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Monthly Archives: September 2009

<em>Official Book Club Selection</em>

Official Book Club Selection

The feisty comic settles a few scores, celebrates the friends and mentors who helped her claw her way to the middle, and shares insider gossip about celebrity behavior—the good, t ...

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Dancing in the Dark

Dancing in the Dark

Forget health care. Forget the economy. Forget Jon and Kate plus the eight overexposed product of their loins. The biggest story to hit the headlines this month is Texas conservat ...

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Milk and King Receive America’s Highest Honor

Milk and King Receive America’s Highest Honor

Noted gay and lesbian leaders Harvey Milk and Billie Jean King were among the 16 recipients of the 2009 Presidential Medal of Freedom. America’s highest civilian honor, the Medal ...

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<em>Pop Salvation</em>

Pop Salvation

Caleb is a small southern boy at a Washington private school. Lonely and isolated, he comes into his true self when he discovers the art of Andy Warhol, Rocky Horror Picture Show, ...

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Passage of Hate Crimes Legislation in Senate Elicits Mixed Reactions

Passage of Hate Crimes Legislation in Senate Elicits Mixed Reactions

On July 23, 2009, the Department of Defense authorization bill, which contains the Matthew Shepard Hate Crimes Prevention Act (bill number S.909), passed in the U.S. Senate. ...

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<em>Cheever: A Life</em>

Cheever: A Life

John Cheever (1912–1982), Pulitzer Prize-winning chronicler of suburban angst, was the very model of a postmodern, self-loathing, closeted, alcoholic bisexual who viewed his sexua ...

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HIV Screening Program Proves Successful, Continues

HIV Screening Program Proves Successful, Continues

More than 25,800 people have been tested for HIV as a result of a routine screening program for Ben Taub General Hospital’s emergency patients. Last year, Harris County Hospital D ...

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<em>Café Tempest</em>

Café Tempest

I love fictional memoirs—they allow writers to share the heart of a story while allowing them to protect the innocent. In Café Tempest, Sarah agrees to direct the local Greek town ...

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Reauthorization Sought for Ryan White HIV/AIDS Treatment Modernization Act

Reauthorization Sought for Ryan White HIV/AIDS Treatment Modernization Act

On September 30, the Ryan White HIV/AIDS Treatment Modernization Act is set to expire. Sounding the alarm for public support, local HIV/AIDS service providers say millions of Amer ...

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Houston GLBT Caucus Makes Endorsements, Parker Gains More Supporters

Houston GLBT Caucus Makes Endorsements, Parker Gains More Supporters

The Houston Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transgender Political Caucus met August 5 to endorse candidates in the 2009 Houston municipal elections as well as Houston Independent Scho ...

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