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.

Beautiful in Blue, New Michigan Legislature Introduces Bills to Add LGBTQ+ Protections to State Civil Rights Act on First Day of New Session

It’s a brand new era in the Michigan Statehouse, where the newly flipped, Democratic-led legislature charged out of the gate yesterday, promising on the first day of the new 2023 legislative session to start working right away on amending the [...]

Queer Things to Do in Michigan: Play Dolly Parton Trivia, Jump Into Old-School Aerobics, Find LGBTQ+ Sobriety Support

Look out, 2023. We’re here, we’re queer (or queer adjacent) and we’re ready for whatever you’ve got in store for us. Even if you’re not the resolution-setting type, a new year can mean a new outlook. It’s the [...]

Amy Grant Announces She Will Host Lesbian Niece's Wedding Because She's a Good, Loving Christian

It’s the queer Hallmark movie we’d pay money to see. A sweet, engaged lesbian couple, dreaming of their big day, receive the gift of a lifetime when a beloved aunt steps in and offers to host the couple at her country estate. Nevermind [...]

How One Lesbian Michigan Artist Faced Her Past to Embrace Her Present and Future, One Journal at a Time

It’s not possible to truly peer inside the mind of another person, but Ruth Crowe’s “The Journal Project” art installation comes close to simulating such an experience. On display through January at CultureVerse Gallery in Ann [...]

Queer Things to Do: Get Tickets for the Ann Arbor Folk Fest, Perform at an Open Mic, See a Cirque Show

Well, you’ve made it through another year of Super Weird and Unsettling American History. Well done, you! Why not wrap up another year of adventure with a Cirque du Soleil Christmas show or by getting super vulnerable on a stage somewhere? More [...]

What Does the DHS Terrorism Alert Mean for Michigan’s LGBTQ+ Community?

In many ways, 2022 has been an alarming time to be a part of the LGBTQ+ community. Across the globe, the community has been in the crosshairs of “lone offenders and small groups motivated by a range of ideological beliefs and/or personal [...]

Michigan LGBTQ+ Leaders In Attendance to Celebrate Respect for Marriage Act Bill Signing at White House

When President Biden signed the historic Respect For Marriage Act into law on Dec. 13, leaders from key Michigan civil rights organizations were in attendance at the White House ceremony. The bill passed the U.S. House of Representatives last week [...]

Queer Things to Do: See a Michigan Men's Chorus Perform, Get Festive with Drag Queens

It’s beginning to look a lot like… well, it’s been looking a lot like Christmas since before Halloween at certain retail establishments. Now that we’re officially in holiday mode, you know what that means: too many events and [...]

Vince Kelley Left Michigan. When He Came Back, He Found a Family Who Changed Everything.

When the Ringwald Theatre’s “Who’s Holiday” star Vince Kelley took his first steps into the big wide world after high school nearly 20 years ago, he couldn’t have predicted who he’d be by the end of 2022: An out [...]

Queer Holiday Cheer Is Here: Be Merry and Gay with Dolly, Mariah, Miley, Amy Grant and More

No matter how the holiday spirit moves you, the perfect soundtrack is waiting to accompany all your festivities, including this mix of 2022 releases, holiday concerts and TV specials from LGBTQ+ music stars and vocal allies. So, bust out the eggnog, [...]

Queer Things to Do: Shop at a Detroit Craft Fair, Revisit Queer History at the Movies, Participate in #GivingTuesday

Before you bust out those leftovers to embark on that annual quest for the world’s best Thanksgiving sandwich, take a break and make plans to ease into the next phase of the holiday season: the holly, jolly part. Get in some early gift shopping [...]

Michigan LGBTQ+ Community Members React to Colorado Springs Club Q Shooting

As news trickles in about the Colorado Springs shooting at Club Q, where a gunman killed five people and injured at least 25, Michigan government leaders and queer-focused organizations are taking to social media with reactions to this devastating [...]