News: Van Gogh, Greece, Dom DeLuise, Quebec, 911, Supreme Court
Two arrests made in Oakland Park anti-gay assaults: "Victor Gonzalez, 21, and Pargu Leandro, 25, both of Deerfield Beach, were jailed in connection with the April 6 early morning attack that left Craig Cohen, 47, on life support and caused severe head injuries to David Villanova, 27. Gonzalez and Leandro each face attempted murder, battery and robbery charges" Background.
Turns out Gauguin may have cut off Van Gogh's ear, and may also have been seriously infatuated with him.
Teen arrested for swearing on 911 during emergency call for her seizing father.
Actor Dom DeLuise dies at 75.
Openly gay Iraq veteran Anthony Woods running for Ellen Tauscher's seat in Congress.
Vandals strike gay community center in Burlington, Vermont.
Little Britain to be feature film for Ben Stiller's production company Red Hour: "Creators & stars Matt Lucas and David Walliams have just finished penning a script for the film that sets the action in Las Vegas. 'We’re really happy with it, but the whole film project is still kind of dependent on how much we can raise our profiles in America' says Walliams."
Politico on Obama and the consideration of a lesbian Supreme Court Justice. But did we already have one?
Vote for the Worst is holding an auction to benefit Relay for Life and the American Cancer Society. One of the items is a painting of Adam Lambert.
Fake memoirist James Frey has a "secret" about Oprah Winfrey, lost passage suggests.
David Ogden Stiers (Major Charles Winchester from M*A*S*H): I'm gay.
Classified. White House has no plans to release NYC Air Force One flyover photos: "So we're not gonna see the fruits of this cruel joke?"
Rebellious Iowa counties stir up opposition to marriage equality, call for resolution.
Writer-performer Mario Baldessari "sets out to slam bigotry" in D.C. production of Fat Gay Jew.
All the outfits at the MET's Costume Institute Gala.
Greek court rules same-sex weddings held on the island of Tilos last June invalid: "We will appeal within May ... but I fear the appeal court's decision won't be different, considering how conservative Greek courts are."
Paula Abdul's new single, "Here for the Music".
Carrie Prejean gives Joe.My.God the tweet of death.
Quebec government supports LGBT seniors with $500,000 in projects: "Marguerite Blais, the cabinet minister responsible for seniors, and representatives of the gay and lesbian communities made the announcement in Montreal today. The new initiatives are centred around education campaigns that highlight the isolation felt by many homosexual seniors.Laurent McCutcheon of the gay helpline Gai Ecoute says homosexuality is taboo in many institutions which serve the elderly, leading many Quebec seniors to hide their sexual orientation. Blais says her support for the projects came after statements made during Quebec-wide public consultations in 2008 on issues facing the elderly."