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A Different Light was a chain of four LGBT bookstores in the United States, active from 1979 to 2011.
- "A Different Light" is a book by Elizabeth A. Lynn.
- genre: Speculative fiction
- copyright: 1978-08
- released in (37 years ago)
- award: - Locus Award for Best Novel nomination for Elizabeth A. Lynn
- "A Different Light" is a book by Mariah Stewart.
- genres: Fiction, Romance novel
- "A Different Light" is the second full-length album by Sherwood, and it continues the band's musical style. The album contains several re-recorded versions of tracks off their Summer EP, as well as new tracks that help the band drift into new musical territory. It is the first album since the band signed with MySpace Records, and was preceded by several 'Making of' videos available on the band's MySpace page. The song "The Best in Me" was used as the opening song for MTV's show College Life.
- genre: Rock music
- released in (8 years ago)
- "A Different Light" is a musical album of Anne Dudley.
- released in (14 years ago)
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- A DIFFERENT LIGHT
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- Finding Light: A Different Light
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- A Different Light Bookstore, West Hollywood
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