for her summer 2015
country music, indigo girls and beating the heat
The stories of several lesbians, bisexual women and trans men living in India are documented through interviews with community members and activists in purple Skies, a film by Sridhar Rangayan. Through laughter, tears, and a sense of hope, the film gives viewers insight into what it’s like to live outside the closet in a country that still sees homosexuality as a criminal offense. Look on Purple Skies’ Facebook page (/PurpleSkiesMovie) to see when it’s playing a festival near you.
One Lost Day
The Indigo Girls are back with a new album, released June 2 on Vanguard Records/IG Recordings. It’s a continuation of everything fans have come to expect from the ladies, complete with introspective lyrics and wonderful harmonies. Available in stores and on iTunes and Amazon now.
Channel your inner child
Looking to beat the heat? Head indoors and get up close and personal with some jellyfish as they invade Toronto at Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada. Featuring 16,000 aquatic animals, it’s easy to discover your own underwater adventure without even getting wet. 288 Bremner Blvd., Toronto. www.ripleyaquariums.com.
Get your Country on
Head on down to the Oro-Medonte in August for a weekend filled with country goodness at Burl’s Creek Event Grounds. Check out headliners like Brad Paisley, Eric Church, Florida Georgia Line alongside up and comers like Kaitlin Kozell, Lennon & Maisy, and Melissa Payne. Taking place Aug. 6-9, fans can really rough it by camping out for the all three days. Details at www.bootsandhearts.com.
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