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The DC Center presents its 5th annual OutWrite: LGBT Book Fair this weekend, among other events in the District
Two D.C. festivals, at Dance Place and Round House, offer lineups of super-short pieces
A new exhibit at Hillwood shines a light on Japan's elegant take on Art Deco
After Todrick Hall was voted off American Idol, he found a better path to his own personal Oz. He found YouTube.
Daniel Phoenix Singh pays homage to pioneering Jewish American choreographer Anna Sokolow
With House of Cards In Concert, Jeff Beal hopes to lure the Netflix crowd to the symphony
At the Old Time Banjo Festival, Sam Gleaves will be ringing in the gay
National exposure on Star Search gave jazz singer Spencer Day a career. Coming out in The Advocate nearly toppled it.
Nick Olcott brings Fidelio, Beethoven's only opera, to the InSeries at Atlas
This weekend's National Maker Faire at UDC is part of a movement to spur innovation -- and more soldering
Signature's La Cage Aux Folles is a spectacle with heart. And a lot of feathers, sequins and mascara.
A roundup of the many Pride-related party highlights on tap this weekend in D.C.
Be Steadwell serenades her "rapidly changing hometown"
Todd Franson and Scott Brooks join forces with a new exhibit showcasing their years of cover work for Metro Weekly
Dolly Parton may -- or may not -- speak out against anti-LGBT legislation at this Friday's North Carolina concert
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