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By Darlene Superville | Thursday Dec 5, 2013
The White House opens its doors once again to celebrate the festive holiday season. Michelle Obama, who has emphasized support for military families, gave some of them a first look at the decked-out White House halls on Wednesday.
By EDGE | Friday Aug 9, 2013
The White House announced yesterday that deceased LGBT heroes Sally Ride and Bayard Rustin are among the sixteen recipients of the Presidential Medal of Freedom, the nations highest civilian honor.
By Bobby McGuire | Saturday Jun 22, 2013
Sponsorships are being sought, speakers are being courted, a rally on the mall is being planned and a presidential proclamation has been request, for the First Annual Ex-Gay Awareness Day, part of the First Annual Ex-Gay Pride Month, organized by Voice of
By Darlene Superville | Friday Apr 5, 2013
The first lady invited students from around the country to help plant the White House garden, which will eventually yield an array of fruits and vegetables.
By Nedra Pickler | Wednesday Dec 19, 2012
Spouses of those serving in the armed forces, military and civilian colleges, gay musicians, service dogs trainers and a drill team from President Barack Obama’s hometown are among the groups that were invited to participate in the inaugural parade.
By NANCY BENAC | Sunday Dec 2, 2012
"Bo-flakes" featuring the first dog and ornaments fashioned from zippers are among the new twists on traditional favorites at the White House this Christmas season.
By BRETT ZONGKER | Wednesday Jul 18, 2012
Michelle Obama said the nation’s top designers in fashion, architecture, landscapes and technology were making life better through their everyday work and honored them at the White House.
By Winnie McCroy | Wednesday Jul 4, 2012
After helping prevent the Mayor’s planned $7 million in budget cuts to youth shelter funding, Carl Siciliano is honored as White House "Champion of Change." Siciliano heads Ali Forney Center, which was the city’s first LGBT teen homeless shelter.
By NANCY BENAC | Thursday Feb 23, 2012
Sam Kass has a to-die-for job as personal chef to the Obama family but whipping up their meals is probably the least important part of his portfolio. Kass, 31, also has a fancy title as White House senior policy adviser for healthy food initiatives.
By BRETT ZONGKER | Monday Jul 4, 2011
One spot in the nation’s capital is offering visitors a peek at presidential recipes including Lyndon B. Johnson’s chili, John F. Kennedy’s chowder and Dwight D. Eisenhower’s three-page guide to vegetable soup.
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