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NYC Activists Plan Alternative Pride March for Same Day

NYC Activists Plan Alternative Pride March for Same Day

May 15
Activists who believe that New York City's massive gay pride parade has become too corporate are planning an alternative "Queer Liberation March" on the same day.

Indochino Opens 2nd Location in Boston's Seaport District, Partners with Red Sox

Indochino Opens 2nd Location in Boston's Seaport District, Partners with Red Sox

Apr 2
Indochino, the global leader in custom apparel, announced a partnership today with the Boston Red Sox in advance of its second Boston location opening in the bustling Seaport neighborhood.

Milk, Moscone Celebrated at Vigil

By David-Elijah Nahmod | Dec 8
A light, steady rain did not deter about 500 people from gathering in San Francisco Tuesday, November 27, to mark the 40th anniversary of the assassinations of mayor George Moscone and supervisor Harvey Milk.

Pence Wife and Daughter Plan More Marlon Bundo Stories

Dec 3
The wife and daughter of Vice President Mike Pence plan more stories about the family bunny, Marlon Bundo.

New D.C. Bill Could Expand Care for LGBT Seniors, People With HIV

Oct 19
D.C. Councilmember Mary Cheh has introduced first-of-its-kind legislation to better protect and support LGBT elders and older people living with HIV in the District of Columbia.

Californians Consider Cage-Free Hens by 2022

By Jocelyn Gecker | Oct 8
California voters are right to think they already weighed in on how big cages should be for egg-laying hens.

Visit Philadelphia Names Openly Gay CEO

Sep 10
Jeff Guaracino, co-author of "Handbook of LGBT Tourism and Hospitality: A Guide for Business Practice," has been appointed Visit Philadelphia's new president and CEO.

Unhealthy Smoky Air Blankets Northwest

Aug 16
Unhealthy air filled with smoke from wildfires blanketed the Northwest again on Wednesday. Washington state had the worst air quality in the country, according to the National Weather Service.

Los Angeles Installs Subway Body Scanners

By Michael Balsamo | Aug 15
Los Angeles' subway will become the first mass transit system in the U.S. to install body scanners that screen passengers for weapons and explosives, officials said Tuesday.

Toxic Algae Bloom Plagues Florida's Gulf Coast

By Tamara Lush | Aug 14
Tons of dead fish. A smell so awful you gag with one inhale. Empty beaches, empty roads, empty restaurants.

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