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Only a few short weeks into the new year and the GOP is busy. The president's recent inaugurati ... More >>
From revered gay UC Riverside professor and brilliant classical composer Byron Adams to Spectrum L.A. gay blog editor Stevie St. John, prominent Los Angeles-area lifelong fighters for equality were stunned by President Obama's surprise inaugural promise to bring full, unprecedented human rights to g ... More >>
Blanche Debris as Queen of the Krewe of Armeinius in 2004.The more you dig into gay history, the more you realize the Stonewall Riots in New York City in 1969 wasn't the only watershed moment for the gay rights movement in the United States.
Take the drag balls in New Orleans of the early ... More >>
Medical researchers say they need more information about the gay community.Update: UCLA academic says federal government needs to do better research on the LGBT community. After the jump.
A major study on the health of the gay community has been released today by a blue ribbon committee fro ... More >>
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CalArts teams up with the Theater @ Boston Court to present CAMINO REAL (reviewed here on Tuesday) at the Pasadena theater. Photo by Ed Krieger.
Another new pa ... More >>
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Photo by Maia RosenfeldTwenty-two jackals -- I
mean, actors -- have run up a $1200 bill at a posh hotel in 1930s
Manhattan, and their producer Gor ... More >>