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  • Environs

    WORK (IT) FROM HOME! Unique penthouse apartment at trendy 16th and U. Round living room w/ tons of windows, fireplace, telescope. Views of the monuments,...

  • Festival Booths and Vendors

    (In alphabetical order; as of press time; subject to change) 1-800-Gay-Live Adoptions Together Adventuring Affirmation: Gay & Lesbian Mormons Affordable Health Insurance Alexandria Gay and...

  • Capital Pride Parade

    (As of Metro Weekly press time; list subject to change) A/PI Queers United for Action (AQUA) AIDS Walk Washington All Souls Church Unitarian Amnesty International...

  • The Arts Corner

    The Gay Men's Chorus of Washington Emcee: Pam Jafari Noon - DCDD: DC Swing 1:00 - LGCW: Not What You Think 1:15 - DC Lambda...

  • The Week in Pride

    Wednesday, June 4 Mr./Miss Capital Pride Pageant Apex 1415 22nd Street NW 9 p.m. $10 The annual pageants of Capital Pride....

  • The 2003 Pride Festival

    Pepper Mashay returns to thrill the 2003 Pride audience. Main Stage Performance Update The entertainment begins at 11:30 a.m. Order of appearance subject to change....

  • Head of the Class

    Most gay characters on television may as well be impotent. That's not to say they're asexual, mind you. When the scriptwriter needs a campy wisecrack...

  • Capital Pride Heroes

    Each year, the Capital Pride Planning Committee selects a number of individuals to honor as Capital Pride Heroes. These honorees have gone above and beyond...

  • Ambiguously Gay

    Robbie Williams and Jay-Jay Johanson are finding it a challenge to make it in America, but remain popular in the gay arena Robbie Williams Escapology...

  • Inviting Italian

    Moderate prices, a warm welcome, and outdoor seating make Arucola the perfect spot to dine on a summer's eve. Now that the beautifully restored Avalon...

  • The Good and the Bad

    Danny takes self-involvement to numbing levels, while Yossi & Jagger delights with true romance One of the problems with narcissism as a character trait is...

  • Cho Time

    She's the one that we want: Cho. Margaret Cho can't be stopped. At 34 years old, she's spent half a life hopping from stage to...

  • Day of Tribute

    Christopher Neff of GLAA at the Tomb of the Unknowns (Photo by Michael Wichita) Standing on the stairs before the Tomb of the Unknowns in...

  • Graduation Gay

    Graduation has come and gone, releasing thousands of college students (at least three hundred of whom were mine) to test their bachelors' degrees in a...

  • Faces of Pride

    D.C. Black Lesbian and Gay Pride Day 2003, Sunday, May 25, Washington Convention Center A rainy weekend and a Code Orange security alert didn't stop...

  • Environs

    MAXIMUM HEADROOM! 10 ft ceilings, elevated doorjambs, deep tubs and high showers make this 2BR/2BA a dream for the vertically gifted. Faux fireplaces, original artwork,...

  • Hearsay

    It was a cold, rainy night outside, but Hearsay was high and dry last Saturday night, May 17, as it got up close and personal...

  • Soundwaves

    To the students in the Winter Semester “Advanced House DJs” seminar: School's out, and you're anxious to get to your next big gigs, or to...

  • Coastal Cuisine

    From fine to casual, the dining scene at gay mecca Rehoboth Beach remains as delectable and dependable as ever With the arrival of Memorial Day...

  • A Soldier's Story

    Despite occasional lapses into political diatribes, the core romance of Soldier's Girl fuels a tragic story The problem with political rants is they get pretty...