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It's a Bash
Four years of high school is a distinctly different experience if you happen to be a young gay or lesbian. Your curriculum can involve threats and hostile looks. It's an education in taunts and a lesson in humiliation.
How David Cowles became a mere morsel for a deadly, flesh-eating bacterium.
Dress for Success?
Hot-headed young man or cranky old guy?
Best Of Guides - If you want to get the full flavor of local
politics in a number of cities, check out the Best Of guides from
our contributors. Not only do these yearly issues contain information
about a town's "Best Chinese Restaurant" or "Best
Park," they're also full of telling, boastful, and sometimes
just plain vicious details about local politics and celebrities.
Examples might include "Best Idiotic Soundbite by a Local
Spokesman" or "Best Reason to Vote 'None of the Above'
in the Gubernatorial Election." Find out for yourself -
especially if the newspaper represents a town you plan to visit.