Holly Needs a Home

I am trying to find a foster home for Holly or a permanent home. She was found in my neighborhood and I wasn't able to find her previous owners.

We had her cleaned up and in foster care until we placed her with a family with a four-year-old son. She is a German Shepherd mix and she bonded well with her new family.

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Openly Gay British Powerlifter Takes Powerlifting Deadlift Gold in MoscowChris Moore

Chris Morgan has successfully defended his world deadlift gold medal at the 2010 WDFPF World Single Event Championships in Moscow, Russia. Morgan is also the Gay Games defending Powerlifting champion and Federation of Gay Games Ambassador.

Representing Great Britain, Chris won the World Open Deadlift Title in the 82.5kg weight class with lifts of 210kg, 240kg and 250kg to clinch the World Drug-Free Powerlifting Championship, held April 23-25 in the Istrinsky district of Moscow.

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Washington Blade to Return this WeekWB

Washington, D.C., April 26, 2010

The Washington Blade, the award-winning, 40-year-old newspaper of record for the LGBTQ community, will return to newsstands Friday, April 30, after its former parent company filed for bankruptcy and shuttered the paper in November 2009.

Since then, former Blade staff members have produced a new print and online publication each week under the name DC Agenda, owned by Brown Naff Pitts Omnimedia, Inc., which was founded by publisher Lynne Brown, editor Kevin Naff, sales executive Brian Pitts and other former Blade employees.

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Gay Character Moves to Riverdale High Kevin Keller

A new page is turning on Riverdale High, home of Archie Comics famous students Archie, Betty, Veronica, Reggie and Jughead, it is about to welcome a new classmate this fall.

On September 1, Kevin Keller, Archie Comics' first openly gay character, will be welcomed into the town of Riverdale.

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Trevor Project Honored by the American Association of SuicidologyThe Trevor Project

The Trevor Project, the leading national organization focused on crisis and suicide prevention efforts among lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning (LGBTQ) youth, has been presented with the Crisis Center Excellence Award from the American Association of Suicidology (AAS)..

The Crisis Center Excellence Award is presented to one organization each year to recognize outstanding service in the face of extraordinary circumstances, or for service to the community through an innovative and creative program. The Award was presented at the 43rd Annual AAS Conference in Orlando, on Tuesday, April 22, 2010.

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