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.

Boat, Bike, Scooter or Sports Car: Which Barbie Vehicle Would You Pick in Real life?

I don’t know about you, but this Barbie drives a no-nonsense Subaru Outback while casually pondering the evolution of her sexual orientation in between running the kids all over town. As one does in their 40s. A few decades ago, though, [...]

Queer Things to Do: Go to a MasQueerade Ball, Get Tickets for Greta Van Fleet and Affirmations Big Bash, Go Camping

It’s already been a long year, and you totally deserve a nice night out. It’s a good thing, then, that there are so many excellent LGBTQ-affirming options available. You can head out to a fancy dress “MasQueerade” ball or [...]

Get Set for a January Vogue: Postponed Madonna Tour Back on Track

There was no lucky star in sight for ticket holders for the Aug. 5 Madonna concert in Detroit when the show was postponed after the singer suffered a health scare early this summer. But now, the countdown can begin anew as Detroit’s own [...]

Drag Queen Flamy Grant Rockets to Top of Christian Music Charts Thanks to Outraged Pastor’s Rocket Fuel

In news that sounds like satire, but is absolutely not, a drag queen has rocketed up iTunes' Christian music chart after a pastor she clapped back at online supplied the fuel for her rocketship to fame. Flamy Grant, styled after, of course, [...]

Planet Ant Couldn’t Let This 23-Year-Old Playwright Get Away

Planet Ant director Darren Shelton didn’t plan to produce a new play this year. Still resetting after Covid shut down the theater and arts center for an extended period and with many behind-the-scenes projects recently launched, including the [...]

Ann Arbor Pride Prepares for Debut on Main Street, Keeps Spirit of Jim Toy Alive

Ann Arbor Pride, set for Aug. 5 along Main Street, is getting back to its roots as one of the preeminent festivals focused on the local LGBTQ+ community. There’s a renewed focus on headlining entertainment, and organizers have been making an [...]

Gov. Whitmer Officially Ends State-Sponsored Conversion Therapy for Minors

The outcome of last November’s election continues paying big dividends for progressive voters as Gov. Gretchen Whitmer officially prohibits state-sanctioned conversion therapy performed on minors. The governor’s signature on House Bills [...]

Queer Things to Do: Brunch with Barbie, See a Prom-Themed Musical, Attend a Queer Artist Bazaar

It might feel like the world is nothing but wildfires, angry transphobes and an endless air travel nightmare, but actually, we’re sitting in a sweet spot. The next presidential election is still 15 months away, and distractions from the news [...]

It’s a Very FAFO Mood Online for Traverse City Salon Owner Who Told Trans Clients to Go to Pet Groomer

A small hair salon in quiet Traverse City has been putting Michigan in the news for all the wrong reasons, and the internet has big feelings about the whole situation. The controversy began when Studio 8 owner Christine Geiger, apparently [...]

Queer Things to Do: Celebrate Hotter Than July!

It all started in 1996, when LGBT Detroit launched the first annual Hotter Than July event. Today, Hotter Than July (HTJ) holds the title as the world’s second oldest Black LGBTQ+ Pride. Thousands of participants are expected at the 2023 event, [...]

This Queer Content Creator Creates the Magic Behind Gov. Whitmer’s Viral Social Media Presence

Gov. Gretchen Whitmer has employed many winning strategies to run her multiple successful campaigns, but her ace in the hole might just be her exceptionally strong social media game. Whether it’s a meme-tastic tweet beckoning queer people stuck [...]

Queer Things to Do: Support a Good Cause at a Burlesque Show, Get Tickets for Melanie Martinez and a Tina Turner Tribute

Are you overdue for a break from a news cycle that has become hyperfixated on underwater exploration and global crises that require a degree in international relations to fully understand? Take a break from the relentless anxiety-inducing real world [...]