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CA Hall of Fame Honor Sought for Gay Icon

By Matthew S. Bajko | Jan 24
Friends and admirers of Jose Julio Sarria, a gay man and drag queen who left a lasting impact on politics and the LGBT community, are seeking to have him inducted into the California Hall of Fame.

Pope to Families: Learn to Talk to One Another Again

Jan 23
Pope Francis is urging families to put aside their iPhones and Twitter feeds and learn to talk to one another again.

Va. Senate Panel Rejects Adoption by Unmarried Gay Couples

By Bill Sizemore | Jan 23
A Virginia Senate committee has rejected a proposal to provide adoption rights to unmarried gay couples.

Federal Judge Strikes Down Gay-Marriage Ban In Alabama

By Kim Chandler | Jan 23
A federal judge has struck down Alabama laws banning gay marriage.

More Than Half of States Fail to Protect Women's Reproductive Rights

By Winnie McCroy | Jan 23
NARAL Pro-Choice America found that despite more pro-choice attitudes, most states were failing to protect women's rights.

Still an Underdog, Santorum Weighing Another White House Bid

By Catherine Lucey and Philip Elliott | Jan 23
Rick Santorum admits that most people probably don't remember how he rallied to kick off the 2012 presidential election with a win in the lead-off Iowa caucuses.

Lily Tomlin/Jane Wagner Center Present Screening of 'Letter to Anita'

By Winnie McCroy | Jan 23
On Saturday, January 24, Standout Productions and the Los Angeles LGBT Center's Lily Tomlin/Jane Wagner Cultural Arts Center will present a special, one-night-only screening of the award-winning documentary, "Letter to Anita," in their Renberg Theatre.

Nebraska Bills Would Bar Gay, Lesbian Discrimination

By Anna Gronewold | Jan 23
Nebraska lawmakers introduced three bills Wednesday that would ban discrimination against lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender residents, but even supporters noted they face a tough fight in gaining approval for the proposals.

Oscar Fever Has Fans Scrambling to Watch, Watch, Watch

By Leanne Italie | Jan 23
There's a fever spreading across the land. It's Oscar fever, with a reasonably short incubation period but symptoms that turn otherwise rational film buffs into bingeing maniacs. In a good way!

Deal of the Century: Fire Island Pines Commercial Properties Go for $10.1 M

By EDGE | Jan 23
Going, going, gone! The majority of Fire Island Pines' business district has a new owner - well, two of them.

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