Actress Anne Francis dies.
Oddsmakers betting that John Travolta will announce he's gay this year.
Brian Austin Green dreaded being cast as the neighborhood hunk on Desperate Housewives:"I was. I was dreading it. It's just….I've just never played anyone labeled as a hunk in anything. I've always been kind of the lankier guy. And a lot of pressure comes with [playing the hunk]."
Brazil's first woman president sworn in.
Taiwan AIDS Foundaiton website to revamp, offer info on pop culture.
Fairfax County coffeehouse So Addictive evolves into gay bar: "The arrival of a gay bar in the heart of a quintessentially suburban community nearly 25 miles outside of Washington is a milestone for the gay community. It's also a broader test to see whether a business that caters to gay men and lesbians can succeed and gain mainstream acceptance in a town that was once featured in a book on the 100 'Best Places to Raise Your Family' in the United States."
David Arquette checks himself into rehab.
Gay-Straight Alliances bloom in Utah: "Last January, only 9 high schools in Utah had active Gay-Straight Alliances; by last month, the number had reached 32."
Belonsky: the death of the gay bookstore.
Burglars break in to Atlanta Eagle bar, steal booze.
Jersey City Municipal Judge Ray Velazquez is new Councilman at Large: "The gay and lesbian community today has a voice on this council. Although some people may not understand what it's like not to have a voice, let me explain to you that what you have done today speaks volumes to the people who desperately need a voice and have a voice and have been waiting so long for this opportunity."
Male model fix: Robert Sepulveda Jr.
Josh Duhamel splashes around in St. Barts.
Minnesota Catholic school student who wrote article condemning archbishop for anti-gay DVD campaign reflects on reactions to it: "In the days that followed, Sean found his anonymous detractors, the online commenters, melted away. The Knight-Errant student newspaper instituted a new comment policy: no anonymous comments and writers must use valid emails. And he found he had even more friends than he thought he did. In early December, he was elected Grand Knight, the equivalent of the prom king, for Benilde-St. Margaret’s winter formal."
British soap EastEnders plans gay surrogacy storyline.
David Furnish: More than just the other half…
Australian harness racer says he lost his job because he's gay: “The manager said, ‘Before you arrived here, we heard you were fired in Adelaide because your boss walked in on you naked with your boyfriend’, which was a complete lie.”