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Pridelines Youth Services to host Smart Ride kick-off party 6 to 8 p.m. Friday at LGBT Visitor Center
Kenwood, 25, a Garland fan who last year posted a YouTube video about bullying and his own coming-out experience, writes:
On September 20th Warner Bros. Pictures and IMAX theatres joined together to present for one week only, in honor of its 75th anniversary “The Wizard of Oz,” re-mastered and for the first time transferred to 3D. The celebration of the films anniversary includes a 25 million dollar promotional campaign including: McDonalds Happy Meals, Simon Mall events, QVC specials, character appearances in the annual Macy’s Thanksgiving day parade and a brand new 3D blu release for home entertainment.
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On Saturdays now, for $31.99, diners have access to a meal, unlimited mimosas or Bloody Mary cocktails while being entertained by the “Palace Divas” including Noel Leon at two seatings at the Palace South Beach.
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Tyler Clementi's family to visit bridge where Rutgers student killed himself after roommate recorded him
FORT LEE, N.J. -- The family of the Rutgers University student who killed himself after his roommate used a webcam to see him kissing a man will visit the scene of his suicide.
Tyler Clementi's parents and brother will meet on Sunday with two members of a group walking from Chicago to the George Washington Bridge to raise awareness about bullying.
Clementi's brother, James, tells WINS radio it makes sense to go since the Friend Movement is walking in Tyler's memory.
The 18-year-old killed himself in 2010, soon after starting college. His death sparked a national conversation about the treatment of young gays.
His roommate served less than a month in jail after he was convicted of invasion of privacy, bias intimidation and other counts. He's appealing his conviction.