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Editors Letter March 2011
February 07 2011 4:00 AM ET

Editor's Letter

Jon Barrett

Jon Barrett considers not being so quick to condemn, especially when staying open-minded can lead to a conversation with the "moveable middle."

Imperfect Paradise
January 12 2011 4:00 AM ET

Imperfect Paradise

Advocate Contributors

Even with all its problems, Mexico’s capital — the largest city in the world where gay marriage is recognized — is worth a trip south of the border.

I Advocate Murray Hill
January 11 2011 4:00 AM ET

I Advocate...Murray Hill

Advocate Contributors

Here’s what Murray Hill, popular New York–based comedian and entertainer, is passionate about this month.

Promises, Promises
January 11 2011 4:00 AM ET

Promises, Promises

Mark Strong

The ball has dropped, and the champagne bottle is empty. It’s the beginning of a new year—clean slate time! New York–based life coach Mark Strong has a few tips to help you keep those goals past Valentine’s Day — for the next 365 days and beyond.

Touch Sensitive
January 11 2011 4:00 AM ET

Touch Sensitive

Eric Mueller

Gay website coder Eric Mueller picks his desert island iPad apps, plus a wintry fix for your touch-screen device

Best Bang for Your Buck
January 11 2011 4:00 AM ET

Best Bang for Your Buck

Madison Hildebrand

Million Dollar Listing’s agent Madison Hildebrand compares two great finds in Chicago and Los Angeles.

Cheep Fares
January 11 2011 4:00 AM ET

Cheep Fares

Duane Wells

The well-traveled Duane Wells identifies airlines’ Tweetest deals; plus wine peace of mind.

In Plain Sight
January 11 2011 4:00 AM ET

In Plain Sight

Advocate Contributors

It’s a straight man, art critic Blake Gopnik, who has come to the defense of “Hide/Seek,” the Smithsonian’s gay-themed exhibit.

And Then There Were Four
January 11 2011 4:00 AM ET

And Then There Were Four

Advocate Contributors

The freshman class of the 112th Congress includes Rhode Island’s David Cicilline, the fourth openly gay sitting representative.

Platos Retreat
January 10 2011 4:00 AM ET

Plato's Retreat

Jeremy Kinser

The truth about actor Sal Mineo, as famous for his notorious murder as for his film performances, is revealed in an intimate new biography.

Mysterious Skins
January 10 2011 4:00 AM ET

Mysterious

Advocate Contributors

The U.S. version of Skins is a mostly faithful remake of the groundbreaking British series — except for the gender switch of its gay character. Creator Bryan Elsley reveals what’s behind the decision.

Editors Letter February 2011
January 10 2011 4:00 AM ET

Editor's Letter

Jon Barrett

In the face of possible gridlock on Capitol Hill, sometimes the best strategy is to make change happen where you can.

Madam Secretary
January 10 2011 4:00 AM ET

Madame Secretary

Kerry Eleveld

“Gay rights are human rights.” With that declaration — and the team she has assembled at the State Department — Hillary Rodham Clinton has elevated the dialogue on LGBT rights around the globe.

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