Thursday, July 14, 2011 - Wednesday, July 20, 2011

Feature StoryTeam WorkJoey Oldaker had a trusty team always by his side at Apex
Feature StoryFarewell to Badlands/ApexYour stories shared about one of DC's longest-running gay nightclubs
Feature StoryThanks for the MemoriesThe site of many ''firsts'' for scores of LGBT Washingtonians, the Badlands/Apex venue will live on in fond memories
NewsCourtly ConversationD.C. Superior Court judge accepts GLOV invitation, as Hannah gets 100 days for latest offense
NewsMarriage WarsIn 1996, DOMA went from being introduced to being passed by the House – and given the OK of the Clinton administration – in less than 10 weeks
NewsMaryland Marriage CoalitionOrganizations join forces in seeking marriage equality legislation in Maryland in 2012
NewsLawsuit SettledMetro Weekly co-publisher discusses deal with Post-Newsweek
NewsCommunity NeedsDC Trans Coalition releases summary findings of its first needs-assessment survey
NewsLast ThroesU.S. Court of Appeals wants to know who's left to defend DADT, even as certification to repeal the law may be imminent
FilmEverybody HurtsThe final Harry Potter is a blockbuster whose pain and mourning resonates through the franchise's length. Just avoid it in 3D
MusicSizzlin' Good StuffSignature Theatre offers a summer toast to cabaret
MusicKoz CelebreDave Koz's latest video features a ''love mob'' for marriage equality
StageRock OutIf you can stomach the cheese, the noise and the poop jokes, Rock of Ages has a couple gay twists that'll amuse
StagePounding FleshMerchant of Venice remains among the bard's most dreary plays.
OpinionSeason of DiscontentThere are debates to be had about the pace of progress, but it's impossible to deny that LGBT progress is being made
HoroscopeHoroscopeJune 14-20, 2011
Coverboy InterviewCoverboy: London
Snapshots Brent Everett at Town Town Danceboutique Ward Morrison
Snapshots A Badlands/Apex Retrospective Photographs from Badlands/Apex from 1996-2011 Thomas Castagnola, Michael Cornelison, Todd Franson, Jackie Hubschman, Kendra Kuliga, Henry Linser, Ward Morrison, Randy Shulman and Michael Wichita

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