Lori: Better, now I can see the debug information.
Can you try running the following SQL query from your site's MySQL database administration tool?
SELECT distinct *, l.link_id as proper_link_id, UNIX_TIMESTAMP(l.link_updated) as link_date, IF (DATE_ADD(l.link_updated, INTERVAL 120 MINUTE) >= NOW(), 1,0) as recently_updated FROM wp_ptp3en_terms t LEFT JOIN wp_ptp3en_term_taxonomy tt ON (t.term_id = tt.term_id) LEFT JOIN wp_ptp3en_term_relationships tr ON (tt.term_taxonomy_id = tr.term_taxonomy_id) LEFT JOIN wp_ptp3en_links l ON (tr.object_id = l.link_id) LEFT JOIN wp_ptp3en_links_extrainfo le ON (l.link_id = le.link_id) WHERE tt.taxonomy = 'link_category' AND t.term_id in (28) AND l.link_visible != 'N' ORDER by link_featured DESC, name ASC, l.link_name ASC
Then let me know if you get results or any error message?
I tried running the query on my site, just changing the table names, and it ran correctly.
If that does not work, could you possibly give me a temporary admin login to your site?