Living: February 2006

My First Official Post!

Filed by Annette Gross | February 24, 2006 | 10:34 PM | comments

This is my first official entry as a Bilerico Poster. I feel honored to be among such a talented group of people! How did I get here? Two years ago I had no idea what Indiana Equality was. In 1999...Read More


My First Official Post!

Filed by Annette Gross | February 24, 2006 | 10:34 PM | comments

This is my first official entry as a Bilerico Poster. I feel honored to be among such a talented group of people! How did I get here? Two years ago I had no idea what Indiana Equality was. In 1999...Read More


Another Response to Ellen's Challenge (Completed)

Filed by Ed Team | February 15, 2006 | 10:22 AM | comments

I have never considered a political autobiography before. One might think a political autobiography would somehow reflect a person's development, maturity, and increased consciousness from one's life experiences and would therefore suggest an evolution of some sort in which the...Read More


The Passion of Saint Valentine

Filed by Ed Team | February 14, 2006 | 6:57 PM | comments

This morning on the radio I heard Garrison Keilor explaining the origin of St. Valentine's day, which until today, was a mystery to me. The story kept resonating with me, so I did a little more research. The parallels between...Read More


Happy Valentine's Day!

Filed by Bil Browning | February 14, 2006 | 7:57 AM | comments

Happy Valentine's Day! I got a new black video iPod for V-day. What did you get? What are you doing with your sweetie tonight? Leave me a comment and tell me what your plans are for the day....Read More


Another Response to Ellen's Challenge

Filed by Ed Team | February 05, 2006 | 11:02 PM | comments

I have never considered a political autobiography before. One might think a political autobiography would somehow reflect a person's development, maturity, and increased consciousness from one's life experiences and would therefore suggest an evolution of some sort in which the...Read More


New Bedford Hate Crime Updates

Filed by Marla R. Stevens | February 04, 2006 | 3:00 PM | comments

Robida was last seen driving a green 1999 Pontiac Grand Am with Massachusetts license plates 85E-C58. However, police have asked that all cars fitting that description that are parked where they wouldn't be expected - in a vacant lot unmoved for a day or two, newly appeared in a neighborhood, etc. - be called in for police ID, no matter what the license number. The police will go read the VIN # on the windshield. They asked that you not do this yourself lest the suspect be hiding in the car. Call your local police to ID vehicles matching the suspect's. Call local police and either of the New Bedford police tip numbers for the case for information about Robida (5-foot-6, about 200 pounds, with dark hair), his whereabouts, or the case itself: (508) 961-4584 or 508-991-6320.Read More


My Pal, God

Filed by Sheila S. Kennedy | February 04, 2006 | 12:10 PM | comments

At this point, I'm beginning to feel left out, sort of the way you felt in school when everyone else in your class was invited to a party but you. Evidently, there are all these people who are on a...Read More


Response to Ellen's Challenge

Filed by Bruce Parker | February 03, 2006 | 4:21 AM | comments

"It Only Takes Moment" I realize that I probably wouldn't have started understanding myself as an activist if Mathew Shephard hadn't been cute. Isn't that awful? I realized that it could happen to me. Me or someone I love could...Read More