Posts Tagged: sugar

Sugar’s Coming Out Party!

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The big day approaches. Sugar’s Coming Out Party is on Tuesday, February 14th (Valentine’s Day) at The Verdi Club in San Francisco (2424 Mariposa Street), 7pm. Come out to meet Sugar live and in person as he/she reveals his/her secret identity! Music by Pocket Full of Rye and The Yellow Dress. And comedy by the […]

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Getting to Know Sugar

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At Book Riot, Wallace Yovetich writes in anticipation of Sugar’s coming out, imploring those who have not yet experienced Sugarland to do so during this final week of anonymity. “Go meet Sugar now, and enjoy the huzzah of the revealing, and tell your children that you once ‘knew’ (soon-to-be-revealed-writer), who once wrote as Sugar and […]

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Free Sugar Party Tickets!

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Are you hoping to attend Sugar’s coming out party but lacking the funds right now? Here’s your chance to receive a free ticket: After three women offered to sponsor someone’s attendance, Sugar decided to match the generous donors with recipients. To be considered, leave a concise comment on Sugar’s post “explaining why you’d love to […]

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Sugar Says

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Last summer, Sugar wrote about taking on the Dear Sugar endeavor back in 2010 and how her approach has differed immensely from her original intent for the column. Creative Nonfiction brought the essay online in honor of our imminent unveiling. Sugarland in Sugar’s words: “It’s a world where people dare to be genuine in their […]

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Empowerment, Sugar Style

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Rumpus contributor Anna March gives Sugar some love over at StyleSubstanceSoul. In the third of her regular column focusing on “sexist products and media portrayals of women, counterbalanced by those offering positive messages,” March articulates the empowering nature of Dear Sugar. “You will find, in her columns, that “acceptance is a small quiet room” and […]

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DEAR SUGAR Appreciation

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The following visual representations were sent in from Sugar enthusiasts far and wide, all those who appreciate the weekly words of wisdom and wanted to reciprocate the love in their own aesthetically awesome way.

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