Tag: Issue 389

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MensDept. Cuts Its Way Into Minneapolis

Kurt Kueffner Goes Back to Basics with His Barbershop The economy slowly is recovering after one of the worst recessions since the Great Depression. But the effect still can be felt, with unemployment rates hovering around 10...

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Queer As Folks

Multicultural Forum Seeks Future of Inclusion For the past 22 years, the Multicultural Forum has been providing CEOs, managers, human resource professionals, and everyone else information about diversity in the workplace....

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Lest Old Acquaintance Be Forgot

This year, as time slouches toward another birthday, my mind is focused on pleasant nostalgic memories rather than its usual dwellings on mortality and loss of short-term memory. One reason: The powers that be just rereleased...

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These Paws were Made for Walking

Animal Humane Society Hosts Walk for Animals Cindy Wrezca’s first Walk for Animals was certainly memorable. She was sitting on a curb, chatting with friends, and waiting for the event to start, when her friend’s Scottish terrier...

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How To: Pick the Right Pet

As this issue already has a large feature about Spring Gardening, preempting my first idea for this article—How To Plant a Garden—we’re going to learn how to pick the right pet. Yes, there is a right and wrong kind of pet for...

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Big Gay News

National News FDA Reviewing Gay Blood Ban United Press International reports that the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is reviewing a policy that effectively prevents gay men from donating blood. In a statement, the agency...

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On the Townsend

Execution of Justice Through Apr. 24 Rarig Center, Univ. of Minn. 330 21st Ave. S., Mpls. (612) 624-2345 www.theatre.umn.edu Long before the film Milk, or gay-themed plays like Gross Indecency and The Laramie Project, Emily Mann...

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