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Thursday, October 11, 2012 - Wednesday, October 17, 2012

Feature StoryHis Brother's KeeperCarrying the legacy begun by his younger brother, straight ally Patrick Burke's mission is to make all sports a place where You Can Play
Feature StoryThey Are the ChampionsTeam DC honors athletic array at 2012 recpetion
Feature StorySporty ScholarsTeam DC continues scholarship program with six new stars
NewsGLAA and Stein Ready for RacesWith endorsements and ratings, LGBT groups assess the Nov. 6 field with Mendelson coming out on top
NewsGallaudet President Says He Wants McCaskill To ReturnTuesday statement follows diversity officer being placed on administrative leave for signing petition to put Maryland marriage-equality law on November ballot
NewsWeekend of AwardsUs Helping Us and The DC Center roll out the honors
NewsWashington Brothers Trial BeginsPair accused of assaulting lesbians in July 2011 Columbia Heights incident
NewsMontgomery Indictment Expected by Next MonthMan accused of killing Deoni Jones expected to stand trial soon, while defense wants bond status reconsidered
NewsEquity RisingD.C.-based International Federation of Black Prides announces expanded mission as Center for Black Equity
NewsCAGLCC Makes the ListWashington Business Journal ''Book of Lists'' adds local LGBT chamber
NewsBaltimore Anti-Marriage Fliers Target Race''Jump the Broom'' effort possibly connected to consultant convicted in 2010 voter-suppression effort
NewsHeritage and IdentityLHP's Esther Hidalgo celebrates her roots, her activism and her community with an invitation
NewsShining a Light on Question 6Maryland marriage-equality supporters employ nontraditional campaign
ArtDiva DelightsExhibit offers artifacts, insight into women's influence on pop music
DiningHail to the ChefsD.C.'s most-celebrated chefs support marriage equality
FilmSurvival InstinctsThe magnificent ''How to Survive a Plague'' serves as a stunning reminder that at its darkest hour, the gay community banded together to save itself
MusicNina's LegacyMeshell Ndegeocello pays tribute to Nina Simone in her own way
OpinionFields of DreamsThe You Can Play project reminds us that for gays playing sports, it doesn't matter what you play, what matters is that you can play
OpinionSmirking and Magical ThinkingThere is too much at stake to entertain absolutes or allow lies to go unchallenged
EventsCampus PoliticsProfessor Joy Ladin brings her memoir of transition to DCJCC
BusinessNew Directions in the Old DominionLGBT business is the focus for CAGLCC VA's launch event at Bloomingdale's at Tysons Corner
Coverboy InterviewCoverboy: TimMulti-Talented Marylander

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