gabriel, Emmylou Harris, Joe Jackson, the Indigo Girls and more. Wim Wenders included her "Calling All Angels" (duet with k.d.lang) in the film Until the End of the World. The show is on wednesday the 5th at 8 pm at the Playhouse, $30/$25 students & playhouse members.
Qross-Qultural Queer films at HSU
HSU's multicultural center is sponsors this annual student-organized festival of feature films that examine queer issues and the inter-sectionality of race, class, gender, and sexual identity. All films are followed by a facilitated discussion. Thurs Nov. 13th through Saturday the 15th. Time, films, and location tba, check back at www2.humboldt.edu/multicultural later in the month.
Lesbian Poetry Nov. 23rd
We're having a poetry reading with authoers from the newest L-Word poetry collection, "Voices from the Edge of the Continent III". It will be in the fireside room at the Eureka Women's club, 1521 J. Street in Eureka, at 2 pm on Sunday Nov. 23. We'll have copies of the book for sale. Free, all wecome. Come listen!