In this week’s issue, John Riley speaks with Annise Parker, who rose to become Houston’s first LGBTQ mayor. Now leading the Victory Fund, she’s helping others reach even higher. Click on the cover below to read the issue now or download it for reading on any device later.
Also: Arts, news, and reviews of the new album by The Chicks and Netflix’s Cursed. Plus vintage scene from the year 1997, including the opening of Omega.
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