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OF THE CHRONICLE - YEAR 2008

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December 19, 2008

1. Referendum looms over partner registry

2. Columbus TG equality law passes with few opponents

3. Fire damages café and shops near Tool Shed

4. Cleveland TG bill will move in January, says sponsor

5. Equal rights bill gets a hearing in Ohio House

December 5, 2008

1. Partner registry and TG rights bills approved

2. Columbus prepares to add gender identity protections

3. U. Toledo official, fired for anti-gay screed, sues school

4. Period Piece

November 30, 2008

1. Living with HIV in small-town Ohio

2. Thousands turn out to protest Proposition 8

3. Cleveland to add TG non-bias and partner registry

4. HIV doesn’t care if you’re on the ‘down low’ or not

5. Infections jump 45% among young Central Ohioans

6. The last of a dying breed

 

November 5, 2008

1. Marriage lost

2. Ohio seats go to gay and friendly candidates

3. Making campus gay-friendly is aim of new scholarship

 

October 24, 2008

1. Cleveland bids to host 2014 Gay Games

2. Piano concert, 'Laramie Project' top Out in Akron

3. 'Not So Straight Talk Express' rolls into Ohio

4. GOP runs gay-baiting ads in two Ohio House races

5. Beauty Reunited

 

October 10, 2008

1. New route pleases AIDS walkers

2. Citizen patrols, cameras proposed
in bar areas

3. Calif. marriage ban pulls ahead
in polls

4. Palin and Biden have same idea for full marriage: No

5. Up close and personal with Melissa Etheridge

6. Elton John talks about his place in LGBT history

 

September 26, 2008

1. Police seeking leads in pair of assaults

2. Barack Obama on DOMA, 'don't ask,' and torture

3. Ohio University student joins bus tour of anti-gay campuses

4. Dozens of volunteers coming to Ohio for political campaigns

5. TG woman wins Library of Congress job bias case

6. Proposition 8 foes ahead in poll, but behind in money race

7. All that Glitters is meh.

 

September 12, 2008

1. Robbers target gay man, beat him with ball bat

2. New next-of-kin registry lets partners be notified of accidents

3. Panelists work to include LGBT issues in ballot search

4. V.P. picks show much about candidates’ LGBT stands

5. School district includes LGBTs in anti-bully rules

6. Dayton film festival

August 29, 2008

1. 2,200 for 24

2. Seven out athletes win medals in Beijing

3. From podium to floor, 'we are everywhere' at Democratic Convention

4. 'Gay friendly' bar won't open in old Moda space

5. Stephanie Tubbs Jones was a friend to the community

6. Queens of Qomedy

August 15, 2008

1. Bar increases security after man is attacked

2. Little-known but influential group has Columbus conclave

3. Columbus man seeks to be Ohio's second out judge

4. 'We had a ball' at Black Gay and Proud weekend

5. Equality Ohio endorses six Statehouse candidates

6. Frank, Baldwin to have a new gay House colleague

7. Although law is repealed, HIV travel ban is still there

8. Dem convention has more LGBT delegates, better platform

9. Holy Boyz

August 1, 2008

1. Equality Ohio drops its opposition to sick leave act

2. Where's my Chronicle?

3. Enjoy a cruise, parties, and a picnic at Black Gay and Proud

4. Neighbor dispute turns ugly with anti-gay epithets

5. Cleveland Pride opens a permanent storefront office

6. 'Don’t ask' hearing evokes the law's 1993 creation

7. Shaken, stirred, whatever

July, 18, 2008

1. City forces TG woman to dress in men's room

2. Proposal tops garden party benefit

3. Singer Katie Reider dies after battle with rare tumor

4. Obama campaign is unclear on gays and faith-based funds

5. Body Language to be sold

6. Weekend helps activists sharpen election skills

7. Dancing on the square

8. Syphilis is back

9. Brothers playing brothers

July 4, 2008

1. Even with rain, Columbus Pride gets hotter

2. Cleveland and Columbus to swap Pride dates next year

3. 20 years of parades

4. Downpour makes drag game into Bat 'n' Rain

5. House holds first-ever hearing on anti-TG bias

6. A gay jihad

June 27, 2008

1. Cleveland Pride's 20th is a blast

2. Stars beat stars in diamond drag contest

3. Police arrest two in stabbing near Detroit Ave. bar

4. Marriage ban doesn't affect child custody, court rules

5. Strickland, Brown, Sibelius headline HRC dinner

6. Paper leans on marriage ban to refuse couple's engagement notice

7. Lush life

June 20, 2008

1. Two days, one Pride

2. 'I now pronounce you spouses for life'

3. Cities proclaim Pride month

4. Has discrimination hurt you?

5. Township pays officers $85,000 in anti-gay harassment suit

6. Patrons are well-groomed and happy at Pride benefit

7. Women in the woods

June 13, 2008

1. Weather can’t dampen the season’s first Pride event

2. First couple in California's 2004 marriages will say vows again on Monday

3. Two Ohio lawmakers join new LGBT Equality Caucus

4. With nomination cinched, Obama reaches out to LGBTs

5. Homeless youth outreach honored by educators' group

6. Two courts go in opposite directions on 'don't ask'

7. LGBT on the BBC

June 6, 2008 - Pride Guide

1. The flag of modern Pride celebrations has seen three decades of change

2. Dayton has a parade, festival, expo and dinner

3. Cincinnati has two full days of festivities and a parade

4. Cleveland Pride has three stages with dozens of artists

5. Columbus has a powerful month of Pride events

6. Ferron and Bitch make beautiful music together

May 30, 2008

1. Ohio lawmaker chastised for anti-gay missive

2. California weddings may begin in two weeks

3. Sam Nunn, no friend to gays, may top Obama's VP list

4. Alison Bechdel is halting ‘Dykes to Watch Out For

May 23, 2008

1. Citizens visit Ohio lawmakers to urge equality bill’s passage

2. Vigil remembers family and friends, urges more AIDS prevention

3. California marriage ruling echoes across the nation

4. Artist who died at home was not a victim of foul play

5. Hate crime is up 24% nationally, but not in Columbus

6. Man jailed for nonexistent gay sex crime moves on

7. Eleven LGBT delegates are off to the Democratic convention

8. The early days of the epidemic, seen from another perspective

May 16, 2008

1. Survey finds broad discrimination

2. University of Toledo fires personnel executive for anti-gay article

3. Bar-pickup rape may be one of many, BRAVO warns

4. Equality bill is a civil rights and business issue, senators are told

5. Naked boys singing…and dancing

May 9, 2008

1. Lucas bans job bias for county workers

2. Air Force colonel says 'don't ask' won't last

3. Neal loses Senate primary race in North Carolina

4. University of Toledo executive is suspended for anti-gay article

5. FBI raid on special counsel may stem from LGBT group

6. Councilor Santiago is challenged by newspaper stories

7. With over 200 works donated, Art for Life hopes to make history

May 2, 2008

1. Bursting at the seams

2. Spike invaders

3. Man's beating death is feared to be a hate crime

4. Mr. Leather movie.

April 25, 2008

1. ''Work on something that amazes you'

2. Odd Corner owner gives $2 million for Kent LGBT students

3. Performers wow the crowd at center's variety show

4. Gallery bash kicks off tournament weekend

5. Marriage ban back in court: Does it affect child custody?

6. Woman's lawsuit over 'lesbian' remark has ended

7. Araki's Smiley Face

April 18, 2008

1. Dignity confronts the pope during his U.S. visit

2. Diocese sues Ohio churches that left over gay bishop

3. Tests of HIV microbicides show promise, Pike says

4. Look! Up in the sky

 

April 11, 2008

1. Student ‘Day of Silence’ observance meets with opposition

2. Youth outreach program is feted on its first year

3. Artists from four cities join in youth troupe’s benefit show

4. Ailey II troupe brings dance pioneer’s legacy to Columbus

April 4, 2008

1. Governor tells HRC: Ohio should be welcoming

2. Solmonese: HRC may let TGs be dropped from ENDA again

3. Franklin adds job bias protection for county workers

4. Eight honored by Equality Toledo for fairness work

5. Equality bill will help Ohio's economy, Miller tells panel

6. Naked boys singing

March 28, 2008

1. U.S. urged to act against 'shocking' abuse overseas

2. There’s more to humanity than just gay and straight

3. Florida activist, from Mansfield, killed in murder-suicide

4. Jail sentence reversed for foster mom who kept girl

5. Queer as a Three-movie bill

March 20, 2008

1. Former librarian sues OSU Mansfield over anti-gay book

2.The community had a friend in Howard Metzenbaum

3. Iranian teen fears the gallows if he is sent home

4. Equal rights bill makes a move in the Ohio Senate

5. DOMA gap leaves former center director uncovered

6. Jeanette Bayardelle stays healthy for the ‘Color Purple’ lead

March 14, 2008

1. Ohio lawmakers ponder LGBT equality bill

2. West Virginia equal rights bill dies as session ends

3. Congress moves to repeal HIV+ travel ban

4. Sean Johnson wins new Mr. Rubber Cleveland title

5. Tim Miller's life on the road

March 7, 2008

1. Goodwin loses his House bid

2. Oxford is the 15th Ohio town to pass an LGBT rights measure

3. California top court seems divided on marriage case

4. Candy apple gay

February 29, 2008

1. Clinton sticks with civil unions after N.J. report

2. Worries of fair-weather support are revealed at town hall

3. Obama denounces Farrakhan remarks

4. Ohio groups endorse in House and local races

5. BRAVO supporters enjoy nine mystery dinners

6. Queer cinema

February 22, 2008

1. Teen charged with hate crime

2. New hall, more talent make Variety Show a fun evening

3. Civil unions don't work, says New Jersey panel

4. Coming out on the diamond

February 15, 2008

1. Julian Bond: Gay rights are civil rights

2. We need an ACT UP for LGBT rights, Foreman says

3. Kim Welter moves to Equality Ohio as two others depart

4. On the medium low

February 8, 2008

1. New York must recognize a Canadian marriage, court says

2. Sparks fly from the campfire

3. Guide for LBGT support sent to every high school in Ohio

5. Kiki and Herb

February 1, 2008

1. Justin Nelson seeks Perry County commission seat

2. An evening with friends raises $20,000

3. Wiseman's challenger drops out after flap over comment

4. Transgender concerns ease on Real ID rules, just a bit

5. Guiding the imagination

January 25, 2008

1. The L word enters Wiseman’s judicial race

2. Ohio may still play a role in the primary contests

3. Ohio same-sex pairs are more diverse; a quarter have children

4. The madness of greed

January 18, 2008

1. New strain of resistant bacteria hits gay men

2. Now, eight LGBT delegates may represent Ohio in Denver

3. The Kite Runner, soaring above the battle

January 11, 2008

1. Gay issues are part of the New Hampshire primary atmosphere

2. Ohio caucuses may send four LGBT delegates to Denver

3. Ohio's first lesbian judge faces a primary challenger

4. State GOP leaders plan to meet with LGBT voters

5. Avenue Q

January 4, 2008

1.Former Stonewall Democrats head runs for Congress

2. Equality Toledo director Kim Welter resigns

3. Judge puts Oregon domestic partner law on hold

4. The L Word is laughter.

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