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Thursday, August 2, 2012 - Wednesday, August 8, 2012

Feature StoryBuilding HomeThe National Building Museum is not your average museum and thanks to Martin Moeller, its home base often takes pride of place
Feature StoryNow On DisplaySelect exhibitions at DC area museums
Feature StoryThe World in WashingtonNational Geographic Museum puts it all in reach
Feature StoryFrom Europe, With CultureSeven European Exhibits You Should Not Miss
Feature StoryThe IMAX FactorWhen it comes to 60-foot tall IMAX screens, look to the Smithsonian
Feature StoryA Queen's Hidden TreasuresA selection of exhibits on permanent display every queen should visit
NewsD.C. Rolling Out Trans AdsGovernment-sponsored campaign aims to counter discrimination against transgender Washingtonians
NewsLHP Names New VPD.C.'s Latino GLBT History Project establishes new post, elects Esther Hidalgo
NewsTurkish Media Meet Gay PeersAs part of State Department tour, five journalists meet with gay press in D.C.
NewsTrial Date Set in Marine Stabbing CaseMarine accused of stabbing fellow Marine while using homophobic slurs scheduled for status hearing, jury trial
NewsSwim for Life Beats GoalDCAC's annual fundraiser nearly doubles 2011 effort, benefiting Metro TeenAIDS and others
NewsGrowing Support for Maryland Marriage EqualityNew poll shows majority back same-sex marriage, rising support from African-Americans, increasing intensity among marriage-equality advocates
NewsConstitutional CountdownNew moves add impetus to Supreme Court's date with marriage
NewsLisner Shines Light on HIV/AIDSDespite obstacles, activists see hope in the fight against the epidemic
NewsGlobal LGBT Briefs: Lebanon and LanguageGay theater raided in Beirut, while new Chinese dictionary omits most commonly used term for gays
NewsNational LGBT Briefs: Rust Belt Horror, Suspect Sermon And Teen ShabbatonMurder charges in lesbian triangle, Miami pastor faces public school eviction and Jewish LGBT teens and allies invited to Connecticut shabbaton
TVFight Back: 'Vito' on HBOA documentary as vibrant and argumentative as its subject
OpinionPlaying ChickenWe may prefer not to have a side of politics with our fast food, but Chick-fil-A doesn't leave us a choice
OpinionCops vs. CondomsHealth policies and police need to work together if they want to work best
EventsSizzling SidewalksFrom Waverly to Washington, MidCity Welcomes Dog Days
BusinessBreaking Through the CeilingLesbian-owned businesses are part of the women's movement's success, but face some unique challenges
Coverboy InterviewCoverboy: ShaneSon of the Shore
PollWhat will NASA's Curiosity find on Mars?Take our poll!
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