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Death of culture: McDonald's moves into the Louvre.
Lady Gaga appeared on the MTV reality show Boiling Point three years ago — here's the video.
Weekly Standard defends military gay ban: "Another way to put this is to say that honor, which is by the testimony of soldiers throughout the ages of the essence of military service, includes the honor of being known for heterosexuality, and that, for most heterosexual males, shame attends a reputation as much for homosexuality as for weakness or cowardice."
New York Senators Schumer and Gillibrand to endorse William Thompson for NYC mayor.
NYT Consults Blog on anti-gay bullying.
The Onion to release range of greeting cards.
Glee preview: The boys sing "It's My Life".
Artist's painting finds buyer after he vandalizes it with graffiti.
Paul Hogarth: Defeating Question 1 in Maine about mobilizing the base. "If every Mainer votes in the upcoming election, Question One will lose – and conservatives who’ve won on 'gay marriage' in every state where it has been on the ballot will suffer a humiliating defeat. But this is an off-year election, and young people who strongly support marriage equality are much less likely to turn out. And while voters in liberal Portland are with us, I have gotten this apathetic shrug from people – saying it shouldn’t even be on the ballot."
Gourmet magazine folding after 68 years.
Trial starts for Alabama judge accused of sex-for-leniency trades: "The respected circuit judge once was the Democratic Party's choice to be the first black federal judge in south Alabama. Then his career collapsed under allegations that he brought inmates to his office and spanked them with a paddle. Later, an indictment accused him of sexually abusing male inmates in exchange for leniency. The trial on charges of sodomy, kidnapping, sex abuse, extortion, assault and ethics violations is set to start Monday."
Professor calls for Gay and Lesbian Studies curriculum expansion in Massachusetts...
Sean Penn beats up another paparazzo.
John Barrowman storms London's West End in La Cage Aux Folles.
Male model fix: Marlon Teixeira.
Roman Catholic Bishop faces child porn charges.
Signature-collecting deadline looms in Portland Mayor Sam Adams recall campaign: "The campaign won't reveal exactly how many signatures they have, but organizers emphasize they need more than 32,000. Sunday is their last full day to collect signatures to get a recall of Mayor Adams on what they hope will be the November ballot."
Miss Gay Indiana pageant hits Muncie.
Documents indicate gay bars not targeted by police in Atlanta.
Three Americans share 2009 Nobel Prize for Medicine: "Americans Elizabeth Blackburn, Carol Greider and Jack Szostak were named winners of the 2009 Nobel Prize in medicine on Monday for research that has implications for cancer and aging research. The trio solved a big problem in biology: how chromosomes can be 'copied in a complete way during cell divisions and how they are protected against degradation,' the citation said."