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Thursday, January 13, 2011 - Wednesday, January 19, 2011

Feature StoryLeather LaureatesFormer Mr. MALs view their title as a responsibility to honor and give back to a nurturing community
Feature StoryA Year in LeatherMatt Bamford reflects on the pain and pleasure of serving as Mr. MAL
Feature StoryComic ReliefDick and Duane come to MAL with a sole purpose: make the audience laugh
Feature StorySeeing the LightKnown for lighting work on Atlantis Cruises and the Black Party, Guy Smith is a musical grammarian par excellence
Feature StoryEvolution to MAL: RevolutionKeeping on top of the changes for MAL 2011
Feature StoryMid-Atlantic Leather Weekend GuideMAL 2011: Revolution
NewsA Kinder, Gentler DOMA?News Analysis: DOJ's continued defense of DOMA may have taken on a softer tone, but it can't erase the sharp underpinnings of the discriminatory 1996 law
NewsTragedy Strikes TucsonShooting kills six, puts congresswoman aided by gay staffer in hospital, and raises questions for the country about fiery political rhetoric
NewsBudd's Cancer BattleLocal transgender activist released after months of hospitalizations
NewsSeat TakenSekou Biddle takes interim seat on the City Council
NewsExamining IntentEquality Maryland to meet with Maryland senator regarding civil-unions bill
NewsLooking for LeadersGLAA calls for nominations ahead of 40th anniversary gala in April
NewsAwaiting AppointmentThough the mayor's Office of GLBT Affairs is in need of a director, it's too soon for concern
NewsAnti-Bullying EffortsMetro DC PFLAG highlights importance of anti-bullying bills in Virginia
FilmStung'The Green Hornet' bludgeons the audience into a stupor with explosions, stupid jokes, and far too much of Seth Rogen
StageSweet SecretsStudio, Arena Stage and Keegan Theatre tell stories about things that some people feel are better left unsaid
ClublifeBirthday SuitCobalt's Bare turns two this Saturday with a big bash
OpinionSticks and StonesOutrageous political speech needs to be countered with words, not laws
OpinionPassing BlameA disturbed shooter is not a political responsibility
OpinionThe Silent ''T''Leaders need to overcome their fears and represent everyone in the LGBT community
HoroscopeHoroscopeJanuary 13-20, 2010
VideoFinale: So You Think You're a Drag Queen [video]Eight winners return to Town Danceboutique for the $2,500 grand prize
Snapshots Omega Ward Morrison
Snapshots So You Think You're A Drag Queen: The Finale Town Danceboutique Ward Morrison

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