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Posted inArts & Culture

Queer as a three dollar bill

It’s at the top of the list of things about which couples fight. Matters certainly aren’t made better when considering gay and lesbian couples face even more challenges. Indeed, finding a system for managing money that works for both individuals can help couples achieve both financial and personal harmony, no matter the financial and legal […]

Posted inArts & Culture

Now’s the time for Summer

Like most Americans, I love a good comeback. When Rocky pummels Ivan Drago in the last round, I’m throwing haymakers right there with him. When Jimmy Chitwood sinks the last-second jumper to defeat South Bend Central, I’m swishing the net from my La-Z-Boy. In similar fashion, for the last few weeks I’ve been enjoying the […]

Posted inNews

RuPaul to headline SC Pride

SC Pride has announced nationally-recognized drag entertainer RuPaul will be their headline entertainer for their Sept. 20, 2008 SC Pride festival in Columbia. RuPaul, a diva of the stage and screen, has a career spanning 30 years, from her hit TV show on VH1 “The RuPaul Show” to her upcoming LOGO TV series “RuPaul’s Drag […]

Posted inLocal

Center announces local Pride

MYRTLE BEACH — After 10 years in absence, a local Pride festival is returning to the Grand Strand. The Center Project, which opened at 307 Highway 15 in June 2006, has announced it will hold a local Pride festival. The all-day, outdoor event will take place 11 a.m.-5 p.m., Sat., July 12 at the Historic […]

Posted inNational

Sen. Kennedy battling brain tumor

BOSTON, Mass. — On May 20, physicians at Massachusetts General Hospital announced that U.S. Sen. Edward Kennedy (D-MA, pictured) had been diagnosed with a malignant brain tumor. Kennedy, 76, was hospitalized the preceding weekend after suffering a seizure at his family’s compound in Hyannisport, Mass. Kennedy has served in the U.S. Senate since 1962 and […]

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