Events

  • Unconventional Queer Fest

    After years of producing a queer prom, Eboné Bell decided to kick things up a notch and launch a full-day LGBT convention-type event. From workshops...

  • Zoo Story

    On Saturday, May 3, in addition to the usual draws — from pandas to monkeys — the National Zoo will also be overrun with animals...

  • Washington Wordsmith

    “People think it’s karaoke, but it’s not karaoke,” Regie Cabico says about the weekly variety show he runs at Black Fox Lounge. “You really do...

  • Toasting the Travelers

    Every year National Geographic Traveler magazine receives, according to the magazine's George Stone, ''lots of cool letters from passionate individuals telling us about their travels...

  • Supportive Synagogue

    A year ago Gil Steinlauf, leader of the oldest and largest Conservative synagogue in Washington, took a stand for gay rights. Writing in the Jewish...

  • Getting Crafty

    ''If you go to the mall, things are starting to look a little bit haggard,'' Deann Verdier says. ''People are shopping and picking over things.''...

  • Jolly Holidays

    It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas, and right now every arts organization and venue in the Washington area is gearing up to offer...

  • Libation Laps

    Between the recent AIDS Walk Washington and the Marine Corps Marathon, quite a few spectators might be inspired to move their feet. But if the...

  • Good Fortune

    ''I'm trying to make it good fortune and not bad fortune,'' Emily Fortune Feimster teases about the family name that she uses as her first...

  • Memoirandum

    This Monday, June 10, at Harman Hall, comic actress Rachel Dratch will read from celebrity autobiographies -- just not her own. ''Actually, when I was...