How will 2019 compare to the terrible year that just ended? We asked our readers.
Every D.C.-area event you need to know about in 2019
13,000 photographs to remember a year of LGBTQ community events and celebrations in DC, Maryland and Virginia
If 2017 was the year of stunned silence and erosion of LGBTQ rights, 2018 was the year we rallied the troops and charged
Highlights from features and cover stories appearing in the pages of Metro Weekly throughout 2018
Since coming out, much has changed for the country singer. What hasn't changed is her way with words.
Arena Stage's Indecent marks the acclaimed director's return as an influential champion of LGBTQ theater
For World AIDS Day, Us Helping Us executive director DeMarc Hickson talks about sex, stigma, and the need for education.
Pia Carusone and Whit Kathner on running D.C.'s only queer- and women-owned distillery
With "Boy Erased," author Garrard Conley and director Joel Edgerton shine a spotlight on the horror of conversion therapy
Every film at this year's Reel Affirmations reviewed!
The iconic comic riffs on current events ahead of her Nov. 3 tour stop at Strathmore
It took ten years for Rupert Everett to bring his magnificent Oscar Wilde opus, "The Happy Prince," to the screen. It was worth the wait.
The Award-winning actress and LGBTQ icon spoke to Metro Weekly ahead of her Kennedy Center show
Todrick Hall opens up about searching for love, conquering setbacks, and embracing success