All posts tagged "hispanic"

  • Dimas Natividad, Albuquerque, N.M.

    Dimas Natividad Dimas Natividad has never been to Washington before. But that's not to say he's not interested in politics. At 19, the sophomore student...

  • Three of a Kind

    Pride in Washington is not just a weekend affair. Everyone knows the big Capital Pride Parade and Festival -- June 13 and 14, respectively, along...

  • José Ramirez

    Growing up as a teenager in Durham, N.C., was not easy for José Ramirez. He remembers the embarrassment of the school bus arriving some mornings,...

  • Tomas Cabrera

    Tomas Cabrera (Photo by Jeff Code) When last we visited Tomas Cabrera, the 23-year-old was teaching group exercise classes in Seven Corners and pursuing a...

  • Life's a Drag

    Dito van Reigersberg has made a name for himself in Philadelphia, a founder of that city's Pig Iron Theatre Company. Pig Iron performances have earned...

  • Exposure to Art

    Local artist Frank Muzzy is literally exposing himself for this year's Art for Life, the annual Whitman-Walker Clinic art auction benefit. A noted painter of...

  • Muffins for Minors

    The Sexual Minority Youth Assistance League's (SMYAL) 11th Annual Fall Brunch, the organization's main fundraiser, is scheduled to kick off with a silent auction at...

  • Latino Art and Honors

    The Latino GLBT History Project (LHP) commemorates Hispanic Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Heritage Month with ''Presente,'' an exhibit chronicling D.C.'s gay Latino history. The...

  • Javier Morgado

    In middle school, Javier Morgado was obsessed with local TV news. ''I remember watching in the afternoon and being completely obsessed with how it...

  • Latin Infused

    Before Dan Guerrero even wrote a one-man show detailing his experiences as a gay Latino in show business, he promptly trademarked the show's title. ''My...

  • Budding Prides

    Unity might be key in celebrating Capital Pride. There is, however, also something special about celebrating what might set a group apart, says SaVanna Wanzer,...

  • From Canvas to Cafe

    There is no doubting that Cuban-born Jorge Zamorano is a passionate man. The proof is not solely in his Banana Café, which this year marks...

  • Latino Outreach

    The Latino History Project is encouraging Web site developers, logo artists and event volunteers to join the organization during its upcoming retreat at Whitman-Walker Clinic's...

  • Half Off

    It's that time of year, the tail end of it that demands the resolutions. One of the most common in the wealthier parts of the...

  • First Runner-Up: Jhimy Diaz

    Jhimy Diaz Jhimy Diaz was 22 when he decided to leave his native Peru for ''a new life'' in the United States. And while he...

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