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No foolin’ Actual news can be stranger than fiction
WiGWAG: News with a twist: March 26, 2015
Former Bob Jones president apologizes for 35-year-old anti-gay remark
Panel upholds firing of Milwaukee officer who killed unarmed man
Ex-officer who killed Dontre Hamilton seeks his job back
9 of 10 abuse claims dismissed in Milwaukee Archdiocese bankruptcy
Kenosha team lauded after standing up for bullied cheerleader
Bill to ban microbeads advances
In her re-election campaign, Justice Ann Walsh Bradley calls for throwing politics out of court
Lesbian parents: Pediatrician refused to treat infant daughter
Jesse Jackson leads Chicago rally to protest decision in Dontre Hamilton shooting
Indiana school denies gay-straight club, ACLU sues
Major companies threaten to end relationships with Indiana over 'license to discriminate' law
National gaze: March 26, 2015
GOP governor of Illinois pledges to enforce anti-discrimination laws during first meeting with gay activists
U.S. names 1st envoy for LGBT rights
Image of gay Russian couple wins prestigious World Press Photo of the Year award
Oxfam: Richest 1 percent sees share of wealth jump
Scott Walker struggles to defuse flip-flop on immigration
Walker Watch: The one where his aide quits after a day
Clinton: Nation must deal with income inequality
‘Crossroads of Civilization’: Ancient artifacts get a modern presentation at Milwaukee Public Museum
‘Justified Art!’ strikes an all-too-relevant chord
Fifty years of fascination: JoAnna Poehlmann at RedLine
The Rep’s short play series celebrates its 5th year
At 50, Milwaukee Rep's internship has evolved into one of the nation’s best: WiGOUT Cover Story
Skylight’s 'Snow Dragon' succeeds at illuminating uncomfortable subject
Natalie Portman embraces Paris, motherhood and the chance to sit in the director’s chair
Wisconsin Film Festival unreels a week of flicks
Review: 'Insurgent' could use more divergence
Experimental rockers Foxygen launch farewell tour
Green Bay’s orchestra says farewell after a century of symphonies
Nearly 40 years strong, the Milwaukee Symphony Chorus sings its own tune
'House of Cards' returns for 3rd season
Daniel Dae Kim takes control in ‘Hawaii Five-0’ and beyond
WE TV airing ‘Sex Box’ reality TV show, and some object
Hugh Jackman talks fish, blood and his new show
Cerebral palsy is part of this gay comedian’s act
Q&A: Barbra Streisand, the feminist, sings on
Erdrich wins Library of Congress fiction prize
Review: Dennis Lehane writes gripping finale to crime trilogy
Chazen to show prized Shakespeare folio
Smitten with ‘Salad Love’
Madison’s reluctant chef Jonny Hunter captures the culinary spotlight with Underground Food Collective
Lamb, Guinness and soda bread offer a fresh take on Irish stew
State to state activists campaign against ex-gay therapy
Kate Brown to be sworn in as Oregon governor Feb. 18
2,000 protest expulsion of lesbian couple from Vienna cafe
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Community Bulletins: March 26, 2015
Carthage College hosts 3rd annual Diversity Summit
On the bulletin board, February 26, 2015
Milwaukee LGBT center hires new executive director
Community briefs, Feb. 12, 2015
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