May 23rd, 2013
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Coverboy Casey Jones - New York City
7 Days, 545 Miles, and 3 of them are ours!
San Francisco, CA — Just about two week from now is the 7-day, 545 mile bike ride from San Francisco to Los Angeles that raises money and awareness for the HIV and AIDS services of the L.A. Gay & Lesbian Center and the San Francisco AIDS Foundation. This marks the twelfth year for AIDS/LifeCycle and the nineteenth for the event overall, and during the week of June 2-8th, 2013, thousands of cyclists and volunteer roadies will come together to do something incredibly difficult, saving lives.
By Miguel Figueroa
Cyberspace — A conversation with documentary filmmaker Malcolm Ingram about 'Continental' (More)
Bay Area Celebrates Harvey Milk Day
By Matthew S. Bajko
San Francisco, CA — From book readings to movie screenings, the Bay Area is marking the annual Harvey Milk Day with a variety of events this year. (More)
Church of Scotland takes step to allow gay clergy
By Sylvia Hui (AP)
London, England — Senior members of the Church of Scotland voted Monday to let some congregations choose ministers who are in same-sex relationships — an important compromise that must still pass further hurdles before it can become church law. (More)
By Andy Towle
Cyberspace —Tyler Marcum filmed a video of himself doing an interpretive dance to the Dixie Chicks cover of "Landslide" ten years ago, when he was 20. Writes Marcum: "I turn 30 in a week and couldn't think of a better homage to my twenties than a sensible mashup." (More)
AB 332's Next Hearing Slated for Friday
By Lila Gray
Sacramento, CA — Assembly Bill 332 will be heard for a third time before the Assembly Appropriations Committee this Friday at the state Capitol. (More)
By Dan Allen
Cyberspace — With the American marriage equality train kicking into hyperdrive, it's worth remembering that the nation still lags behind much of the modern world when it comes to nuptial fairness. (More)
By Katie Peoples
Washington, DC — In a historic policy shift, the government-funded volunteer service organization will now consider committed same-sex couples married, offering joint placements, a benefit previously only available to opposite-sex spouses. (More)