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Articles from The Advocate (The national gay & lesbian newsmagazine) (January 17, 2006)

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2006 know where you're going? Let us help you have navigate the hot new dimensions, ideas, and choices peeking over the gay and lesbian travel horizon in the new year. The more you know, the sooner you can slip into your own postcard-perfect slice of paradise. Frei, Darren Calendar 1872
A brand new bag. Brief Article 108
A broadway star's travel nightmare. Graham, Adam H. Brief Article 260
A lifesaving cocktail. Romesburg, Don Brief Article 158
Annie Lennox. Reighley, Kurt B. Interview 487
Beirut unexpected: once known as the Paris of the Middle East, this seaside city fell into chaos during Lebanon's prolonged civil war. Years later the Arab world's most gay-friendly metropolis glitters anew. Smith, Lee 1996
Berendt Does Venice: in his second unsinkable best seller. Out author John Berendt mines the depths of a famously sinking city. Limsky, Drew Interview 907
By George. Ohlman, Scott Letter to the Editor 552
Cabin fever. Freehling, Bryan Letter to the Editor 540
Canine carry-ons. Buyers Guide 208
Cocktail all in one: ten years after the introduction of the AIDS cocktail, many lives have been saved, but some problems still persist. Will a new one-a-day AIDS pill help? Kuhr, Fred 820
Crucial lessons from Maine: Gay and lesbian activists in Maine waged a successful battle in 2005 to stop discrimination. Their win was a combination of good planning and changing times. Kuhr, Fred 1023
Destination station. Directory 1897
Doggy bag. Brief Article 136
Everygay people. Vilanch, Bruce 562
Father, forgive him. Sullivan, Andrew 622
Fighting for fairness. Marco, Tony 524
First female pilot. Letter to the Editor 194
Ford pulls a fast one: under threat of a boycott, the car company says it will no longer advertise some brands in the gay media. Graham, Chad 412
Friend or foe? New year's edition. David, Jim 345
Future gay hero: Ryan Olson. Broverman, Neal Brief Article 133
Gag reflex: gays have been on multiplex screens plenty lately--but usually just so they can creep out the straight guys. White, Dave 869
Gay cowboys on film. Duralde, Alonso Brief Article 178
Gay sports calendar shifts. Brief Article 225
Gay theme OK, but no casual sex. Brief Article 203
Go undercover. Hamburger, Aaron Brief Article 102
Good neighbors: how a young gay Texan and his dad reunited thanks to Welcome to the Neighborhood, ABCs canceled reality show. Martin, Debi 1324
Guidebook in a box. 135
Have Meds, Will Travel Traveling with meds has always been a challenge for HIVers, but things got a bit easier in October when the FDA approved a tablet form of the protease inhibitor Kaletra, making one of the world's most commonly prescribed protease inhibitors travel-ready. Brief Article 97
Hearty Boys. Brief Article 151
His favorite year: an exhausting, exciting year for Nathan Lane involves Sondheim, London's West End, injuries, Terrence McNally, Broadway's sold-out Odd Couple, and a little movie called The Producers. Giltz, Michael Interview 1635
Hot hot Heath: Heath Ledger's career has caught fire with Brokeback Mountain. In a gay-media exclusive, he talks about making his acting debut with a gay role on TV and about going the distance with Jake Gyllenhaal. Duralde, Alonso Interview 3789
In memoriam. Obituary 269
Jimmy Carter. Kennedy, Sean Interview 581
Lake Tahoe ski trip. Hobbs, John 1082
Make time fly at 35,000 feet. Brief Article 170
Mary, Mary. Kilhefner, Don Letter to the Editor 286
Maybe this time: these cool new gadgets will help you keep your New Year's resolutions and keep you stylish. Lopez, Vincent Buyers Guide 200
More Mr. Nice Guy. Johnston, Janice Brief Article 105
Moscow souvenirs. Brief Article 87
Now boarding. Erickson, Bryan 442
Nuggets & bites. Brief Article 330
Outspoken: Gabriel Leitner. Column 359
Overhead and out of mind. Graham, Adam H. Brief Article 81
Palermo, Sicily. Brief Article 98
Personality plus. Weil, Daniel Brief Article 120
Puerto Rico's out side. Ramos, Albert Letter to the Editor 130
Queer year at the B.0. Ferber, Lawrence Brief Article 194
Refueling station. Brief Article 129
Secret Thailand. Coble, Jack 388
Singing her own tune: Lesley Gore is on her second run of celebrity--from the "It's My Party" songbird of the '60s to the out singer-songwriter of 2005's quietly haunting indie CD Ever Since. Giltz, Michael 1337
Ski weekend! Brief Article 301
Speak for yourself. Dhuey, Steven Letter to the Editor 92
Spin the bottle: uncorking the wines and wineries that are going after your rose dollar. Simon, Jordan Directory 810
Store info. Directory 304
Stowaway. Klein, Marty Letter to the Editor 82
Sydney's American invasion. Hess, Skot Brief Article 115
Tag talk. 89
Tall tale. Brief Article 91
Tea party saved. Demerjian, Dave Brief Article 194
The 2006 gay agenda: The White House remains closed to gays. So where can we look for political progress this year? Wildman, Sarah 556
The Advocate GenQ poll. 86
The blame game: 9/11. The tsunami. Katrina. All the gays' fault, according to certain far-right wing nuts. Are they crazy? Heil, Emily 693
The chosen rabbi: out rabbi Sharon Kleinbaum has led New York's largest LGBT synagogue through AIDS and 9/11--and now she's planning World Pride in Jerusalem. Her new book shares her loving message. Bolonik, Kera 730
The closer we get. Steele, Bruce C. Editorial 572
The it list: must-have travel items. Brief Article 214
The news of our lives: just a few of the many dramatic developments that marked 2005 as another year of dramatic change. 3359
The PumpPod workout. 137
There won't be trumpets: should we herald Tab Hunter and other celebs who come out late in life? Not so much, argues novelist and journalist John Morsan Wilson. Where have they been all these years? Wilson, John Morgan 840
To the dogs: mushing a husky-powered sled through the frigid arctic has rewards worth howling about. Frei, Darren 1220
Top pick. 427
Unsinkable Key West: after taking a beating from Hurricane Wilma, the island promptly dried itself off and fought its way back onto our travel itineraries. Bolen, Mandy 338
Welcome to fabulous Las Vegas Nevada: after rolling the dice with a lavish makeover, Sin City is making room for the glamour amid the glitz. No wonder queer thrill seekers are showing up in spades! Friess, Steve 2993

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