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Family Rep: 'Titanic' Actor Bill Paxton has Died

Family Rep: 'Titanic' Actor Bill Paxton has Died

By Lindsay Bahr | Feb 26
Bill Paxton, the prolific and charismatic actor whose many memorable roles included an astronaut in "Apollo 13" and a treasure hunter in "Titanic," has died from complications due to surgery. He was 61.

The Flesh, Fur and Volume of Oliver Zeuke

The Flesh, Fur and Volume of Oliver Zeuke

By Robin Gray | Feb 26
Oliver Zeuke was born in December 1973 in Bavaria, close to Munich and has been living in Düsseldorf since 2007. His detailed passion makes for majestic photos of men.

Juicing: Five Facts You Need to Know

Juicing: Five Facts You Need to Know

By Tom Bonanti | Feb 26
Enter the popular craze known as juicing - a healthy, practical trend that can help you pack precious nutrients into your diet. Here's all you need to know.

Reel Time at New Seafood Restaurants

Reel Time at New Seafood Restaurants

By Tony Reverditto | Feb 26
With established Water Grill restaurants in Downtown Los Angeles, Santa Monica, San Diego and Texas, their newest Orange County location may be the biggest and most beautiful.

DEKKOO: Streaming Gay Culture

DEKKOO: Streaming Gay Culture

By Joel Martens | Feb 26
The act of producing a film or television series, once only the purview of large studios, has evolved far beyond the giants who once controlled what we saw and who was portrayed. DEKKOO, a new gay streaming service, looks to change that idea.

The Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence :: Promulgating Universal Joy; Expiating Stigmatic Guilt

The Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence :: Promulgating Universal Joy; Expiating Stigmatic Guilt

By Joel Martens | Feb 26
The Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence have taken on a powerful global mission, and it is something members of the order take most seriously.

St. Louis Ordinance Seeks to Pre-Empt Missouri Abortion Laws

St. Louis Ordinance Seeks to Pre-Empt Missouri Abortion Laws

By Katie Kull | Feb 26
A new ordinance in St. Louis prohibits discrimination based on "reproductive health decisions," an effort by the heavily Democratic city to pre-empt a slew of anti-abortion measures advancing through Missouri's Republican-controlled Legislature.

When Test-Driving a New Car, Take the Technology for a Spin

When Test-Driving a New Car, Take the Technology for a Spin

By Dee-Ann Durbin | Feb 26
Car shopping isn't just about kicking the tires anymore. It's also about testing the technology.

Judge Blocks California Law on Posting Actors' Ages

Judge Blocks California Law on Posting Actors' Ages

By Sudhin Thanawala | Feb 26
A California law that restricts a popular Hollywood website from posting actors' ages raises First Amendment concerns and does not appear likely to combat age discrimination in the entertainment industry in any meaningful way, a federal judge said Wednesd

BARchive: The Golden Age of Hustlers

BARchive: The Golden Age of Hustlers

By Michael Flanagan | Feb 26
Male prostitution is probably as old as the city itself. Edward Prime-Stevenson wrote in 1908 that soldiers in the Presidio were for rent during the Spanish-American War. It is certainly as old as the homophile organizations.

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