In an online discussion forum, a respected activist recently lamented the decentralization of gay community advocacy. He made a powerful case that we would be better off if our efforts were more regimented and unified.
This holiday season, when you throw a direct mail appeal from a gay organization in the trash, you might just be trashing that group’s future.
Few people at the three Proposition 8 protest rallies I attended – two in New York and one in Chicago – were familiar.
The last few weeks have shown that so-called pro-family organizations are some of the most useless, money-sucking scams in the world. With real families suffering from economic hardship in America, a declining birthrate in Europe and Google doubling the price of daycare for employees, the only thing right wing family […]
A new battle is looming in the sacred halls of the Arlington County Board.
A scarcely-known resource provided to the City of Falls Church by the Virginia State Legislature in 2005 drew keen interest Tuesday as leaders of five area arts organizations addressed the monthly luncheon of the Falls Church Chamber of Commerce.
School and Community Teams, Skaters of All Skills and Ages Take Advantage of Area’s Newest RinkDuring the original formative stages of the Kettler Capitals Ice Rink, developers intended on designing a building in Ballston that would serve as a first-rate practice facility for D.C.’s NHL franchise, the Washington Capitals.
Last week, I wrote about Warren “Dr. Blog” Throckmorton an unlicensed psychologist from a small Christian school in Pennsylvania. He has written no books, produced no noteworthy studies and his main claim to fame is his online diary, where he kvetches about real researchers who have actually stepped foot in […]
Smithsonian Kite Festival, March 31 at 10 a.m. at the Washington Monument
So Long, Old Friend I was saddened to learn that Delegate Vince Callahan announced that he has decided not to run for re-election.