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Parting Glances Wrong Stall, Right Poo

This from Waccoff, Texas. Source: Lone Star Police Gazette Badge Polisher. Headline: Under Cover Cops Make Sunday Surprise Restroom Arrests! Mark your activist desk calendar... READ MORE.

Parting Glances: Remembering Mr. George

As a teenager in the mid-1950s, I listened faithfully to Country Western music radio, and later 'Senator' Bristo Bryant's Rhythm Blues after-high school class broadcasts. (A favorite group was Billy Ward His Dominoes.) READ MORE.

'Little Bigger Than A Metronome Minute'

When Detroit-born, Cass Tech graduate Bernard Johnson died of pneumonia in January 1997 at age 60, the New York Times carried a quarter-page obit celebrating his life as "a Renaissance man in dance." READ MORE.

And I Dream In Color, Too

From time to time I keep a dream journal. Last year I recorded over 50 dreams, which is pretty good considering that dreams are like exotic butterflies: unless netted quickly, they flutter and vanish back into the twilight zone. READ MORE.

Parting Glances: Days Of Wine And Roses

"It's a pity that youth is wasted on the young," said George Bernard Shaw, whose play "Pygmalion" was given a fresh start and a heart pacer as the Broadway musical "My Fair Lady." READ MORE.

Art History Gets In Drag

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.

Special Section: Marriage
Wedding Expo Returns During Pivotal Year For Marriage Equality

Dancing, music, delicious food and a party atmosphere will greet the hundreds of people coming out to the 2015 Ultimate LGBT Wedding and Anniversary Expo March 21.

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