All posts tagged "publications"

  • Todd Franson and Scott Brooks: Uncovered at Anacostia Arts Center

    Todd Franson and Scott Brooks join forces with a new exhibit showcasing their years of cover work for Metro Weekly

  • Editor’s Letter: Lucky 21

    As anyone who knows me well can tell you, I’m not big on anniversary issues. When we hit 20 last year, well, that was a...

  • Annuals of Spring

    Anyone familiar with my writings round these parts already knows that I am solipsism central, so I'll just jump right to the point and say...

  • Privilege Matters

    That I've had a lot of experience of casual racism doesn't come as much of a surprise given my rural Southern background. I grew up...

  • GLAAD for Geidner

    While New York may be the city that never sleeps, Saturday, March 24, was particularly busy with the gay agenda. Sure, there was that infamous...

  • A Sudden Loss

    For regular readers of Metro Weekly or the Washington Blade, it's a good chance that Gary Teter handled more than one of the magazines or...

  • New Hampshire’s largest paper won’t print gay couple’s legal wedding announcement [video]

    ”While the law sanctions gay marriage, it neither demands that churches perform them or that our First Amendment right to choose what we print be...

  • Radical Retelling

    In July, Kushaba Moses Mworeko, a Ugandan seeking asylum in the United States on the basis of sexual orientation, told his story to Metro Weekly....

  • 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...

  • Marilyn Geewax

    When she's not working as the national economics correspondent for Cox Newspapers' Washington Bureau, Marilyn Geewax enjoys looking at food. ''I become delirious at the...

  • Eric Hegedus

    Eric Hegedus didn't really need the National Lesbian and Gay Journalists Association -- but, oh, how he wanted it. A 1984 graduate of Penn State,...

  • Friends and Front Pages

    As the National Lesbian and Gay Journalists Association brings its national convention back to D.C., my travel plans have me elsewhere. That's unfortunate, as I...

  • Praise for Padget

    Jonathan Padget, a former Metro Weekly staff writer and contributing playwright/composer to the 2007 Capital Fringe Festival, recently earned honors at his current spot as...

  • Grand Central Fire

    Steve Ladlow was walking outside of the four- and five-story neighboring buildings that house Grand Central, the gay nightclub he manages in Baltimore, when he...

  • Sean Bugg

    Writing about federal tax issues upon coming to Washington in 1989 with a journalism degree did not suck the life out of Sean Bugg. But...

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