Rearview Mirror: Looking Back at the Week on Towleroad
Jerusalem tensions rise, but gay pride goes off after a bomber is seized.
Gays win union rights in Colombia which are then snatched away. Protests.
Isaiah Washington says T.R. Knight should have been fired from Grey's Anatomy.
Gladiators return to ancient Rome in gay show of force.
Ft. Lauderdale gay couple forms non-profit in response to Biblical airport incident.
Scientologist overlords infiltrate Beckham football match; then plan takeover.
Armistead Maupin's partner speaks out on older guys who date younger guys.
In the kitchen with gay Top Chef contestant Dale Levitski.
UCLA students run through campus in their undies. Now with more school spirit.
Alan Turing's sexuality 'forgotten' at Bletchley Park statue unveiling.
On the tube: Lift the Ban, Life Interrupted, Beefcake, Mika, Hillary Clinton.
Kathy Griffin on loving gay men. Opera singer Paul Potts wins Britain's Got Talent.
Saving Laguna Beach's Boom Boom Room: PR and Prayers.
Football from the rear: tight end Chris Cooley, defensive end Patrick Kerney.
Is he running? New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg leaves Republican party.
New York State Assembly approves gay marriage bill 85-61.
John Travolta not bothered by gay rumors, but really is bothered by them.
Judge ponders "hate" in Michael Sandy murder trial.
Summer solstice UK: a tale of two henges.
Protestors scold NYC Speaker Christine Quinn at LGBT celebration.
First looks: Where the Wild Things Are, Indiana Jones.
John Edwards gets the glam treatment on Men's Vogue cover.
PLUS: Space Shuttle, A-hole bag, Jesse Metcalfe, Elizabeth Edwards, iPhone.