Update: Yes, the posthumous winner was Roselle! Big cash prizes went to Roselle and others. See at bottom of second page. The hairy competition has been pitched, with 453 heroic dogs from around the nation fighting it out for the eight finalist slots in the first American Humane Association Hero Do ... More >>
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"Grab a lesbian and go to the dyke march!" the announcements urge. Sure enough, the gals are kicking off Boys Town's 39th Christopher Street West Pride Festival with a 7:30 p.m. march. The action starts at Santa Monica and San Vicente boulevards, and heads to West Hollywood Park, located at 647 N. S ... More >>
Many blacks have a Jeremiah Wright in their past ... and are better men for it
Essential DVDs for a personalized TV Land
Democrats once again waste a chance to stop the killing
Does Republican crusade spell bedtime for Buster?
One labor struggle ends, another begins
Howard Dean and the fight for the DNC’s soul
The Baghdad Hand (Over) Job
From mathematics to war
The Battle of Algiers and the histories we’re condemned to repeat
The president prefers spin to news
The fantasy world of a right-wing fund-raiser
Where are the new protest songs?
24 and counting . . .
Whatever happened to dirty bombs and homemade polio?
Democrats clamber onto the tank on Iraq
Another top gun goes Behind Enemy Lines
First AIDS, now genocide . . . Diamanda Galás won’t lighten up
Reexamining the U.S. failure to prepare for the battle against terror
In pursuit of L.A. terrorists
We need a universal military call-up to start the real debate on this war
Uncomfortable questions about the outpouring of disaster donations
George Bush’s mighty campaign for a place in history
A reality check on the rumors . . . and reality itself
In people, freedoms and decency lost, it’s still too early to know
. . . is enough to torpedo your appetite
Why a missile-defense system can never work
William Wiley and Mrs. Gore, plus a Dutch, Hawkinsonian pop-conceptualist
School of the Americas faces its toughest test
A Ghost in the space-time machine