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"Sadly, this year, we observe Pride Month as our nation cries out in pain and suffering," writes the Speaker of the House.
Tituss Burgess on his rash of new projects, his faith, his politics, and how he's being impacted by the pandemic.
Our picks of the best arts and entertainment in the D.C. area this week
On the FX vampire hit "What We Do in the Shadows," the gifted queer actor sinks his (wannabe) fangs into the art of deadpan
Harvey Guillén talks about What We Do in the Shadows, the importance of visibility, and embracing his authentic queer self.
Profish offers a host of convenient pickup locations and fresh, expertly cut selections
Raven-Symoné talks about her career and life. Also: Reviews, news, arts, culture, and selfies!
Andrew Lloyd Webber's iconic musical is free to stream on Friday, May 15
Dan Lanigan connects with the designers behind the costumes, sketches, and physical props of Disney classics
As we start our 26th anniversary year, we thank you for your readership, and for your support
As Metro Weekly turns 26, we celebrate our photographer Todd Franson, who has helped to create and define the award-winning LGBTQ magazine's very essence.
Artistic Director Simon Godwin hopes for a "chatty, informed, engaging exploration of why Shakespeare is great"
We celebrate the work of Todd Franson with a stunning array of 126 portraits from 1996 to 2020.
To celebrate our 26th Anniversary, Metro Weekly highlights the work of Todd Franson, who as both its central photographer and longest-serving art director, has helped...
Bright Light x2 is celebrating the LGBTQ community through his newest songs, one thrilling track at a time.