FOX offers Westboro Baptist Church an hour of radio airtime if they promise not to picket the funerals of the murdered Amish girls.
Students at the University of Missouri-Columbia want the name of the Student Union building, currently named after a former dean who “worked to purge the campus of gay students and professors more than a half-century ago,” changed. Students: “We are not suggesting that Brady’s ideals were out of the mainstream at the time. We are simply wondering why (the university) would continue to leave a building … named after a man who represented where the university has been, rather than where it is going.”
Paper: local churches and parents worried that North Carolina high school’s gay-straight alliance could spread AIDS.
Red Sox rookies get their drag on.
British murderer of gay man found dead in prison cell.
The unambiguously gay duo spotted at Scissor Sisters concert: “I saw Lance Bass and Reichen Lehmkuhl as we were walking in. Reichen did that ‘reach back for your partner’s hand’ thing, in a very ‘he’s more than just my financial support – it’s also about the heart’ kind of way. I nearly teared up, and there wasn’t a camera to be seen.”
George Lucas says he’s leaving the film business: “We don’t want to make movies. We’re about to get into television. As far as Lucasfilm is concerned, we’ve moved away from the feature film thing because it’s too expensive and it’s too risky. I think the secret to the future is quantity.”