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All posts tagged "chris farris"

  • 180 Days for Death

    Judge Rafael Diaz of the D.C. Superior Court sentenced Robert Lee Hannah to the maximum of 180 days, on Wednesday, Oct. 14, for ''simple assault''...

  • Prosecution Gives Charge Rationale

    The United States Attorney's Office for the District of Columbia (USAO-DC) has released a 14-page sentencing memorandum, outlining the government's reasoning in charging Robert Lee...

  • Plea-Bargain Backlash

    Chris Farris is just one of many people counting down the days until Wednesday, Oct. 14. That's the day that Farris, co-chair of Gays and...

  • Charge: Injustice

    A D.C. Superior Court grand jury has indicted Robert Lee Hannah with a misdemeanor assault charge for the Sept. 7, 2008, attack that left Tony...

  • Chief Check-In

    As the District gears up for this month's Capital Pride celebrations, a basement meeting room of the Foundry United Methodist Church at 1500 16th St....

  • GLOV Gears Up

    Five months have passed since Pedro Martins' gay twin brother, Durval Martins, was shot and killed at the corner of 11th and Q Streets NW...

  • Cracking Uranus

    ''It'll be like a talent show in space,'' says Shea Van Horn of Town's debut Crack party this Saturday, dubbed a ''Journey to Uranus.'' Van...

  • Meeting with the Mayor

    Last year was not a good year. Two reported homicides and several violent attacks against GLBT people in the District galvanized the community, leading several...

  • Fenty, Lanier Meet with GLOV

    Chris Farris and Todd Metrokin, co-chairs of the newly re-formed Gays and Lesbians Opposing Violence (GLOV), met with D.C. Mayor Adrian M. Fenty, Metropolitan Police...

  • Mayor Sets Meeting

    The recently re-formed Gays and Lesbians Opposing Violence (GLOV) is ending a seemingly violent 2008 with a commitment from Mayor Adrian Fenty to meet with...

  • Focus on Frustration

    Wes Della Volla wants to know why the man who was arrested on Oct. 1 for allegedly threatening to run over him and his boyfriend...

  • GLOV Presses Fenty

    The newly re-formed GLOV -- Gays and Lesbians Opposing Violence -- on Dec. 17 sent a letter to Mayor Adrian Fenty asking that he take...

  • Intersection Altercation

    The intersection of P and 15th Streets NW sits squarely in some of the District's gayest real estate. Accordingly, ''John'' and ''Mike,'' a 20-something gay...

  • Call To Action

    The Metropolitan Community Church of Washington held a full house on Sunday, Sept. 28, for a ''speak out'' and memorial event for a Tony Randolph...

  • Anti-Crime Encore

    A recently launched, grassroots effort to respond to violent attacks against members of the GLBT community made notable progress Monday evening, Sept. 22. Two weeks...