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GAY PLACE WANTS YOU! As we crank into social-season overdrive, remember: It's a marathon, not a sprint; a long-term relationship, not an orgy. Pace, people, pace. We here at Gay Place are trying to keep up, really, but we need your help. It seems many of you find us, um, ubiquitous, reliable, old-shoe-ish. Well, we are. Comfy, dependable, and all over the place. But really, folks, we need your help. We can't possibly keep up with every queer-happy happening in this town without you. Please, please, please, remember to send us notices of events ahead of time (a week before the issue you wish to see it in is a good guideline) so that it can appear not only online but in the print edition, too. Also, we are still interviewing for Pride Parade/Festival interns. E-mail us!

BLOGNIFICO! Your friendly neighborhood Gay Place has gone national again, this time with a piece appearing on 365Gay.com about online dating giant eHarmony's new Compatible Partners, its new gay-match sister website. Anyway, we were offered an exclusive interview with the CEO and took it. We would be so honored if you'd check it out online. You can access it through the Gay Place Blog, austinchronicle.com/gayplaceblog.

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