All posts tagged "washington"

  • Racing for the Council

    When Mayor Anthony Williams decided not to pursue another term, there was trickle-down effect. With Council Chairman Linda Cropp and Councilmember Vincent Orange leaving behind...

  • The Shadow Knows

    Philip Pannell has given decades of service to various D.C. communities. He's worked for the city's Democratic Party and NAACP chapter. He's been an advisory...

  • Finding the Bridge

    It was an emotional appointment for Darlene Nipper and much of the district's GLBT community. Her predecessor, Wanda Alston -- the first to head Mayor...

  • Home Team

    The fourth in an occasional series of interviews and stories on the 2006 D.C. mayoral race. Michael A. Brown likes to get around the city....

  • Moving Forward

    The third in an occasional series of interviews and stories on the 2006 D.C. mayoral race. As the D.C. summer begins its annual shift into...

  • Zoo Story

    If you've ever been to the Duplex Diner at 18th Street and Florida Avenue, it's quite likely you already know Alex MacLennan. Maybe not well,...

  • Pride 2006

    View more Capital Pride Festival photos As the stormy weather dissipated at dusk on Friday, June 9, it left at least one rainbow over D.C....

  • Dedicated to D.C.

    During a town-hall forum focused on the state of the black GLBT community in Washington held earlier this month, a member of the audience asked...

  • Fired Up

    Clarence* J. Fluker wants everyone to be just as excited as he is. A tall order, perhaps, given his naturally enthusiastic and gregarious personality. But...

  • Trans-American

    When Ruby Corado arrived in the Washington area as an immigrant from El Salvador, she was a teenager. She was also male. ''What marked the...

  • Chair Apparent

    The second in an occasional series of interviews and stories on the 2006 D.C. mayoral and Council races. Linda Cropp It's definitely election season when...

  • Forever Annie's

    Some say it's a landmark. Some say it's an institution. Some call it a part of Washington's gay identity. Whatever Annie's Paramount Steakhouse is, there's...

  • Homefront

    Living Check to Check IN ONE OF THE MOST striking moments of 2005, Whitman-Walker Clinic announced in May that it would be unable to meet...

  • Smoke Saga

    Washington moved another step closer to banning smoking in all workplaces -- including bars and nightclubs -- following a 12-1 vote Dec. 6 in favor...

  • Courting the Community

    The first in an occasional series of interviews and stories on the 2006 D.C. mayoral and Council races. You may be tempted to think that...

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