Thursday, February 2, 2012 - Wednesday, February 8, 2012

Feature StoryClose UpOscar Nominees Glenn Close and Janet McTeer talk about their work on ''Albert Nobbs''
Feature StoryAlbert's ChampionIt took 30 years for Glenn Close to bring Albert Nobbs from stage to screen, in the process devising an indelible, unique character
Feature StoryThe Opposite of AlbertJanet McTeer's performance as Hubert in ''Albert Nobbs'' is informed by the actor's own sense of happiness and self-contentment
Feature StoryScruffy SongsterAiden James on his new album, and coming to Town Danceboutique Feb. 10
NewsPFOX Pushes Student OutreachMontgomery County ''ex-gay'' group sends its message home with high school students' report cards
NewsTransgender Woman Killed [UPDATED]Victim suffers fatal stabbing at Northeast bus stop
NewsGender Rights Bill Stuck in SenateWith marriage equality front and center, the proposed Maryland gender identity nondiscrimination bill has been pushed to the sidelines
NewsNational News BriefsTwo referendums: Maine set to re-equalize, while one Jersey boy takes a step back
FilmFly GuysIn ''Chronicle,'' rookie director Josh Trank chains himself to a distracting gimmick
FilmReview: The InnkeepersWith ''The Inkeepers,'' Ti West provides minimalist horror with slow-burning scares and unbearable tension
MusicReview: Aiden JamesAiden James adds many clever touches to punctuate his music, making ''Trouble With This'' a joy of repeat plays
StageReview: The Two Gentlemen of VeronaP.J. Paparelli's reimagines Shakespeare's comedy as a tragic destination with too much bloodshed
StageReview: The Elephant RoomIn ''The Elephant Room,'' the humor is outlandish, cool irreverent and nerdy plus there's fun and funky magic
StageReview: RedArena's ''Red'' is bracingly effective as a reflection of the creative and destructive forces faced by artist Mark Rothko
StageRiffing on RepublicansThe Kinsey Sicks try to be funnier than Michele Bachmann
StageReview: WitIn ''Wit,'' now playing on Broadway, Cynthia Nixon reveals herself to be an incredibly expressive actor of great range
ClublifePink PalacePhase 1 of Dupont is ready to brighten up lesbian nightlife when it opens next Friday in the old Apex/Badlands space
OpinionSolitary ConfinementAs a child, I learned that being gay meant being alone; as a gay man, my community has taught me a better lesson
OpinionDissing the PresidentGov. Brewer's finger-wagging performance is the latest sideshow in the anti-Obama circus
VideoOutspoken #48 - Bearing It AllDC Bear Crue Scruff Party at Town
BusinessChamber Connections: Screen TestWhen everyone can shoot video, Stone Lyons found the best path for a professional video business
Coverboy InterviewHenryThis medical professional from Alexandria likes TV talent shows and tennis matches
PollWhat's your favorite Glenn Close performance?Take our poll. Win free movie passes!
Snapshots Johnny Scruff at Bear Happy Hour Town Danceboutique Ward Morrison
Snapshots BHT Awards Remington's Dylan Comstock

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