News: Oscar Wilde, El Niño, Pepto-Bismol, Vladimir Putin, Iraq
Provincetown player Ryan Landry stars as Oscar Wilde in production of Moises Kaufman's Gross Indecency.
Save the Earth, piss in the shower.
New El Niño may be second-strongest.
The Majority: Condé Nast's 'A-gay' tower of power?
Bolivia bans all circus animals: "Bolivia has enacted what animal rights activists are calling the world's first ban on all animals in circuses. A handful of other countries have banned the use of wild animals in circuses, but the Bolivian ban includes domestic animals as well."
Phyllis Schlafly unleashes on the National Education Association for supporting gays at its annual convention in San Diego.
Allen Thornell, LGBT leader in Georgia, dies after suffering stroke.
Leonardo Dicaprio hits the beach in Ibiza.
Pepto-Bismol ice cream: hangover cure?
Stonewall Shooting Sports: Gay Utah group to join gun rights march in Salt Lake City.
Killer of gay seaman August Provost, who committed suicide while in custody, had tried to kill himself twice before.
Movieline interviews photographer Bruce Weber.
Maybe the only reason to see the new G.I. Joe flick?
The NYT visits the John Bartlett boutique: "It’s not as if this store is exclusively gay; it’s just secure in its sexuality. Contrary to current film and television, there is a large segment of confident gay men out there who aren’t that obsessed with fashion. They work hard, and just need some nice clothes for jobs and second dates."
What Tom Cruise, John Travolta, and Will Smith will be wearing this fall.
Russian PM Vladimir Putin shows off his macho self again. FLASHBACK: A river runs through Russia: Fishing with Pin-up Putin.
75% of Poles against same-sex marriage.
Error rate increases as signatures are counted in Washington state anti-gay ballot measure.
Massachusetts teen held on $1000 bond after anti-gay assault: "According to the victim, he and his female friend were walking on Bay Street when they were approached by a group of four boys. They identified two of the four as Ambers and Gregg, who appeared to be intoxicated when they directed their attention toward the victim in an aggressive manner. Though she tried to keep Ambers at a distance, the victim’s friend told officers her attempts were futile. Reports say Ambers and Gregg shouted homosexual slurs as they punched and kicked the teenager until he fell to the ground."
Annie Lennox, backwards and forwards.