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Thursday, May 13, 2010 - Wednesday, May 19, 2010

Feature Story[title of interview]Art imitates life for gay and straight twin brothers at Signature Theatre
NewsFour Years Later, a BeginningTrial begins in Robert Wone murder case with opening statements and emotional testimony from his widow
NewsSouder's SwansongAnti-gay Indiana Rep. Mark Souder announces resignation following affair with staffer
NewsLine in the SandYouTube Ke$ha parody amuses some, offends others, with the ''Don't Ask, Don't Tell'' policy and its possible end as the backdrop
NewsMason Leaving Capital PrideExecutive director of annual LGBT festival making West Coast move for Ph.D.
NewsActivist AttackedLGBT youth activist and SMYAL employee Tyrone Hanley violently attacked and robbed at 17th and P
NewsNo Trial by JuryDefendants in Robert Wone trial waive right to trial by jury; case will be decided by judge
NewsImmigration Claim CounteredScrutiny meets evangelical group's claim that Schumer says gays to be dumped from immigration reform
NewsGLOV Urges CautionThree held without bond in Betts case
NewsCommunity CallONAP opens the lines for community input on HIV/AIDS
ArtReassembled LivesIn his solo exhibit at Long View Gallery, mixed-media artist Mike Weber shows a fascination with ''lost lives.''
FilmBig-Screen CrimeWith this disappointingly dull Robin Hood, it's not the rich who suffer -- it's the audiences
MusicWhistling DixieA trio reduced to a duo, Court Yard Hounds pack a punch, while Pulse finds Toni Braxton chasing another hit album
StageFeast and FamineTheater J's Mikvah is familiar and wonderful, while Constellation's attempt to mount an epic is an epic fail
StageExplosive FinaleIn her final directing credit at Studio Theatre, Joy Zinoman leaves us with a powerful, lasting impression
ClublifeCop HopRemington's, EFN and Nellie's host events this weekend for gays and lesbians in uniform -- and those who love them
OpinionBeyond ScandalousThe Rekers scandal once more highlights our national hypocrisy about sex workers
OpinionLost LuggageThe ''closet'' -- whether internal or external -- has no place in contemporary society
OpinionVolunteers for LifeThe search for an HIV/AIDS vaccine depends on volunteers
HoroscopeHoroscopeMay 13-19, 2010
VideoMeet the Next Generation [video]Metro Weekly honors activists and artists with the second annual Next Generation Awards
Snapshots Capital Pride Kick-Off Party The Madison Hotel Ward Morrison
Snapshots Madonnarama Town Danceboutique Ward Morrison
Snapshots Betty White Party 18th & U Duplex Diner Ward Morrison
Snapshots Crazy Tuesday Majestic Nightclub Ward Morrison

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