The New York Observer questions its competition; The Village Voice questions back
What seems like progress from the top-down may reveal the problem with Boy Scouts from the inside-out: its first official coming out party is still a microcosm of discord on gay acceptance, especially in Christian America, no matter what polls say today or the Supreme Court declares in a few weeks. Here's a survey of the reaction so far.
Fairway CEO isn't backing down, though
Vonnegut Library Director promises to send 150 copies of the banned book
Dartmouth student rails against corporate recruiting on campus
Also: Weiner puts his home on the market and news on Winehouse's last recording
Also: Jerry Lewis has retired from telethons and more on Disney's Snow White reboot
Sausage spokeswoman defends hotdogs against an "animal rights group"
Parton issues an apology over the furor surrounding a theme park policy
The Daily Caller claims a New York Times reporter helped The White House
Cartoonist Tony Auth on the debt stalemate
Savage (humorously) threatens to give Santorum another "Google problem"
Cartoonist Tony Auth on the Tea Party's approach to the debt talks
A patron says her marriage equality shirt was deemed offensive by Dollywood staff
Wasserman Schultz talks politics and West takes it personal
The battle between market rivals is bigger than their columnists
Midler did the mermaid thing first, and she isn't afraid to say so
Peter Manso is unhappy with Dwight Garner's takedown piece
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