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Thursday, March 4, 2010 - Wednesday, March 10, 2010

Feature StoryPassion PlateAhead of Dining Out for Life, Chef Jamie Leeds talks about her culinary joys and growing her epicurean empire of Hank's Oyster Bar and CommonWealth Gastropub
News''My Rock, My Life, My Love''Marriage equality arrives with a string of same-sex weddings, the first to be performed in and legally recognized by D.C.
NewsVirginia Moves Against Gay Employees of UniversitiesLetter from Republican Attorney General Cuccinelli tells state university system to end non-discrimination policies for LGBT people UPDATED
NewsENDA May Still Be on TrackRep. Frank says LGBT employment discrimination legislation will get a vote in the House this month
NewsAll About the TimelineLieberman's DADT repeal bill introduced in Senate with no Republican sponsors, military brass continue push to keep repeal timeline in control of the Pentagon
NewsA Scent of ScandalFreshman Democratic Rep. Eric Massa announces retirement for health reasons amid reports of sexual harassment, ''allegations of misconduct''
NewsDenny's Bad DataLocal lesbian activist's call for change to discriminatory Wi-Fi restrictions prompts change in policy by Denny's restaurant chain
NewsGLAA Announces AwardeesGLAA's 2010 awards will include special recognition for marriage-equality activists, including DC Clergy United for Marriage Equality
NewsRedux in a TuxFourth annual Capital Queer Prom to benefit local transitional home for LGBT youth
ArtJewish SoupçonThe late, gay painter serves as inspiration for a comedic monologue about Jewish identity now at Theater J.
FilmSmall WonderTim Burton's take on the Alice tale has a few smatterings of visual splendor, but lacks compelling performances
FilmEasy PickingsThe 2010 Academy Awards will feature a parade of already-anointed winners and a bloated Best Picture category
ClublifeFull ExposureNew York's Black Party will be more elaborate this year, and, launching with an Expo, slightly less mysterious
ClublifeA Perfect 10DC Kings, the country's longest-running drag king troupe, celebrates a decade of performance
OpinionHow We WonBringing marriage equality to Washington has been years in the making
HoroscopeHoroscopeMarch 4-10, 2010
VideoMarriage Marches On [video]Gay and lesbian couples line up at D.C. courthouse to file applications for the city's first legally recognized marriage licenses for same-sex couples
Snapshots Shirtless Men Drink Free Green Lantern Ward Morrison
Snapshots Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton's Marriage Equality Celebration Rayburn House Office Building Ward Morrison
Snapshots Miss Gay El Salvador Majestic Restaurant Ward Morrison
Snapshots Phase 1's 40th Anniversary Phase 1 Ward Morrison

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