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« on: March 01, 2010, 05:55:07 AM »

Good morning! Happy 1st day of March! 

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Clay Aiken encouraged the crowd at a Human Rights Campaign dinner in North Carolina to work for equal rights for gay people. Aiken, the second season "American Idol" runner-up, announced he was gay in 2008 after the birth of his son Parker through an in-vitro procedure with a longtime friend. "We have a great deal of more work to do," he said to the audience, which included former Family Ties star Meredith Baxter. "Our time is now, and it's about damn time." Aiken also said, "What the hell took me so long? I was waiting like so many folks are waiting for change. I realized the time for waiting has passed. The power of truth and living honestly is very liberating."

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« Reply #1 on: March 01, 2010, 05:56:46 AM »

Clay Aiken Takes Stand for Gay Rights..."And It's About Damn Time"

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More than a year after Clay Aiken announced he was gay, the former American Idol star is taking a stand for gay rights issues.

"We have a great deal of more work to do," he said Saturday during the Human Rights Campaign dinner in North Carolina before a crowd that included former Family Ties star Meredith Baxter. "Our time is now, and it's about damn time." <snip>

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« Reply #2 on: March 01, 2010, 05:58:05 AM »

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We never thought we'd say it, but we're starting to like this Clay Aiken character. At the Human Rights Campaign's Carolinas dinner where folks get dressed up to applaud at people who take the podium Aiken brought up the whole "What took me so long to come out?" question. <snip>

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« Reply #3 on: March 01, 2010, 05:33:39 PM »

From mustbeeme @ CV

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I just saw this posted for the Biltmore!!!!! EEEEEEEE

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Biltmore Estate has announced its expanded 2010 concert season, which includes performances by the Steve Miller Band, Mary Chapin Carpenter and Oscar-winning singer-songwriter Christopher Cross.

Some of the shows will be held at the new Diana at Biltmore venue, with other dates at the traditional location on the South Terrace lawn. Tickets will go on sale April 6. For more information call 866-336-1255

The shows are The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band June 4, The Original Drifters June 11, Brandon Heath July 16 (all at the Diana), The Gaither Vocal Band July 17, Mary Chapin Carpenter July 22, Clay Aiken and Ruben Studdard July 21, The Steve Miller Band July 29, The Legendary Temptations July 30 (all on the South Terrace lawn), and Christopher Cross Sept. 24 and Kathy Mattea Oct. 4 (both at the Diana).

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