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As Awesome Con makes an epic return to D.C. this weekend, so do its thousands of cosplayers, many of them LGBTQ
An unprecedented display of unity among more than a dozen D.C. area theaters is intended to protect performers, staff, and patrons.
LGBTQ bar owners weigh in on what the mask mandate means for them, as well as why they’re asking for proof of vaccination.
A year ago, COVID-19 shut down the United States. How has the past year changed our lives? A Metro Weekly Reader's Forum.
As we close out this most challenging of years, we asked our readers if they still felt festive
The finalists in APO's third annual NextGen competition have plenty to say about music, song, and life during quarantine
As COVID-19 takes hold in America, we asked the LGBTQ community how they're coping
We asked the artists of Awesome Con's "Pride Alley" what sets their LGBTQ work apart
Spring theater is filled with the sound of musicals
Foul-mouthed superheroes, guilt-riddled men and an Irish boy with a knack for music make our top ten list
Stuck for a last minute gift idea? We have six great solutions for the arts (and leather) aficionado in your life
Live theater, plays and musicals in the Washington, D.C. region
A look at all the films playing in the upcoming Reel Affirmations LGBT film festival.
Short on length, big on impact, these gay films are a must-see