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No big cats, elephants, or dolphins have been harmed in the making of the show
Emeril Lagasse Jacques Pepin, Carla Hall and many of D.C’s best chefs will appear at the event
Local baker Kareem "Mr. Bake" Queeman is "so excited" for everyone to see him on the Discovery Family show
Dax's cosplay drags makes her the perfect host for an event centered entirely around cosplay
Chrys Matthews, Wicked Jezebel, Heather Mae and more perform at NOVA Pride Festival
Featuring artists and organizations, it's "like a big block party"
Two prominent theater companies host weekend open houses, attracting thousands to their neighborhoods
Fall Fest is "a neighborhood gathering, block party, back-to-school drive, health fair, and more"
TransLAW's annual "A Toast to TransLAW" is July 30 at Trade
Jeremy Gilston: "We definitely wanted to up the ante this year"
Want to learn how to defend yourself against verbal and physical harassment? There's a class for that.
Alexandria, Virginia is experimenting with creative ways to encourage people to get tested for HIV
"District of Pride" showcases queer artists in the D.C. area
Ricky Devine-White from New Zealand and Samarpan Maiti from India were runners-up
There's strong LGBTQ representation, particularly in theater offerings