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Articles from The Advocate (The national gay & lesbian newsmagazine) (February 27, 2007)

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A hero's journey: Jenny Fulle has led a charmed life of her own making--with strength and smarts, she went from preteen legal hero to janitor to power lesbian film executive. Broverman, Neal 1218
Against the "gay house": a shooting at the home of several gay men on Chicago's south side December 31 alarmed the local community--and exposed some troubling prejudice. McCullom, Rod 333
All about Pedro: the legendary queer director is getting the auteur treatment in a new boxed set of his films. Stephen Rebello takes a look at his life and work. Rebello, Stephen 1147
All on eyes on Ellen: our favorite trailblazer already has America at her feet--and now, as the first openly gay host of the Academy Awards, Ellen DeGeneres is ready to win hearts all over the world. Stockwell, Anne Cover story 2227
An Unreasonable Man. Buchanan, Kyle 149
Ask Ed. Salvato, Ed 212
Big gay following: Paul Rudd: he's been the object of our affection since his breakthrough role in Clueless. Now, as the Friend in-law and 40-Year-Old Virgin veteran takes the lead in two high-profile romantic comedies, Paul Rudd proves he's still a total Baldwin. Voss, Brandon Interview 1040
Bitter, Party of one. David, Jim 101
Bring on the fence-sitters: when it comes to supporting our interests, most players on the early slate of presidential contenders are neither here nor there--nor anywhere. Here's where they sit on our gray scale. Dowd, Rachel 719
Bringing ugly back. Duralde, Alonso 126
Broadening horizons. Barreras, Candy Letter to the editor 119
Budapest is one of Central Europe's gayest cities. And in more ways than one. As Communist relics harden into cold museum pieces, the Hungarian capital's dazzling cosmopolitan past--preserved in stone and gilded in gold--is heating up like never before. Beattie, Rich 1861
Check in. Salvato, Ed 264
Choose your own way gay adventure!: the Out Traveler's second annual survey of new escapes, bright ideas, and hot global happenings will keep your gay travel agenda crammed to capacity. Ocean, Justin 1896
Committed couples. Esseks, James Letter to the editor 214
Desert beauty. Link, Matthew 879
Don't miss the boat! Our roundup of upcoming lesbian and gay cruises to hop aboard. 352
Dude, where's my ranch? High up in the Rockies, head wrangler Joe Webber promises to show you the ropes at the Powderhorn Ranch. Burr, Chandler 395
Four more spa adventures: P.S. isn't the only gay-friendly desert destination blooming with earthly delights this spring. 1622
Gay events of color: there may be a paucity of African-Americans at traditional LGBT destinations and events, but in the last decade many queer people of color have banded together to celebrate their lives, sprouting a cottage industry of black gay events. Edozien, Frankie 406
Gay passion, gay pride: America's most powerful gay magazine turns 40 this year. Join us as we count down to our gala 40th anniversary issue--because the celebration is for you. 493
Gays gone wild: ready to shake the winter blues? Skip those straighter-than-thou spring break bashes and get your groove on with the gays. Allen, Dan 638
Gays in the ranks: who cares? About three fourths of military personnel say they would be fine with serving alongside out gays and lesbians. So why can't they? Kuhr, Fred 1362
Gillian Kendall. Mulholland, Aefa Interview 265
Gimme! Gimme! Gimme! ABBA museum to open in Stockholm. 147
Go Vietnam! Bargas, Mike Letter to the editor 125
Gray Matters. Buchanan, Kyle 514
He wrote the songs: prolific gay composer Billy Strayhorn--who penned music for Nat King Cole and Duke Ellington--finally gets his due in a new documentary and CD. Reighley, Kurt B. 782
Hong Kong cooking: take a wok around Asia's new culinary capital. Ecker, Bob 971
Judging Jones. Ellis, Jeremy Letter to the editor 206
Lavender lads bartone babes: long before "outing," Confidential magazine was printing gay rumors about the stars--without wrecking careers. In writing about the tabloid, Samuel Bernstein wonders: was '50s America more tolerant than we think? Bernstein, Samuel 677
Lazy day music. Hundley, Jessica 253
London calling. Reighley, Kurt B. 338
Love and fame. 113
Meet the bloggers: Bruce Carroll Jr. & Daniel Blatt. Kroll, Morgan 208
Mykonos, Greece. 127
Now on 86
Of mice and men: actor and out bon vivant Alan Cumming kicks off his quarterly travel journal with a joyride through Disneyland Resort Paris. Cumming, Alan 769
Outspoken: Casey Jaywork. Jaywork, Casey 215
Patrick Sammon. Lisotta, Christopher Interview 491
Paulistas and Paulistanos. Smith, C. Letter to the editor 117
Peachy Atlanta. Allen, Dan 1095
Psyched over taxes. 255
Queer kiwi crash pads. 235
Rags to riches via the web: with free networking Web sites, international teens can now easily trade youth for wealth. Anthony, Michael 751
Rants & Raves. 200
Rock Bottom. Buchanan, Kyle 105
Room service: lensman Adam Raphel has collected a full menu of hotel hotties in his new photo book. 132
Safe and sorry: when the Massachusetts legislature voted to place an amendment banning same-sex marriage on the ballot, it sacrificed minority rights to appease the majority. 395
Second opinions. 138
Second thoughts. Rucastle, Edward Letter to the editor 140
The advocate calendar. Calendar 228
The advocate poll. 255
The greening of gay. Shehin, Stacy E. Letter to the editor 258
The key to Robert Wilson: his brilliant theater defies explanation--yet it's all based on his life, How did a gay kid from Texas become the high priest of the avant-garde? Ehrenstein, David 1100
The real Bangkok: gaining entry into the ever-evolving Thai capital's "boutique" gay scene. Tippelt, Patrick 1815
Toys. 238
Travel transitions. 152
Virtually queer. Capehart, Timothy Letter to the editor 309
We asked a sampling of LGBT people in Chicago. Hauswirth, Kevin 105
Wild Bill. Casson, Chuck Letter to the editor 378
Working boy: Premier New York City sex columnist Grant Stoddard explored America's sexual underworld and lived to tell about it. Lasky, David Jay 933
Your gay Oscar bash is a bore. White, Dave 544

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