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Thursday, March 20, 2008 - Wednesday, March 26, 2008

Feature StoryNamastéBuilding the South Asian GLBT community locally with KhushDC
NewsFighting to Keep EqualityLawsuit filed against Md. County Board of Elections
NewsOld TimersAging in America Conference includes sessions for gays
NewsPEN DinnerAnnual Dinner for local GLBT Chamber of Commerce
NewsDo TellAmerican allies extol their gay-inclusive militaries
NewsStrained GlassBullet holes at MCCDC trigger little alarm, big bill
BooksTwisted SisterChristopher Rice's new novel packs in so many twists and turns, it ventures into the realm of unbelievability
MusicGood StuffAfter a 16-year absence, the B-52s has never sounded better, proving they're still tops in the party-rock business
OperaThe DamnedAlthough wonderfully sung by the core ensemble, Washington Opera's 'The Flying Dutchman' feels a little under-rehearsed
StageWeb SingerSignature kicks off their Kander & Ebb Celebration with a stunning 'Spider Woman,' while 'The Price' is just all right
StageWhite HotIn 'Stunning,' playwright David Adjmi grapples with the dirt, ambiguity and wonder of human relations
GearsGearsNot Just Another Wild Hare
MoneyThe DP FilesD.C. domestic partners can file taxes jointly -- if they choose
OpinionWages of SinCommentary: Stonewall Baby
HoroscopeHoroscopeMarch 20-26, 2008
Last WordLast WordIn this week's GLBT-related headlines: Rep. Kern's son, skater Johnny Weir, REM's Michael Stipe, Pennsylvania, Connecticut
Snapshots Capital Queer Prom Almas Temple Ward Morrison
Snapshots Flashback at Cobalt Cobalt Ward Morrison
Snapshots 1409 Playbill Café's 10th Anniversary 1409 Playbill Cafe Ward Morrison
Snapshots Addison Road and The Academy's Glitter Gala Apex Ward Morrison

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