Friday, July 24, 2009

Bil Browning sent a message to the members of The Bilerico Project.

Subject: Bilerico Weekly Reader

One of the best parts of my job running the Bilerico sites is that I get to see so much great content before it's published. Usually I can spot a post that'll generate controversy or spur a big discussion. A couple of posts surprised me this week: Alex's post on the Larry King trial didn't get nearly the attention on TBP that it deserves (he was quoted in the Advocate for it) while Karen Ocamb's memories of working with Walter Cronkite should be required reading for any journalism fan. Be sure to check them out along with all the other fantastic posts we ran this week.

Bilerico Nation
South Bend Councilman Oliver Davis Responds to Bilerico-Indiana
Filed by: Donna Pandori (Bilerico-Indiana);

"I Would Not Have A Homosexual On My Staff"
Filed by: Father Tony (Bilerico-Florida);

Richmond Newspaper Regrets Role in Support of Segregation
Filed by: Michael Hamar (Bilerico-DC);

Are there any warriors in Charlotte?
Filed by: Matt Comer;

Beary Fashionable: Wonde® by Walter Van Beirendonck
Filed by: Nathan Strang;

Gay is not the new black
Filed by: Guest Blogger LZ Granderson;

Health care in the U.S. - stop bickering and fix it
Filed by: Pam Spaulding;

(s)EXcapades: to hear or not to hear
Filed by: Michele O'Mara;

A Day in the Life of a Caretaker
Filed by: Sara Whitman;

Living while Black in Cambridge
Filed by: Rev Irene Monroe;

Meet the Anti-Gay NYU Professor of Human Rights: "Diversity is not a License for Perversity"
Filed by: Waymon Hudson;

Pumping Parties in the Heartland
Filed by: Austen Crowder;

Barbara Walters on "Bruno": "I Don't Like Seeing Closeups of Anal Sex"
Filed by: Prince Gomolvilas;

AAA South Pledges Family Memberships to Same-Gender Spouses
Filed by: Nadine Smith;

Wisconsin domestic partnership law under attack
Filed by: Nancy Polikoff;

Walter Cronkite and the Player Piano
Filed by: Karen Ocamb;

Calling Brandon "obsessed with Nazis" seems restrained now
Filed by: Alex Blaze;