Monthly Archives: March 2013

Mich. Harbor Dredging Law Includes LGBT Protections

Interlochen Public Radio (IPR) is reporting that some new LGBT protections have shown up as an amendment in the most unlikely place of state legislation: Michigan gay rights activists are celebrating an unlikely victory tucked away in a package of … Continue reading

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Outfest Fusion LGBT People of Color Film Festival Recap

Mark Noble (@ACCESSNOBLEMAN) and Lawrencia Dandridge (@Lawlabee) give you some brief highlights from Outfest Fusion 13 See more about Outfest Fusion at

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Holding Our Breath For Justice

The cover of The Washington Blade for the week after the Supreme Court Hearings on DOMA and Prop 8. Read all the coverage

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LGBT History: Gay Marriage Wedding Photo, circa 1970

Though Justice Samuel Alito may think that our marriages and, by extension, our relationships are “newer than cellphones or The Internet”, this photo shows that our commitments have been happening since Justice Alito was barely entering law school himself. From … Continue reading

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Music Review: Toby Keith’s ‘Hope on the Rocks’

There’s a lot to like on this album. Toby mixes up the range of songs between humor and serious very well. And Toby is such a talent in both those elements. He’s a singer with the rare ability to sing … Continue reading

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Music Review: Tim McGraw’s ‘Two Lanes Of Freedom’

After leaving me disappointed with his last three albums, Tim McGraw has gotten back to the form that I love with Two Lanes Of Freedom. This album’s got a easy-listening, great-to-dance-to, carry-you-away sound to it. And Tim’s voice, on most … Continue reading

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Latino GLBT History Project set to honor Letitia Gomez

From Washington, D.C.’s METROWEEKLY: The Latino GLBT History Project (LHP), a D.C.-area organization, will honor local activist Letitia Gomez at its second annual Women’s History Month celebration, ”Mujeres en el Movimiento,” Friday. The event, which is specifically focused on honoring … Continue reading

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