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Minnesota Queers Ponder Politics in ’08

Odd as it may seem, our current—and unfathomably lengthy—2008 election cycle is entering one of its later stages. While Minnesota’s March 4 caucuses come relatively late in the game, in a wide-open presidential race, our...

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Letters

MCIL Thanks Lavender I am writing to thank Lavender for your coverage of the GLBT support group here at the Metropolitan Center for Independent Living (MCIL), and for covering the broader issues of GLBT individuals who also...

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1-800-GOT-JUNK Clears Clutter

Home & Yard Blvd. Section “The junk marines are here!” This was the hue and cry of one client when 1-800-GOT-JUNK arrived at the scene of a particularly dire urban jettison. “We are a full-service junk-removal company,”...

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National & World News National News Hundreds March To Remember Slain Teen Hundreds of teenagers marched in February to honor a Southern California 15-year-old killed in school in an alleged hate crime. The march in Oxnard in...

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Ask What You Can Do for Your Country

So, Super Tuesday is over, and nothing is any more settled for us GLBT Democratic voters than it was the Monday before. Talk to any of us poll-watchers, and we would have said that on Wednesday, February 6, everything would be...

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Lou Sullivan

Louis Graydon Sullivan was a pioneer of the transgender movement—not just as an organizer, but also as perhaps the first female-to-male (FTM) transsexual to identify publicly as a gay man. Born in 1951, and named Sheila Jean,...

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On the Townsend

The Syringa Tree Through Mar. 9 Jungle Theater 2951 Lyndale S., Mpls. (612) 822-7063 www.jungletheater.com If you caught Sarah Agnew in lead roles last year in the Guthrie’s Major Barbara and The Home Place, you probably were...

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