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OF THE CHRONICLE - YEAR 2012

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December 28, 2012

1. Two bars to close as West 29th Street building is sold

2. Driver gets 15 years for Dancin’ crash that killed two

3. Flex owner Charles Fleck dies at age 73

4. Court upholds firing of U. Toledo exec for anti-gay op-ed

5.News Briefs Illinois may be the next state with full marriage

6.Evenings Out Mother’s milk

December 14, 2012

1. Supreme Court will consider two marriage cases

2. For the first time, Toledo mayor attends Gayla dinner

3. Two opposite rulings on California’s law banning ‘change’ therapy

4. News Briefs Anti-gay bias is a serious problem, say most in poll

5.Evenings Out All booked for the holidays

November 30, 2012

1. Cleveland LGBT Center will stay put

2. Equality Ohio names Elyzabeth Holford as new executive director

3. Liberation United Church of Christ to close it doors

4. News Briefs U.S. diplomats urge Uganda to reject ‘kill gays’ bill

5.Evenings Out New for World AIDS Day: Science fiction, an MTV special, and Keith Haring

November 14, 2012

1. A complete sweep: Wins in all 4 state marriage issues on the ballot

2. Ohio now has two out state lawmakers

3. Baldwin wins Senate seat, six others head to House

4. News Briefs Obama ‘absolutely delighted’ with state marriage wins

5.Evenings Out Subset of a subset

November 2. 2012

1. What to look for on Election Night

2. DOMA ruling has a twist: Higher scrutiny for gay laws

3. TG veteran to direct pair of newly-joined military groups

4. Gallup poll finds 12 million Americans are L,G,B, or T

5.News Briefs Two cousins acquitted of the first hate crime charges under Shepard-Boyd act

6.LGBT History Month Barbra Casbar Siperstein: Breaking ground in New Jersey and nationally

October 19, 2012

1. Poll shows 52% of Ohioans back marriage

2. City honors six people for LGBT community work

3. This election may finally bring a win for marriage

4. News Briefs There are now a record number of out characters on TV

5.Evenings Out Ruth Ellis: Age knew no boundse are now a record number of out characters on TV

October 5, 2012

1.United Way of Cleveland drops Boy Scouts over gay ban

2. A bit of the Big Easy comes to the shores of Lake Erie

3. Same-sex couples granted deportation protection

4. News Briefs Supreme Court likely to hear two marriage cases

5.Evenings Out The dawn of AIDS, as seen by its most angry prophet

6.LGBT History Month Kay Lahusen: The woman behind the lens

September 21, 2012

1.One year after DADT

2. Dancin’ benefit raises $3,800 for crash victims

3. North Coast Softball may drop three-player rule

4. ‘Straight for Equality’ launched at P-FLAG conference

5.News Briefs ‘They won’t magically turn you into a lustful cockmonster’

6.Evenings Out A double dose of funny hits the Improv

September 7, 2012

1.Man confesses to setting gay-friendly church on fire

2. A president and a queen address the HRC Cleveland gala

3. Police urged to look at hate crime in TG woman’s murder

4. Columbus opens Ohio’s seventh domestic partner registry

5.News Briefs California passes nation’s first ban on ‘cure’ therapy

6.Evenings Out The personal is political

August 24, 2012

1.Arson fire destroys southern Ohio LGBT church

2. Toledo mayor leads Pride parade on a motorcycle

3. Driver in Dancin’ crash indicted on 7 charges

4. Shooting at anti-gay group leads to accusations about hate

5.Vermont mom files RICO suit against anti-gay groups

6.News Briefs Former student leader wins $4.5 million defamation suit

7.Evenings Out Tribute to Nina Simone shows a love that burns unabated

August 10, 2012

1.Tragedy strikes Dancin’ as drunk driver kills 2 people

2. Dozens turn out for kiss-ins at Ohio chicken eateries

3. Columbus passes domestic partner registry

4. News Briefs Marriage would bring $165 million to Ohio, study finds

5.Evenings Out Down in the dirt

July 27, 2012

1.20 out athletes compete in Olympics

2. Clinton says ‘an AIDS-free generation’ can be reality

3. Mandel vows to fight marriage equality in Senate

4. Henson drops Chick-fil-A over anti-marriage stance

5.Columbus partner registry gets a hearing this week

6.News Briefs Psychiatric manual to drop ‘gender identity disorder’

7.Evenings Out Gay characters abound in mainstream comics

July 13, 2012

1.Youngstown Pride comes back in full force

2. ‘No pants in jail’ false-arrest suit moves forward

3. Downstate clerks will defend Illinois marriage ban

4. News Briefs Barney Frank becomes first out House member to marry

5.Evenings Out Many artists enrich these two new volumes

June 29, 2012

1.Ed Mullen resigns Equality Ohio after Pride Day arrest

2. Sunny days make Pride festivals grow

3. GIFT bowling tournament grows to fill new lanes

4. CLAW donates a record $55,000 to 17 groups

5.Toledo passes partner benefits for city workers

6.Ex-boyfriend is held in murder of Akron woman

7.News Briefs Computer pioneer Alan Turing didn’t commit suicide, professor says

8.Evenings Out Codependent lesbian space alien seeks same

June 15, 2012

1.Columbus may get registry; Toledo benefits on hold

2. Cleveland Pride steps out to embrace our diversity

3. Columbus celebrates allies and equality for two days

4. Cincinnati’s grand marshals have changed their city

5.Cincinnati’s grand marshals have changed their city

6.Youngstown Pride celebrates Mahoning Valley diversity

7.Evenings Out Noir lighting, cheap sets, action

June 1, 2012

1.NAACP votes to support marriage equality

2. Top court dismisses suit against marriage initiative

3. Body Language sold to owner of Southern LGBT stores

4. News Briefs Support for marriage rises after president backs it

5.Evenings Out Stepping outside the boundaries

May 18, 2012

1.The loud clash over same-sex marriage

2. Dayton, Cincinnati approve domestic partnership measures

3. North Carolina voters pass marraige ban

4. Senate approves federal domestic partner benefits

5.News Briefs District proposes pro-gay t-shirt settlement

6.Evenings Out Delusions with wolves

May 4, 2012

1.Three Ohio cities look at partner measures

2. CLAW’s weekend of fun continues to grow

3. DeWine asks top court to toss marriage petition suit

4. Job bias laws protect TG people, says U.S. agency

5.Den mother kicked out of Boy Scouts for being gay

6.News Briefs WMMS host Dieter apologizes for ‘screw’ comment

7.Evenings Out Kathleen Turner is a perfect mom again, in this marvelous comedy

April 20, 2012

1.Cleveland LGBT Center hires Phyllis Harris as new director

2. School allows T-shirt, but only on the Day of Silence

3. Stark diversity group hires new executive director

4. Marriage initiative summit canceled after backers pull out

5.Suit challenges marriage ban repeal’s petition text

6.Man shoots his partner in domestic violence incident

7.News Briefs Obama won’t sign ‘contractor ENDA’ executive order

8.Evenings Out An odd, French take on the serial killer drama

April 6, 2012

1.I do

2. Ohio LGBT equality bill gets a hearing in the House

3. National Freedom to Marry will not back Ohio effort

4. Anti-gay bus tour to be opposed at most Ohio stops

5.Coleman not picked for Medina council; but he may run

6.Marriage is banned, but Ohio judge divorces men

7.Student sues school for banning pro-gay T-shirt

8.NOM in hot water for memos on pitting gays vs. blacks

9.News Briefs Transgender student sues Miami U. over dorm RA placement

10.Evenings Out A ballad for the ages and Shondes

March 23, 2012

1.Ohio marriage petition drive moves forward

2. Cuyahoga Falls park board won’t let gays have couple rate

3. Stow mayor criticized for signing marriage statement

4. Former Equality Ohio staffer seeks Medina council post

5.News Briefs Death squads in Iraq kill 90 teens for Emo attire

6.Evenings Out Queering the pitch

March 9, 2012

1.Equality Ohio cautious on marriage measure

2. Activists from across Ohio gather at summit

3. Springfield LGBT equality ordinance fails, 3 to 2

4. Helmink loses Ohio House run; Kurt and Brown win

5.Maryland governor signs marriage equality law

6.News Briefs: Schools settle bullying suit after Justice Dept. steps in

7.Evenings Out Film festival’s LGBT features have a strong domestic showing

Febraury 24, 2012

1.Petitions would bring marriage to Ohio

2. Cuyahoga council passes domestic partner benefits

3. Lake County candidate sees ‘the need in my community’

4. Kaptur and Kucinich differ on marriage equality

5.Top officials initiate White House LGBT health forum

6.Full marriage bills advance in three states

7.News Briefs: Arizona sheriff and Romney co-chair is outed by his ex

8.Evenings Out Something old and something new

February 10, 2012

1.‘F--s don’t get to wear pants to jail’

2. Four youths charged in beating at rapid stop

3. Eight Ohio mayors have joined marriage group

4. Cincinnati ready to pass city worker partner benefits

5.Cuyahoga Falls denies family swim pass to couple

6.Appeals court rules Proposition 8 unconstitutional

7.Washington lawmakers pass full marriage bill

8.News Briefs: Obama may extend job bias rules to federal contractors

9. Evenings Out: The lily and A satirical trip through history

January 27, 2012

1.Three states may pass marriage bills

2. Center likely to remain in Cleveland, but may be smaller

3. Three Ohio mayors join effort for marriage equality

4. Cuyahoga panel seeks to define ‘domestic partner’

5.News Briefs: Canada reassures couples: Marriages still valid here

6. Evenings Out: Let me show you the world on 45s

January 13, 2012

1.Panel drops LGBTs from Ohio bully bill

2. Man and officer hit by car after police stop couple

3. Candidates take jabs at marriag in New Hampshire

4.News Briefs: Study finds zero child abuse among lesbian parents

5. Evenings Out: Tasty dishes from the grave

 

 

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