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Going to the Dogs at Canterbury Park More than 1,200 dogs will be shown at the Minneapolis Kennel Club Dog Show at Shakopee’s Canterbury Park, November 19-20. Participating dogs come from every American Kennel Club’s […]

From the Editor: Gifts. Holidays. Giving. Doing. Showing. Asking.

Researching and sourcing items for the Gift Guide has as much to do with you, as the readers, as it does with us, as the writers.  We think about what you might want, being members […]

2011 Holiday Gift Guide

Give the Gift of Books: Keep True Colors Flying

“So – what do I want readers to know about True Colors? That we are OPEN!” said owner Ruta Skujins. “There was so much fuss about Amazon closing, “but relatively little about me buying it […]

Big Gay News

Catholic Journal Withdraws Gay Devil Column The Catholic Archdiocese of Boston’s official newspaper, The Pilot, has retracted a column that claimed the devil is responsible for same-sex attraction. The author, associate director for policy and […]

Commentary: Does it Make a Difference, the Color of the Ball?

There were 12 minutes to go in the pregame shoot-around. The first game of the WNBA Finals at the Target Center was off the hook with energy. The audience spilled into the Target Center like […]

Uganda: An Overview of How White American Evangelicals and Enriched Ugandan Politicians Target Lesbians and Gays

American taxpayers have grown increasingly wary and weary of dumping billions of dollars annually into countries that do not honor the separation of religion and state and which provide little sunlight on how much of those billions are […]

Marry Me Minnesota Lawsuit Breaks Ranks

Three Minnesota couples are suing the state, a divisive move that many marriage equality supporters say will do more harm than good in the 2012 ballot battle  Marry Me Minnesota, composed of three Minnesota same-sex […]

Gift Baskets with The Aliveness Project

“Your service is a blessing to us families who live in poverty and can’t afford Christmas presents. Our children couldn’t be happier. You put smiles on my children’s faces…priceless.” – 2010 Gift Basket recipient Adopting, […]

A Word in Edgewise: School Priorities: Socialization or Survival?

This past month yet another gay teen, Ottawa 10th grader Jamie Hubley, committed suicide after having endured bullying since 7th grade. Hubley blogged, had friends and peers who cared, but still the loneliness and pervasive […]

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