Tyler Perry's mansion burglarized by teens.
SWERV, the new Black LGBT publication from publisher Michael-Christopher, features the "Stars of the Black Gay 'Net": B. Scott, Pam Spaulding and Rod 2.0. L. Michael Gipson on B. Scott and R20, Lisa Joyner chats up Pam. More later ...
Rapper DMX admitted to prison psychiatric unit.
Gay marriage boosts Mexico City tourism.
Bernie Wilson, one of the last surviving members of Harold Melvin & the Blue Notes, dies at 64. With this year's loss of Teddy Pendergrass "Lloyd Parks [is] the sole surviving member of legendary band."
Newly-elected Warsaw City Council member Krystian Legierski: "Being gay in the U.S.A. is [easier] than in Poland—not because of law but because of the population's mentality. I know personally maybe 10 Black people in Poland."
Latina lesbian activist to run for Chicago City Clerk
Pharrell announces new collaboration with Madonna.
The Billion-Dollar Blizzard: Bloomberg "facing increasing criticism" over the slow pace of cleanup. Newark Mayor Cory Booker praised for using Twitter to "rescue snowed-in residents with his own shovel."
Modelizer: Well-fitted briefs.
Hawaii Gov. Neil Abercrombie vows to end birther controversy.
Nathan H. Williams in Chicago Tribune on his casting in Girls Who Like Boys Who Like Boys. "A lot of the images of African-American gay men on television are one-sided and stereotypical ... [I]t was time for America to see that we don't come in just one shape and one size. It was time to show a different face about what it means to be a black gay man."