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Santa Gets a Lawyer Before Invading Gay Manhattan Neighborhood

| By Bobby McGuire | Thursday Dec 11, 2014
In anticipation of being unwelcomed this weekend by residents of Manhattan's gay Hell's Kitchen, organizers of SantaCon have hired a noted civil rights attorney.

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VIDEO: Diminutive Diva's Dance Party Goes Viral

| By Bobby McGuire | Dec 8
We dare you not to smile when watching this viral video sensation get a subway platform full of jaded Brooklyn hipsters to dance along with her.

Michigan May Soon Get 'License to Discriminate'

| By Winnie McCroy | Dec 8
The state of Michigan may soon write discrimination into law with the Religious Freedom Restoration Act, legislation that would allow those with deeply held religious beliefs to discriminate against those who don't share those beliefs.

NYC to Allow Trans Citizens to Change Gender on Birth Certificates Without Surgery

| By EDGE | Dec 8
The rights of transgender New Yorkers took a big step forward Monday when the New York City Council passed a bill allowing them to change the gender on their birth certificates without sex change surgery.

'Winter Rendezvous,' Gay Ski Week Stowe, VT

| By EDGE | Dec 5
The largest and longest-running gay and lesbian ski event on the east coast, attracting hundreds of LGBTQ skiers and riders to Stowe, Vermont each year, offers a diverse lineup of activities, parties and entertainment.

Apple CEO Lends Name to Alabama's Anti-Gay Discrimination Bill

| By Winnie McCroy | Dec 5
Apple CEO Tim Cook -- the first CEO of a Fortune 500 company to come out as gay, in October -- has lent his support and his name to an anti-gay workplace discrimination bill in his home state of Alabama.

Patriots Owner Pledges $100K to LGBTQ Youth Leadership

| By EDGE | Dec 3
The Boston Alliance of LGBTQ Youth has teamed up with Robert Kraft, owner of the New England Patriots, who has pledged to match up to $100,000 of new or increased funding that BAGLY receives in response to his call to action.

NY Dinner Puts Wealthy and Homeless at Same Tables

| By Larry Neumeister | Nov 29
Some well-off Manhattan residents paid $100 Friday for the honor of eating a candlelit holiday dinner with homeless people at a church, an intersection of two worlds that left one down-on-his luck man thinking the seemingly impossible.

An Evening of Love Songs to Benefit Fenway Health

| By EDGE | Nov 26
Boston based, professional singers are coming together to present an evening of music to raise funds for the Fenway Health Center.

Rhode Island HIV Prevention Coalition Observes World AIDS Day

| By Winnie McCroy | Nov 26
At noon on Monday, December 1 in the stateroom on Capitol Hill, Rhode Island dignitaries come together to remember people lost to HIV/AIDS, as well as those infected and affected by the epidemic.

City's 'Ugly" Christmas Tree Prompts Public Outcry

| Nov 23
A Christmas tree that might make Charlie Brown think twice is getting kicked to the curb a little early after residents of a Pennsylvania town complained it was too ugly.

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