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  • Furies Collective house approved as D.C. historic landmark

    The D.C. Historic Preservation Review Board (HPRB) on Thursday unanimously approved the site of the Furies Collective, a lesbian feminist separatist collective, to become a...

  • Hunting for LGBT History

    While the federal government might stop, time marches on. In October, that truth may be particularly poignant for LGBT folks marking LGBT History Month. The...

  • National Register to Accept Kameny House

    The house and office belonging to recently deceased gay civil rights pioneer Frank Kameny will be added to the National Parks Service's Register of Historic...

  • Washington Blade Ends 40-Year Run

    It was just a month ago that the Washington Blade celebrated 40 years of operations as the area's LGBT newspaper. That celebration could not have...

  • One Man's Mark

    During his final days Larry Stansbury didn't quite resemble the dedicated community activist and organizer so many in the D.C. area remember. Lying in a...

  • Good-Bye Girls

    Barbara Chinn (Photo by Patsy Lynch) Despite the anticipation of the Jan. 20 change in presidential administrations, generally much welcomed by the GLBT community, there...

  • Discovering Our Past

    As a child in rural Illinois, Mark Meinke read the Seven Pillars of Wisdom, T.E. Lawrence's account of his time spent with the Arab Revolt...

  • Southeast Memories

    There was no body to mourn inside the meeting room of the Charles Sumner School in Northwest last Thursday, Feb. 28. But for the crowd...

  • Gone, Never Forgotten

    Members of the GLBT community and allies are invited to attend ''Before the Ballpark: Remembering What We Had in SE,'' at 6:30 p.m., on Thursday,...

  • Locating Linder

    Nearly three years ago, Feb. 20, 2005, Geraldine ''Jerrie'' Linder passed away. At 83, it was no surprise that she died of natural causes. What...

  • Facial Expressions

    You probably know their names. You may even personally know some of the 28 people featured in the Rainbow History Project's new exhibit of portraits,...

  • Coffee Talk

    Grant P. Thompson is not HIV-positive. But 20 years ago, everyone in the gay community -- positive or negative -- was affected by the burgeoning...

  • One Step at a Time

    The 2005 Parade curves around Dupont Circle(Photo by Randy Shulman/Metro Weekly) Last year, Capital Pride celebrated a milestone birthday, turning 30. Now it's the parade's...

  • The Pink Past

    For most, January is an obvious time to stop and reflect on the passage of time as we say good-bye to one year and welcome...

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