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Articles from The Advocate (The national gay & lesbian newsmagazine) (April 1, 2003)

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Title Author Type Words
A generous helping. (Grass Roots). Neff, Lisa Brief Article 181
A place at the keyboard. (reader forum). 187
Achtung, baby. (the Buzz). Brief Article 311
Across the nation. (The Advocate Report). 119
Alive and kicking: soccer matches, class struggle, and a gay best friend--Bend It Like Beckham is a real crowd pleaser. Stuart, Jan Movie Review 450
An Israeli soldier's story. (my perspective). Israel, Kobi Column 764
Confessions of a modernist mind: the letters of artist Marsden Hartley reveal how sexual liberty and creative freedom go hand in hand. Ehrenstein, David Book Review 587
Court and sparks. (reader forum). 195
Couturiers without closets: fashion makes way for a new breed of designers who think hiding their sexuality is so last season. (Fashion). Vargas, Victor Interview 873
Dr. H. Anonymous. (In Memoriam). Brief Article 191
Elvis in disguise: lesbian Elvis Presley impersonator Patty Manning wants you to love her tender. (culture). Neff, Lisa Interview 563
Eve gets an encore. (the Buzz). Brief Article 165
From Russia with love. (reader forum). Clark, Courtney Letter to the Editor 165
From Sordid to Queer: Del Shores, writer of the cult hit Sordid Lives, talks about his journey from Texas comedies to the staff of Queer as Folk. (television). White, Dave Interview 677
Gruesome details. (Murder). Brief Article 120
He wrote the book. (reader forum). Sargeant, Fred Letter to the Editor 173
History-making professor: as the nation's first out university president, Charles R. Middleton is determined to make Chicago's Roosevelt U. "a welcoming place". (Behind the Headlines). Neff, Lisa Interview 613
Homophobia in 30 minutes or less, guaranteed. (Education). Allen, Dan Brief Article 140
Hunky business: Madison Avenue pushes the envelope only so far when it comes to homoeroticism in fashion ads. (Fashion). Meers, Erik 630
Koufax strikes out: the legendary left-hander's reaction to gossip is another reminder of how homophobia still dominates the pro sports world. (Sports). 399
Little Women's big man: as his hit opera Little Women debuts in New York, composer Mark Adamo talks about bringing theatrical spice to the classical world and living happily ever after with his partner, composer John Corigliano. (music). Dalton, Joseph Interview 645
No stranger to controversy: gender outlaw Kate Bornstein returns with Strangers in Paradox, an outrageous new play about death. (theater). Raymond, Gerard Interview 577
Peace of my heart. (don't get me started). Clinton, Kate Column 705
Pet peeve. (reader forum). McElroy, Sarah Letter to the Editor 139
Pre-stonewall preteen: he doesn't know he's gay yet, but Michael, Oliver Beene's Judy-worshiping 11-year-old, is about to become one of prime time's most fabulous characters. (television). Goodridge, Mike Interview 560
Pro-peace, pro-health care, pro-gay: Howard Dean is catching the country's attention by being everything he says President Bush is not. (Campaign 2004). Bull, Chris Interview 3388
Rants & raves. Brief Article 223
Reader comments from (reader forum). Brief Article 186
Should staph scare you? (Disease). Neff, Lisa Brief Article 119
Songs of Whitman: jazz pianist Fred Hersch crowns a lifetime of achievement with Leaves of Grass, an evening-long composition based on the poetry of protoqueer poet Walt Whitman. (music). Fries, Kenny Interview 723
Studio triangle: from all-girl power trio to all-women business partnership, the lesbian founders of Chicago's Materville Studios keep upping the tempo. (music). DuLong, Jessica Interview 539
Survey says. (reader forum). Lindley, Lisa Letter to the Editor 330
Talk to the hand. (Research). Neff, Lisa Brief Article 151
The 10 biggest lies about AIDS. (Commentary). Ehrenstein, David Column 2274
The dangers of dot-com sex. (On the Web). Allen, Dan Brief Article 223
The gay parade: the Last Sunday in June raises hot-button issues but leaves us wanting more. Shewey, Don Theater Review 383
The politics of drag: June 15, 1977. (From the Advocate Archives). Romesburg, Don Brief Article 155
The view from Paris. (last word). Kaiser, Charles Column 689
This week on (On the Web). Brief Article 194
Transitions. (The Advocate Report). Brief Article 103
Transsexual dad keeps his kids. (Court). Dulong, Jessica Brief Article 147
Trumpeting Merman. (reader forum). Searl, Hanford, Jr. 154
When Nureyev stood still: more than 25 years after Rudolf Nureyev posed for artist Jamie Wyeth, the portraits of the great gay dancer still captivate. (art). Whittington, Lewis Interview 543

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