All posts tagged "washington post"

  • 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...

  • Life After Meth

    When five o'clock arrived on Friday afternoon, my 64-hour vacation began. First priority: to hit the Internet for a hot guy to host. Perhaps 12...

  • Searching for STDs

    Twelve months ago, almost to the week, gay men were hearing the alarm about STDs on the horizon: a new ''super strain'' of HIV and...

  • Where Do We Fit?

    With the November elections five weeks past, people are finally turning away from electoral discussions. Who could blame the voters on the losing side if...

  • Wedded Bliss

    The history of romance is filled with eloquent phrases and evocative sweet nothings that resonate between the hearts of lovers. ''FMM143 '' might not, at...

  • Post It

    If your sense of social duty dictates that you announce your wedding in the pages of The Washington Post, it's going to be separated from...

  • Post Gay

    A bit of clarification: This is a story about Hank Stuever, a Washington Post Style section writer who, as it happens, is a gay man....

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