Metro Weekly

News + Politics

  • Granting Entry

    Brother Help Thyself (BHT) announced on June 2 that it has begun taking applications for grants from organizations that serve the GLBT and HIV/AIDS communities...

  • Rowing Your Boats

    Continuing to grow the city's annual Stonewall Regatta, the local GLBT rowing club, D.C. Strokes, on June 2 offered the 14th regatta with 22 rowing...

  • Up in Flames

    A video archive documenting more than 21 years of Washington's GLBT community was destroyed on Wednesday, June 6, when the apartment complex it was stored...

  • Gay in Court

    Attorneys from GAYLAW, a local organization of GLBT attorneys, made a bit of history Tuesday morning, as they were sworn-in to the Bar of the...

  • A Pride Trans-formation

    With new protections for transgender people going into effect in October 2006, Washington has the distinction of leading the country in protecting the transgender community...

  • Marching Forward

    There's something appropriate about all the uncertainty that surrounds this year's Dyke March. Just a few weeks ago, local folk singer Mara Levi found out...

  • Judge Hits D.C. Fire & Emergency Medical Services Agency

    More than a decade has passed since the since Tyra Hunter, a transgender D.C. woman, died. But correcting the transphobic and homophobic culture of the...

  • Power in numbers

    About 100 people gathered at the Westminster Presbyterian Church in Southwest Washington Thursday, May 17, for D.C. Fights Back's HIV/AIDS Speak Out. The goal: Start...

  • Debate Heats Up

    For those who could not make it to the May 16 town-hall meeting called by Councilmember Harry Thomas Jr. (D-Ward 5), at Bethesda Baptist Church...

  • Row Your Boat

    Out 2 Paddle, a gay rowing team sponsored by metropolitan Washington's Asian/Pacific-Islander Queers United for Action (AQUA), took the gold at the sixth annual Dragon...

  • Save the Clubs

    I do not spend much time in nude dancing clubs. I nonetheless defend them for several reasons: Because adults in an international city like Washington...

  • Safe Haven

    At 22, Gramoz Prestreshi says he now has a reason to live. ''I'm in a safe country,'' he says, ''I can be just who I...

  • Stein Dems Back Bill

    The regular May meeting of the Gertrude Stein Democratic Club, the primary voice of GLBT Democrats in the district, was billed as a chance to...

  • On the Red Carpet

    One in Ten, the organization that has produced the Reel Affirmations film festival in Washington for the past 16 years, among other events, raised over...

  • Whitman-Walker high school essay contest

    What can you do to stop the spread of HIV/AIDS in your community? That is the question Whitman-Walker Clinic is asking high school students (between...