Top Trending: March 4 - March 10, 2012
March 11, 2012
At ChicagoPride.com, Sunday means that it's time to look back at this week in gay Chicago news as covered by the GoPride.com News Staff. The top local and national stories of interest as ranked by popularity on the network.
Rosie O'Donnell and her show are moving back to NYC
After selling her Lakeview home in just one day, Rosie O'Donnell is packing up and moving her show to New York City.
South Side St. Patrick's Day Parade upsets Catholic Church
A South Side priest is criticizing organizers of Sunday's South Side Irish St. Patrick's Day Parade for starting the event at 11 a.m. instead of noon, an argument similar to that made against the Chicago Gay Pride Parade in December.
Boystown area bar investigated over 'men only' policy
Wang's, located at 3317 N. Broadway just off the main Halsted St. strip of Boystown, is being investigated by the Illinois Department of Human Rights for reportedly banning female customers.
Arab, African states walk out on United Nations session on gay rights
An historic session on gay rights at the United Nations Human Rights Council in Geneva was marred Wednesday by a walkout.
Gerber/Hart announces new location in Rogers Park
The Gerber/Hart Library, Chicago's only LGBT library and archives, Tuesday announced a planned move from its current location in Edgewater to the Rogers Park neighborhood by the end of April.
Obama Advisor Valerie Jarrett applauds DADT repeal, gay military kisses
Valerie Jarrett, senior adviser to President Barack Obama, on Saturday applauded repeal of "Don't Ask, Don't Tell."
Democratic 2012 Convention chairman supports gay marriage plank
Democratic 2012 Party Convention Chairman Antonio Villaraigosa said on Wednesday that he would support a gay marriage plank in the party's platform.
The Paula Basta / Kelly Cassidy question
Only one thing is certain when it comes to the 14 District race for state representative: The winner is going to be an out lesbian.
Obama's transgender ex-nanny found outcast on the streets of Jakarta
President Obama's former childhood nanny, from when he lived in Indonesia, has been identified as a transgender woman known as Evie, who is now living in fear as an outcast on the streets of a slum in Jakarta.
Hockey pros stand against locker room homophobia
The You Can Play project, with the backing of numerous National Hockey League players and other supporters, is launching an advocacy program to change the homophobic culture of locker rooms.
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