Metro Weekly

Events

  • Pack Mentality

    Pixie Windsor started her business in Adams Morgan, and still loves living in that neighborhood. But…. ''MidCity is just really what's happening right now,'' says...

  • Having a Ball

    In a way, the June 21 Night Out at the Nationals was just a warm-up, with Team DC now running down the court to the...

  • The Tweet Life

    Broadway, take note: Lizz Winstead's big dream in life is to play Martha in a revival of Edward Albee's Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? ''That...

  • Cheers to Beer

    While living in England nearly 30 years ago, Garrett Oliver developed a taste for beer. Real beer. Not beer mass-marketed in America, or what he...

  • Marriage Convenience

    Mayor Gray may have taken time out March 3 at the Covenant Baptist United Church of Christ to mark the one-year anniversary of marriage equality...

  • Adult Swim

    ''I will never wear a dress,'' says Eboné Bell. The 29-year-old, who describes herself as ''more masculine or butch'' than your typical woman, gave up...

  • Marine Life

    While being discharged from the military just for being gay can deal a gut-wrenching blow to a member of the armed forces, it's certainly nice...

  • Bully for That

    ''It just broke my heart, and I felt a little helpless,'' says Eboné Bell of last fall's spate of news stories surrounding gay teen suicides....

  • Artistic in Arlington

    ''Artisphere is the kind of place where you come and hang out, bring your friends, find new friends,'' says Norma Kaplan, division chief of Arlington...

  • Hitched to Hillwood

    ''With the passage of the bill to legalize same-sex marriage in D.C., it just seemed like a great time to celebrate that newfound right for...

  • Blocks Party

    The construction that had crowded parts of 17th Street NW since December is gone. Accordingly, it's time to celebrate. This Saturday's 17th Street Festival does...

  • Thrill Seekers

    Planet Snoopy will be closed next Saturday night, Sept. 11, during Brother Help Thyself's annual outing at Kings Dominion. '' is for the kids......

  • Qomedy's Queen

    Fifteen years ago, Carol Leifer wrote an episode of Seinfeld in which the character Elaine Benes tries to get a gay man to ''change teams.''...

  • Comedy for a Cause

    ''I had gotten into a big argument with one of the local ANCs about gay marriage, religion and politics,'' says Sampson McCormick. ''And then I...

  • Campy Olympics

    A wig relay. A banana-eating contest. A Crisco-covered egg toss. ''The whole concept of the event was a kind of campy, sort-of off-color field day,...