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Monthly Archives: January 2008

Calendar: January 2008

Calendar: January 2008

Can an older black woman, set in her ways in a time of segregation, cope with the foreign world of the social change of the '60s? A musical by Tony Kushner. ...

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DVD Shorts: January 2008

DVD Shorts: January 2008

‘The Simpsons Movie: The Music' Simpsons fans and philes will enjoy this collection of works from Hans Zimmer, the deft composer responsible (with Danny Elfman) of the long runnin ...

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DVD: Animated Family Values

DVD: Animated Family Values

In 1992, President George Bush (the first one) told a gathering of the National Religious Broadcasters, “We need a nation closer to the Waltons than the Simpsons.” ...

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AIDS Watch: Back to Basics

AIDS Watch: Back to Basics

At the time of this writing, The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) are considering when to release new statistics that will show a significant increase in the ...

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OutRight: Thanking Frank

OutRight: Thanking Frank

On November 7, the House of Representatives passed the Employment Non-Discrimination Act (ENDA). The vote was 235-184, with 35 Republicans in favor and 25 Democrats against. It's ...

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LeftOut: The New Warriors: A Second Look

LeftOut: The New Warriors: A Second Look

EDITOR’S NOTE: The original January “LeftOut” column written by Wayne Besen incorrectly asserted that the ManKind Project is connected to or supports organizations that advocate s ...

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InsideOut At City Hall: The Other Parent Trap

InsideOut At City Hall: The Other Parent Trap

I have no doubt that children are best off being reared in two-parent, opposite-sex households than in any other parenting configuration. ...

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OutLoud: Down Time

OutLoud: Down Time

Seagulls scanned the morning surf. Wifey and I waited for our breakfast menus and took in the view, mesmerized by the crashing waves. We were both a little loopy from our all-morn ...

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What A World: Picture It

What A World: Picture It

Last month, hordes of people attended a reception at Montrose Counseling Center honoring Dalton DeHart, Houston's Number One photographer of all things gay for the past 30 years. ...

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News Briefs: January 2008

News Briefs: January 2008

Two candidates endorsed by the Houston GLBT Political Caucus political-action committee won their bids for City Council seats in a December 8 runoff election. ...

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