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One of the most sensational art heists in history took place Aug. 11, 1911. It was spontaneous rather than planned. The theft -- the most famous picture in the world -- Leonardo Da Vinci's "Mona Lisa," valued at over $100 million. READ MORE.
A few years ago I was invited by one of BTL's many creative editorial associates to attend what might best be labeled as an exclusive "Kink Collective Party." It was being held during Good Friday week in a rental room at Detroit's Masonic Temple. READ MORE.
It took me a while to get the hang of learning a foreign language. During my undergraduate study at Wayne State University, I tried Spanish, German and Italian, dropping out after half-hearted samplings of the sounds, vocabulary, nuances, richness of each seemingly unmanageable language. READ MORE.
There are paths that by strange chances on Christmas Eve mix up in time, space, thought, crazy activation. Some fact. Some fantasy. Who knows? READ MORE.
'Twas New Years Eve and Santa Closet - lavender quill pen in hand, Gucci trifocal sunglasses on his merry nose - was double checking his private list to see who's straight, and who's - hopefully, er, - gay. READ MORE.
A federally funded study by People Friends of Cats and Dogs (P-FCD) says that "persons of rainbow personality make the best dog owners, but have little influence on cats, although this should not be misconstrued as homophobia on the part of America's feline population." READ MORE.
- Q&A: Kathy Griffin Reveals Death-Related Talk With Joan Rivers, Plans To Get Fired From 'Fashion Police' & Cher's Health
- Missing Person Found In Metro Detroit
- Exclusive! 'Looking' Star Russell Tovey On Sex Scenes, His Famous Butt & That Rimming Cake
- EXCLUSIVE! Gwen Stefani On Why She Paints Her Boys' Nails, Meeting Gays 'Late In Life' & Her (Lack Of) Girl Crushes
- Q&A: Harvey Fierstein Opens Up On The Success Of 'Kinky Boots,' His 'Legendary Disaster' & 'Insulting' Double Standards
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A study published in the journal The Lancet HIV reports that there is a significant disparity in HIV prevalence between black and white men who have sex with men. The study was published on Nov. 18 and found a startling 32 percent prevalence rate for black men who have sex with men, compared with only eight percent for white men who have sex with men.View More World AIDS Day
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