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Thursday, June 17, 2010 - Wednesday, June 23, 2010

Feature StoryPride's RainbowLast weekend's 35th annual Capital Pride offered its largest-ever parade and an unforgettable festival
NewsLimited Leave (Updated)Labor Department changes to family leave policy expected on Wednesday will allow for coverage of same-sex partners' children
NewsNews Analysis: Case ClosedThe Proposition 8 trial in California may take years to go through the courts, but the arguments show how far marriage equality has come
NewsEnding With a BangThe Wone trial draws closer to an end, but no nearer to answers
NewsVirginia Man MissingFamily alerts police to disappearance of Edward Minnoe, last seen Sunday night at Ziegfeld's/Secrets
NewsEmpowered in Mount PleasantLa Clinica del Pueblo welcomes gay youth to new drop-in center
NewsFounder's Fight EndsJerome Sikorski, a founder of Whitman-Walker Clinic, dies at 69
NewsDOJ Dollars for D.C.New federally funded campaign promotes healthy LGBTQ relationships locally
NewsNOM's Deep PocketsMarriage foes funding local anti-equality candidate
NewsSudden DepartureHader's resignation leaves city's HIV/AIDS office in temporary hands
FilmUnsaintly ActionsReed Cowan's documentary about the Mormon influence on Proposition 8 is uneven but jarring in its overall message
FilmTrue StoriesThere are several documentaries of particular interest to the LGBT community in this year's Silverdocs festival
FilmSpiritual CinemaLocals launch first BuddhaFest film festival
MusicElectro BuzzIt's hard to imagine any dance-pop singer this side of Pink willing to be as bold as Robyn on the sensational ''Body Talk''
StageDiva DuelThe Trevor Project's James Lecesne stars with Lypsinka in a new adaptation of Legends!
StageSuffragette CityGeorge Bernard Shaw's Mrs. Warren's Profession speaks with a timeless and, on occasion, starkly insightful voice
ClublifeCreating JoyRic Sena has produced New York's Alegria for 10 years
OpinionFamily FeudingCampaign season is the perfect time to remember that in the big picture, we're on the same side
OpinionThe Wedding SingerElton John can play wherever he wants, but he should expect a well-deserved furor
HoroscopeHoroscopeJune 17-23, 2010
VideoDC Cowboys: Lady Gaga medley [video]Washington's famous dance company performs to pop idol's hits at Capital Pride
VideoThe Wright Stuff [video]Chely Wright speaks to the crowd at Capital Pride and performs her song Damn Liar
VideoParading Our Pride [video]Capital Pride's 2010 parade was the biggest in its 35 year history
Snapshots Trans Pride The Madison Hotel Ward Morrison
Snapshots Capital Pride's Underwear Fashion Show and Auction Presented with Universal Gear and JR.'s Ward Morrison
Snapshots Capital Pride 35th Anniversary Party Zentan Restaurant / Donovan House Hotel Ward Morrison
Snapshots Capital Pride Heroes & Endgendered Spirit Awards The Madison Hotel Ward Morrison
Snapshots Capital Pride's Official Closing Party Washington Hilton Hotel Ward Morrison
Snapshots Capital Pride Women's Concert and Party 9:30 Club Brian Walker
Snapshots The 2010 Capital Pride Parade Dupont Circle to Logan Circle, 17th Street, and P Street, Washington, D.C. Photography by Todd Franson, Cavin Le, Randy Shulman and Ward Morrison
Snapshots The 2010 Capital Pride Festival Pennsylvania Avenue NW, Washington, DC Photography by Todd Franson, Cavin Le, Ward Morrison and Randy Shulman

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