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  • Where to Live

    You don't need us to tell you that if you're looking for a place to live in D.C. you should check out Dupont and Logan...

  • Domestic District

    WALK ALONG 12TH Street NE, near the intersection with Newton Street, and Washington begins to feel downright homey. In this rather bucolic corner of the...

  • Fingers do the walking

    The Mayor's Office of LGBT Affairs announced recently the release of a comprehensive directory listing GLBT-related organizations, ranging from A Common Bond, a group for...

  • Mixed Schoolbag

    Continuing her introduction to the District, the new chancellor of the District of Columbia Public Schools (DCPS), Michelle Rhee, cleared her calendar Monday night to...

  • Relocation moves forward

    The D.C. City Council on Tuesday passed, after second reading, gay Councilmember Jim Graham's (D-Ward 1) heavily amended One-Time Relocation of Licensees Displaced by the...

  • A 'Fix-It' Job at D.C. Fire Department

    While attending college, Sgt. J.B. Wallace never intended to become a paramedic. It was only after she earned a bachelor of science in psychology and...

  • Capital Pride 2007

    Yes, that was Mayor Adrian M. Fenty marching and throwing bead necklaces at the Capital Pride Parade on Saturday, June 9. Fenty joined hundreds of...

  • Put on Your Pride

    It's kind of a no-brainer: Capital Pride is a community event. That doesn't explain why Whitman-Walker Clinic has been the sole producer of the event...

  • Hometown Heroes

    When it comes to the pageantry of parades, beyond the floats and marching bands, there is something romantic about the notion of ''grand marshals.'' That...

  • Relocation Reloaded

    Councilmember Jim Graham's (D-Ward 1) legislation to help nude-dancing, liquor-licensed venues displaced by they city's eminent-domain move to claim District land for a new baseball...

  • Building Bridges

    ''Building a bridge to a brighter future'' was the theme as a panel of Washington-area GLBT leaders took the stage at Studio Theatre to discuss...

  • Judge Hits D.C. Fire & Emergency Medical Services Agency

    More than a decade has passed since the since Tyra Hunter, a transgender D.C. woman, died. But correcting the transphobic and homophobic culture of the...

  • Power in numbers

    About 100 people gathered at the Westminster Presbyterian Church in Southwest Washington Thursday, May 17, for D.C. Fights Back's HIV/AIDS Speak Out. The goal: Start...

  • Stein Dems Back Bill

    The regular May meeting of the Gertrude Stein Democratic Club, the primary voice of GLBT Democrats in the district, was billed as a chance to...

  • Making History

    As the nation's capital or simply as an American city with infinite plots playing out at the local level, Washington, D.C., offers a great setting...

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