Rearview Mirror: Looking Back at the Week on Towleroad
Isaiah Washington makes Bionic leap to NBC, grateful for second chances.
Milan ballet marks tenth anniversary of Gianni Versace murder.
Ouch: Athlete speared by javelin at Rome's Golden League Games.
Chuck & Larry: Steve Buscemi defends pro-gay message; LGBT NYC Firefighters approve.
On the Tube: Jake Gyllenhaal, Rev. Reggie Longcrier, Male Aquamaid, The Queen.
Big Brother 8: Magnus vs. Kragnus, Dustin and Joe, Nick's flaming pits, eviction.
4th of July "Straight Pride" contingent causes controversy in Telluride, Colorado.
Rugby players make out in new travel campaign to attract Londoners to Paris.
Fred Phelps renews push for "Matthew Shepard in Hell" statue in Casper, Wyoming.
Elizabeth Edwards slams Bush hate crimes inaction, explains Ann Coulter phone-in.
Ian McKellen takes gay activism to Singapore, where he's told: don't get naked.
Djimon Hounsou: Calvin Klein's new man of Steel.
Flush Naugle: Gays in Florida call on mayor to resign over homophobic comments.
Lance Bass talks about new boyfriend, model Pedro Andrade.
Authentic? Warhol Estate sued for manipulating artist's prices.
Geyser: Midtown Manhattan rocked by steam pipe explosion.
Young hypocrites: A visit to the College Republican National Convention.
A gravely ill Tammy Faye Messner appears on Larry King. More...
Ignorance halts Nepalese HIV/AIDS program funded by Elton John Foundation.
Nude beach frolicker Shemar Moore declares: I'm not gay.
PLUS: Sacha Baron-Cohen, Mitt Romney, Enrique Iglesias, Tom Cruise, Mario Lopez.