Sarah Bricker Hunt

Sarah Bricker Hunt

Sarah Bricker Hunt, a proud Eastern Michigan University alum and the managing editor for Pride Source/Between The Lines, believes in the power of intentional journalism focused on people building their communities through everyday acts of love and service.

Immerse Yourself in the Samantha Irby Experience with Ann Arbor District Library’s Big Gay Read

You could think of Ann Arbor District Library’s upcoming Big Gay Read as a community book club on steroids. Like a traditional book club, participants will read the same book (this year’s pick is Samantha Irby’s earnest book of [...]

Imagining What Queer Nightlife Will Look Like 30 Years in the Future

It’s impossible to predict what any given guest will experience at A Night at the Orfelia on June 29.  That’s by design. The simplest description of the event is that it is an immersive, future-focused art installation that will [...]

New Kitty Crowned at Annual Ruth Ellis Center Catfight for the Crown Drag Pageant — See the Photo Gallery!

The fifth annual Catfight for the Crown, an amateur drag pageant and fundraiser supporting Ruth Ellis Center, took place June 14 at The Fillmore Detroit. Each year, contestants compete in a good-natured battle brimming with campy charm, baring their [...]

Meet the Stars of ‘Bargain Block,’ Go to a Queer Honky-Tonk, Attend an Elder Pride Event, Cool Off at a Gay Pool Party

No pressure or anything, but just so you know, Pride Month has crossed the halfway point, and if you haven’t started creating a Summer to Remember yet, your days are literally numbered. But hey, even if it’s just a Summer You Don’t [...]

Joy-Fueled Defiance at Motor City Pride and Ferndale Pride — See the Video!

Colorful throngs of 2024 Michigan Pridegoers filled the streets of Ferndale on June 1 and downtown Detroit June 8 and 9 to celebrate the LGBTQ+ community — both events were a joy-fueled act of defiance against ongoing political attacks across [...]

Meet 10 LGBTQ+ Candidates Running for Office in Michigan

The old adage “representation matters” may not be more important anywhere than it is in government. People elected to state, local and federal positions hold a great deal of power when it comes to championing causes like anti-LGBTQ+ [...]

Attend a Queer Comedy Gala, Get Tickets for Tituss Burgess with the DSO, Go to the Colours Awards, Join a Pride Shabbat, Catch the Latest Prides

It’s too late to brace yourself because Pride season is in full swing, but why would you want to? Let go and let loose at events all over the state focused on putting you right at the center of it all. You’ll find Pride fests everywhere, [...]

What You Need to Know About Temple Bar Closing ‘Indefinitely’ After Building’s Facade Collapses

When the historic limestone facade gracing the front of the iconic queer-loved Temple Bar at Cass and Temple in downtown Detroit crumbled and fell on May 24, the timing couldn’t have been worse — or better. Yes, the building is [...]

5 Things You Might Not Know About Cavetown

When Robin Skinner, aka Cavetown, brings his latest tour to Sterling Heights on July 12, expect the “bedroom pop” vibes the performer has been creating since a very early age — and plenty of growth, too. The trans singer, who [...]

Tiff Massey’s DIA Show Shines a Spotlight on the Culture of Black Adornment

It’s not that Detroit artist Tiff Massey wants audiences to find her work inscrutable. She simply wants visitors checking out her upcoming Detroit Institute of Art exhibit, “7 Mile + Livernois,” to walk in uninfluenced. So, ahead of [...]

On the Edge of Adulthood, Abigail Rowe Looks Ahead to Life Beyond Her Grassroots Pride Fest

Before 18-year-old Abigail Rowe heads off to Saginaw Valley State University for college, where she’ll major in public administration and theater, she wants to ensure the grassroots festival she founded at age 14 is in good hands. Those hands [...]

Attend a Women’s Weekend, Go Square Dancing, See Sing Out Detroit, Attend a Queer Art Show, Hit First Pride Fests of the Season

Happy Pride, gays! The first festivals of the season will kick off June 1, from reliably lively Ferndale Pride to smaller fests in Ortonville, Lowell and Saugatuck/Douglas — there’s plenty of Pride to keep every queer Michigander [...]