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Parting Glances Parting Glances: 'Tricky Dick' Tapes Gay

I was working at a discount records shop in downtown Detroit in 1959, the year two ill-fated contenders - Senator John Fitzgerald Kennedy and Vice President Richard Milhous Nixon - campaigned for the 1960 presidency. READ MORE.

Parting Glances: Color Coding For Jesus!

A group called Noah's Angels is spending big bucks to provide dolphins with bodysuits to stop gay activity among this frisky, highly sexually active species. (Dolphins are one of 450 animal groping, er, groupings known to enjoy same-sex cavorting.) The bodysuits, costing $250 each, emit electric shocks when touching occurs between similarly outfitted dolphins. READ MORE.

Parting Glances: 13 Years Next Week

Among five digit numbers in high demand for Spain's $1.2 - Madre de Dios! - billion dollar Christmas lottery was 11901, the standard European dating for the World Trade Center devastation. The year of Spain's yuletide game was 2001. READ MORE.

Parting Glances: No Onan! Oh, No!

Years ago there was a physique magazine, Tomorrow's Man, that for 50 cents newsstand purchase could be discreetly hidden in a hip pocket for private enjoyment. (Considered pornographic it was a federal offense to send copies through the mail.) READ MORE.

Parting Glances: White House S/henanigans

Martin Luther King, Jr.'s 1965 historic march from Selma to Montgomery, Ala., for Negro voter rights changed the South forever. (Or, did it?) READ MORE.

Parting Glances: Band Tunes Remembered

Mort Crowley's "Boys In the Band" opened Off-Broadway almost 50 years ago. I bought a copy of the play in Chicago in 1968 and read dialog aloud while driving back to Detroit with my then partner Larry Stetson. READ MORE.

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Nearing Agricultural Nirvana With Dolly The Llama

CHELSEA - Following a path that has taken her from working in civil rights in the big metropolis of New York City to owning dozens of sheep, chickens, pigs and other rowdy farm animals, Angie Martell seeks a full life of balance and tranquility.

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