Metro Weekly

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  • Make It Legal

    Washington, D.C.'s Domestic Partnership registry, administered by the Department of Health's Vital Records Division, is the biggest legal step, so far, that gay and lesbian...

  • Heavenly Honeymoons

    Whether you tied the knot in a giant church ceremony or quickly ducked in to the domestic partner registration office, you don't want to skip...

  • Post It

    If your sense of social duty dictates that you announce your wedding in the pages of The Washington Post, it's going to be separated from...

  • Taking the Lead

    Photography by Todd Franson For some people, the southeast Washington area between South Capitol and Eighth Street along the Navy Yard is a place to...

  • Royal Treatment

    Photography by Michael Wichita If Aussie actress Nicole Kidman winds up taking the Oscar for her portrayal of Virginia Woolf in The Hours, it turns...

  • A Helping Hand

    Photography by Michael Corelison The young woman with the neon-strawberry-colored hair drops a small business card in front of Larry Stansbury and rushes off. On...

  • Man of The Hours

    Photography by Michael Wichita Michael Cunningham likes genre fiction -- spy stories, romances, thrillers, sci-fi. Stuff you'd buy in an airport along with a copy...

  • Showing Some Skin

    Photography by Michael Wichita Between the ASGRA gay rodeo and leather weekend, the gay community ensures that D.C. will experience an influx of both chaps...

  • What's in a Word?

    GLAA's Rick Rosendall (Photo by Michael Wichita) Are you now, or have you ever been, a homosexual? Or do you prefer the more modern appellation,...

  • Born Again

    Photography by Michael Wichita In many ways, December 27 was a bigger day for the tabloids than the medical community. The news of the world's...

  • First Lady of Leather

    Photography by Todd Franson ''Many times, I see people who I call ‘sniffers.' They come to the hotel where MAL is held and look around...

  • High Times

    When Arthur Cotton Moore first pulled up to The Cairo in 1974, two men were carrying a corpse out the front door as casually as...

  • So They Say

    Offensive and inspiring. Outrageous and reserved. Perplexing and inspiring. Those are just a few of the ways to describe the outpouring of words MW captured...

  • 2002 in Pictures

    Over 350 photos are featured in this week's printed edition of Metro Weekly. Click on the links below to view photos from our many events...

  • Robb Keffer

    Photography by Jeff Code “I love Samurai Jack and Powerpuff Girls. I’m not such a big fan of Space Ghost, but I watch it anyway....