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.

A Michigan Social Justice Warrior Fighting The Good Fight with an Unlikely Weapon: Quilt Making

A handmade quilt might bring to mind a bygone era in American history — a time when handicrafts like quilting were the norm and long before progressive ideas about gender and diversity had taken root in most of the country.But the truth is [...]

Queer Things to Do: Solve a Murder, Join a Banned Books Club, Create Cathartic Art

The stresses of life can take a toll on well-being and happiness, but self-care in the form of entertainment, creation and juicy conversation with interesting people can make all the difference. Shake up your routine by solving a murder mystery over [...]

This Trans Woman Is Doing Something She Never Thought Possible: Leading Michigan Into a Queerer Future

A few weeks into her new gig, Emme Zanotti, Equality Michigan’s new director of advocacy and civic engagement, says she’s still in the “humble and honored” phase, but a few minutes into our call, it’s clear she’s [...]

From Michigan to Hollywood: Meet the Gay Metro Detroiter Performing on the 'Creed III' Soundtrack

When Geoffrey Johnson first picked up an oboe as an elementary school student, he never imagined that he’d one day be playing the iconic double-reed symphony instrument on a soundstage in Hollywood. A few decades later, though, he has three [...]

Queer Things to Do: Attend a Space Party, Delight in Drag, See the Razor Braids

Ready to break free from the normal routine and spice things up? Need a change of pace from scrolling through the endless stream of negative news? This list has you covered, from a space-themed Pride event to an all-female queer rock band concert to [...]

Critical Hurdle Cleared as ELCRA LGBTQ+ Amendment Passes Michigan House Vote

The bill to amend Michigan’s civil rights law (the 1977 Elliott-Larsen Civil Rights Act, aka ELCRA) to include LGBTQ+ protections against discrimination cleared a critical hurdle today when the Michigan House of Representatives voted in favor [...]

Openly Lesbian Attorney General Dana Nessel Targeted by Anti-Semitic, 'Heavily Armed' Suspect

Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel, who is openly lesbian, is going public with news that she was the target of a “heavily armed” man motivated by anti-Semitism who is now in FBI custody.The would-be attacker, Texas resident Jack [...]

Queer Things To Do: Attend a Queer Comedy Show, Advocate for Homeless Youth, Support Your Local Library

Somehow, we’re three months into 2023. By now, you’ve either kept up with those New Year Resolutions or opted to chart a different course, free from the expectations of 2022 You. 2023 You is in luck in either case, because there’s a [...]

A Brotherhood of Voices: PRISM Men's Choir on Community, Advocacy and Disco Fever

As the Covid pandemic shuttered businesses and put community activities on hold, PRISM Gay Men and Allies Chorus of Metro Detroit, like so many other choirs across the country, shut its doors. It was a devastating blow for the choir’s members, [...]

There Goes Your Money: From Madonna to Beyoncé, the 2023 Detroit Concert Season Has a Gay Icon for Everyone

There’s a distinctly powerful feminine energy emanating from Southeast Michigan these days as a slew of women artists have announced their upcoming tours. There’s a woman for everyone, from long-established gay icons like Janet Jackson [...]

Howard Bragman, Flint Native, Philanthropist and ‘Coming Out Guru’ to the Stars, Dies at 66

Friends and family near and far are mourning the death of PR giant and Flint native Howard Bragman, who died from leukemia Saturday, Feb. 11. Bragman was 66. Bragman’s enviable client list included big names celebrities like Cameron Diaz [...]

Queer Things to Do: Commemorate Black History Month, Draw Nude Models, Find Trans-Masc Support

February is an excellent time for self-reflection and community connection. With the worst of winter in the rear-view, it's not too soon to look ahead to the brighter, warmer days of spring and contemplate your place in this great big, multifaceted [...]