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Kevin Miller Cartoon for 4/23/14

Posted on 23 April 2014

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The Case for War

Posted on 23 April 2014

In 1978, Senator George McGovern, a man whose opposition to the war in Vietnam was second to none, stunned the nation by proposing that the United States invade Cambodia as part of an international military coalition to put an end to the genocide taking place in that country. Senator McGovern’s critics saw his proposal as […]

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Grand Stand: Steve Grand Talks About His Massive Kickstarter Success

Posted on 22 April 2014

Once in a great while, I get the opportunity to talk to someone who is at the beginning of their career and on the path towards a meteoric rise. Gay singer/songwriter Steve Grand is one of those people. I was fortunate enough to speak with him in July 2013 as he was making national headlines […]

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Why Colbert is the Perfect Replacement for Letterman

Posted on 17 April 2014

While he won’t be playing the character portrayed on The Colbert Report, Stephen Colbert has been officially named the replacement for David Letterman on the “Late Show.” The announcement brought a truckload of internet controversy (of course), and in a matter of hours, very polarized opinions. “How could he replace someone as legendary as Letterman?” […]

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Josh Mesnik: The Man Behind ‘Have I Got a Girl For You’

Posted on 15 April 2014

Island City Stage has a hit on its hands. The world premiere of Josh Mesnik’s sex romp Have I Got a Girl For You is packing in audiences from all across the region (hello, Boca!) and beyond. Deservedly so, Have I Got a Girl For You is the kind of comedy that has something for […]

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Gay Rights Continue to Mirror the Civil Rights Movement

Posted on 09 April 2014

Lyndon B. Johnson, a late president and strong supporter of civil rights for African-Americans, was apparently sympathetic to any group that was discriminated against, according to a recent interview with between Katie Couric and Johnson’s daughters, Luci Baines Johnson and Lynda Bird Johnson Robb. “I think my father felt very strongly that when there was […]

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Kevin Miller’s Cartoon for 4/2/14

Posted on 06 April 2014

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Paths to Equality this Election Year

Posted on 06 April 2014

Last week, former Governor Charlie Crist came to campaign among LGBT supporters in South Florida. He was well received and his fundraiser at the home of local commissioner Dean Trantalis was attended by such unlikely bedfellows as former Broward County Sherriff Al Lamberti, publisher Norm Kent and Michael Albetta. But the debate amongst gays, about […]

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Help is a Call Away: Suicide Prevention in the Gay Community

Posted on 03 April 2014

The writer Timothy Delvecc once said “The saddest people smile the brightest.” The quote holds some truth, as those who are the most hurt or lonely may be the last person we would ever expect to endure such a struggle. “But he always seems so happy,” you might think to yourself. While there’s no real […]

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A Class Act: An Interview with Joan As Police Woman

Posted on 26 March 2014

The Classic (PIAS) is the fifth and funkiest album by Joan As Police Woman (aka out musician Joan Wasser). Shiny as polished brass and jangly as the coins in your pocket or the bottom of your purse, The Classic lives up to its name. The disc begins with “Witness,” which will not only have you […]

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