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Parting Glances Parting Glances: Not Our Hillary, Too!

Ah, the forbidden, secret pleasure of enjoying the sudden -- or, the prolonged -- misfortune or misery of others. READ MORE.

Parting Glances: Square Pegs, Round Holes

How many of the 7.125 billion earth humans are you personally acquainted with? According to the U.S. Census Bureau, that's the world's last population count as of 2013. And climbing! READ MORE.

Parting Glances: Candles At Both Ends

Edna St. Vincent Millay's poetry -- touching, independent, light, feminist, sardonic -- is once again reaching new, younger audiences, many LGBT. READ MORE.

PARTING GLANCES: Is Mary's Little Lamb Gay?

She had a habit of muttering in her cups, "Sail off into the wind, sailor!" when she had one too many. (Martinis, not sailors.) READ MORE.

Parting Glances: Remembering 'Honey' Combs

Mart Crowley's "Boys In the Band" opened Off-Broadway 47 years ago. I bought a copy of the play in Chicago in 1968 and read dialogue aloud while driving back to Detroit with my then partner Larry. READ MORE.

Parting Glances: All A Matter Of Perspective

Challenged? Yes! But Jon persists, encouraged I'm sure by his black Labrador Retriever, Archie, now going on four loyal canine years of admiration and devotion as Jon's apprentice sidekick. READ MORE.

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The Beauty Of Natural Imperfections

In a 3,000 foot shop in Ann Arbor, Paul Hickman and his small team of employees cut, sand and finish salvaged wood into custom picture frames, furniture and coasters that "families will be fighting over for decades."

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