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Students excused for skipping gay day

BOONE — More than a third of the 1,500 students enrolled in Watauga High School were absent April 25, the day set aside for the National Day of Silence. Under the direction of Watauga County Schools Superintendent Dr. Bobbie Short, all of them received excused absences. On the other hand, LGBT and allied students who […]

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LGBT advocacy day dawns in the U.S.

An anti-homophobia awareness day begun in Canada is making its way across the border into America. The International Day Against Homophobia (IDAHO), a project of the Fondation Émergence, a Canadian LGBT foundation, is set for May 17. The day received a promotional boost recently when Parents, Families and Friends (PFLAG) pointed its blog readers and […]

Posted inArts & Culture, Para Todos

Voces: Política

La economía Norteamericana está en un hilo sumamente fino entre una recesión, y por ende, la posibilidad de una depresión. El Euro vale $1.56 lo cual impide, para los que quieren viajar, mirar hacia Europa. Si a ésto sumamos el precio de la gasolina, y el decaimiento del mercado hipotecario donde cientos de personas no […]

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Fab travel, without the cost

The cost to go on vacation seems to be doing nothing but rising these days. Set against a landscape of rising oil prices and the weakened state of the American dollar, travelers all too frequently have to reach for their already burdened wallets. “While it’s true that many people are concerned about the economy, we […]

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Push for DADT repeal gains muscle

WASHINGTON, D.C. — The battle over a possible repeal of the military’s “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” (DADT) policy is heating up on Capitol Hill. During the first weekend of May, two Navy admirals, one retired and one the current chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, spoke out on the issue of repealing the 1993 […]

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