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1 comments | Tuesday, May 22, 2007

Ladies and Gentlemen, the new issue of CLIK Magazine has finally arrived and it's on fire ! This is the biggest issue of Clik ever and readers will have the opportunity to choose from two different covers. This issue has a little bit for everyone, fashion, health and fitness, movies, music, and of course great interviews.

Steven Emmanuel-Martinez better known as Queer Kid of Color does an amazing job highlighting openly gay artists Jesse O and Tyrangem . Steven also goes inside of the mind of the "person that we all love to hate", my friend Trent Jackson . Another highlight is an article on the growing popularity of The & Show on YouTube starring Jared Shuler and Nathan Seven Scott.

Clik Magazine has come a long way from it's humble beginnings as a small "Jet style" magazine that was passed out at nightclubs for free in the late nineties. It's become a respected source of information and entertainment for the Black gay community. Wanna get your hands on a copy? Click here .


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God knows i pick the first one, and it needs to win hands down. The second one is good too, but the first is just too much for the second one!

@Darian: Check out my blog with new posts!

May 23, 2007 3:03 AM


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