Guess what? It's leaf peeping time.
Anderson Cooper, swine flu victim?
Capital Territory tries again for marriage equality, again faces government opposition.
This is it: Michael Jackson media blitz begins.
Elizabeth Taylor wants to be buried next to MJ? "After sitting through Michael's funeral service at the Great
Mausoleum, with its magnificent stained-glass windows and replicas of
Michelangelo's artworks, she later told friends, 'I felt a sense of
peace there that I've never experienced before.'"
Chapel Hill, North Carolina to woo gay travelers: “We are looking at this from a purely economic perspective.”
Michelle Phillips says Mackenzie is lying about the incest.
Provincetown gay basher Eric Patten slapped with civil rights injunction. You may recall that Patten beat up a lesbian on Commercial Street and pushed her through a window after mistaking her for a gay man.
Office of Special Counsel reopens to federal workers who face anti-gay harassment on the job: "The decision effectively puts to an end any confusion caused
by a directive instituted under the Bush administration that had restricted the
federal agency from representing certain anti-gay discrimination cases sought
by employees of the U.S. government. In 2004 then Office of Special Counsel
head Scott Bloch declared that federal law did not protect workers who faced
on-the-job discrimination based on their sexual orientation or 'status' as gays and lesbians."
Ian McKellen honored at San Sebastian Film Festival.
90210 hunk Trevor Donovan flashes A/X shoppers.
Starbucks app uses iPhone to pay for lattes.
Long tarmac delays to be banned: "The Capitol Hill event drew both supporters and critics of the
legislation, which would force airlines to create plans to deplane
passengers after three hours and would require them to provide basic
services such as food and water while they are waiting on planes."
Evangelical Lutheran Church in America begs its members not to withhold donations over its recent decision to allow gay and lesbian clergy: "Although these actions are promoted as a way to signal opposition to
churchwide assembly actions or even to punish the voting members who
made them, the result will be wounds that we inflict on ourselves, our
shared life, and our mission in Christ."
Australia's first gay retirement home hits roadblocks:
"Those interested in buying off the plan will now have to wait until
early 2010 for the Ballan-based village. The $26 million Linton Estate
project has experienced a series of
delays since it was announced in July last year, with the global
financial crisis and thrashing out suitable floor plans being blamed."