News: Tori Spelling: Lambda Literary Awards, Fred Hochberg, PSB
Lambda Literary Awards handed out in New York.
Quincy, Massachusetts Church of the Presidents has its rainbow flag stolen for the fourth time in nine months: "The flag was stolen last August, and again last September. Two months later it was burned, and this week it was stolen yet again. It’s a symbol of the congregation’s support for equal rights for [GLBT] persons."
Candy Spelling: Tori Spelling killed my husband.
Mixner: On becoming a civil rights movement.
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St. Petersburg, Florida vetoes unmessaged rainbow flag: "They say the flag does not meet St. Petersburg's street banner policy, which states all banners must carry a written message."
Orlando Bloom celebrates Burberry Day!
New Yorkers plan weekend rally to pressure state senator George Onorato, who continues to refuse to meet with his constitutents on same-sex marriage.
T.R. Knight done with Grey's Anatomy? Looks that way.
Mom saves the day.
British soap EastEnders to feature gay Muslim storyline.
Gay Times: Cristiano Ronaldo is the sexiest man alive.
Pennsylvania court rules in favor of an accountant whose license was revoked following a hate crime conviction: "The panel, in a 2-1 ruling, ordered the board to impose a lessor punishment on Kevin Allen Ake, who was convicted of a felony in Chicago for leaving messages on the answering machine of a lesbian he believed had him kicked out of the YMCA for trying to start a Bible program."
Fred Hochberg sworn in as 23rd president of the Export-Import Bank of the United States.
Porn actors Damien Crosse and Francesco D'Macho get married.
Senator David Vitter does not support the Uniting American Families Act.
Once Upon a Time: A significant Keith Haring mural turned 20 this week.
7 unanswered questions in the Angie Zapata murder case.
Harrah's Casino hopes you don't boycott Nevada because of its Domestic Partner bill-vetoing governor.
Schwarzenegger parole board appointee rejected for anti-gay comments: "Douglas Drummond, a former Long Beach City Council member, had been censured by the council for voicing support of Fidel Castro's sequestering of gays in Cuba, applauding the fact that same-sex couples don't reproduce and saying about gay political activity: 'How do we deal with it short of killing them?'"