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  • A reigning DJ in gay clubland, Joe Gauthreaux aims to become a hit music producer as well

    A reigning DJ in gay clubland, Joe Gauthreaux aims to also become a hit music producer

  • New Roost for DC Eagle

    The owners of the DC Eagle, the D.C. area’s primary gay leather/levi bar that was forced to shutter its doors temporarily in January after its landlord...

  • Holiday’s Road

    “I didn’t know there was such a thing as a remix,” says Debby Holiday. “I had no idea. I’m a rocker.” The singer-songwriter laughs as...

  • DeLaCreme Rises

    Ben Delacreme comes to Town on Saturday

  • Life’s a Cabaret

    Joey Arias returns to L'Enfant Cafe, where "anything could happen"

  • Nellie’s New Top

    Just in time for some gorgeous D.C. weather, Nellie’s Sports Bar, at 900 U St. NW, has decided to ditch its outdoor, second-floor tent in...

  • Trigger Meets Tatooine

    Where have all the cowboys gone? Would you believe, Paula Cole, to Town? In fact, this Saturday, Town welcomes cowboys, drag queens and geeks —...

  • Cherry’s Blossom Is Back

    ”After such a brutal winter, D.C. deserves a special weekend,” says the Cherry Fund’s James Decker. Of course, the weekend he has in mind will...

  • New York Naughty

    ''Venues are very important. They really do make the identity of a party,'' says Mike Peyton, producer of New York's Black Party, set for Saturday,...

  • Velvet Town

    Ed Bailey can't say for certain that Thunderpuss's monster '90s-era club jams were first played publicly at D.C.'s Velvet Nation. ''I think that that's what...