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Gay For Pay Hottie Robert Van Damme in Czech Prison

By David-Elijah Nahmod | Feb 1
Muscular porn hottie Robert Van Damme won't be going before the camera any time soon. The allegedly gay for pay superstar's checkered legal history finally landed him behind bars.

'Me And Earl and the Dying Girl' Sweeps Sundance Awards

By Lindsey Bahr | Feb 1
Sundance breakout "Me and Earl and the Dying Girl," a quirky, heartfelt story about a pair of high school film lovers who befriend a girl with cancer, won both the U.S. dramatic audience award and the grand jury prize at the 31st Sundance Film Festival aw

Japan Mourns Kenji Goto as Caring and Courageous Reporter

By Yuri Kageyama | Feb 1
Whether in tsunami-stricken northeastern Japan or conflict-ridden Sierra Leone, the stories of the vulnerable, the children and the poor drove the work of journalist Kenji Goto.

"Drink of the Devil" Now Produced Legally in W. Virginia

By John Raby | Feb 1
After generations of bootlegging, direct descendants of the Hatfields have teamed up with the McCoy name to produce legal moonshine in southern West Virginia with the state's blessing.

Marriage Equality Expected to Boost Florida Economy

By Christiana Lilly | Feb 1
Just six days into 2015, the year proved to be a landmark one for the LGBT community -- and good news for Florida's economy.

Hagel's Departure Nears; No Review Ordered of Military's Transgender Ban

By Justin Snow | Feb 1
The latest comments from outgoing Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel on the military's ban on transgender service have spurred renewed calls for Hagel to act on a review of the ban before leaving office.

Selfie Expression :: Studio Gallery Explores Self-Portraiture

By Doug Rule | Feb 1
Painters have long created self-portraits to present themselves to the world, but the advent of selfies inspired curator Thomas Drymon to survey the works with fresh eyes.

Distant Memories of South of Market

By Sura Wood | Feb 1
"Janet Delaney: South of Market," now on show at the de Young Museum, is a photographic essay that documents the city's brush with redevelopment, gentrification, the wages of progress, and their casualties in the late 1970s and early 1980s.

An Oasis of Civilization

By Michal Flanagan | Feb 1
It started its life as the Polly Ann Restaurant. When it became the Covered Wagon in 1968 and turned gay, it was still a restaurant, but it evolved into a bar that held private parties for the mysteriously named "Longhorn Club."

Where It All Began :: SF's Imperial Court Celebrates Its Golden Anniversary

By Matthew S. Bajko | Feb 1
It began as a platform to foster gay pride during a time when homosexuality was still classified as a mental disorder. Over time it grew into a major fundraising vehicle for a vast array of causes.

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