Wednesday, December 5, 2007

Morning Sweep

Mombian wishes us all a Happy Hanukkah.

CBS News reports on the ever-increasing support for allowing gays and lesbians to serve in the military.

One of America's oldest Episcopal congregations is divided over the Episcopal diocese's recognition of same-sex marriage.

Immigration Equality's blog reports that Manhattan District Attorney Robert Morgenthau will create a unit that specifically looks out for immigrants' rights--whether they are legal or not.

Towleroad has lots about Harvey Milk, including an open casting call for 18-30-year old men who may be interested in being in the upcoming Milk biopic and this nice little feature about the man who currently runs a home furnishings store in the same place that Milk and his partner once owned a camera shop.

Mayor Bloomberg on Randi Weingarten at last night's celebration of the UFT President's 50th birthday: "Like Christina Aguilera, she’s a superstar performer, like Robert Moses, she’s literally changed the lives of 8 million New Yorkers, and, like Brad Pitt she really loves beautiful women."

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