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Senator Kennedy dies; was champion of civil rights, sponsored hate crimes legislation

Senator Kennedy dies; was champion of civil rights, sponsored hate crimes legislation

The National Gay and Lesbian Task Force mourns the loss of U.S. Sen. Edward Kennedy (D-Mass.), who died after battling a brain tumor. Kennedy was a champion of many progressive causes. He was a...

Book review: “Sprout” by Dale Peck

Book review: “Sprout” by Dale Peck

By Eric Heininger Sprout by Dale Peck; NY: Bloomsbury; Hardcover Teen Novel, 277 pp., $16.99; 2009. Dale Peck’s new book Sprout tells the story of Daniel Bradford, a gay teenager who moves from Long...

ACTING ON FAITH: Faith In Action Honorees

ACTING ON FAITH: Faith In Action Honorees

By Michael Nicosia This regular column is organized by Interfaith Advocates for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender People, formed in 1991 to seek increased awareness, understanding and inclusion of LGBT people by our individual...

Local filmmaker Beth Bailey previews new feature June 3

Local filmmaker Beth Bailey previews new feature June 3

The New York state premiere of Beth Bailey’s latest feature, “Delicious Ambiguity,” will take place on June 3 at 6 p.m. at the Little Theatre on East Ave. After the screening, there will be...

Take off for Toronto, NYC, two upstate Prides

Take off for Toronto, NYC, two upstate Prides

Thinking of heading north this month? Toronto’s 29th Pride Week is June 19–28. It is one of the largest outdoor free festivals in the world, and hundreds of thousands will march in or observe...