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  • Family Ties

    Kristen Coury's Friends and Family is an ultra-bubbly, ultra-frothy comedy of errors in which stereotypes -- both gay and straight -- are given the full...

  • Soundwaves

    GRAMMY SLAP-UP... The Grammy Awards are supposed to celebrate the year's most creative music, not just the year's most popular. But of course the ceremony...

  • Truly Yours

    Dear Lena, I am a forty-something transgender living in D.C. I have a very good job, my own home, etc. I guess you can say...

  • Upscale Downtown

    Great American cuisine with an emphasis on freshness and imagination is given a new spin downtown. There's always excitement when a new restaurant opens, especially...

  • Unfriendly Skies

    With all the drama over terrorism and airport security since September 2001, it's easy to forget that plain old-fashioned homophobia can also ruin a good...

  • Cautious Optimism

    ''Make no mistake: This is a big deal, a good thing,'' Bill Clinton said last week, praising the new $15 billion international AIDS initiative President...

  • Soundwaves

    LASGO LIVE!… “Follow You,” a song on Some Things (Robbins) sounds remarkably similar to Sonique's “Sky” of a few years ago. Lasgo's version has none...

  • Game Over

    It's the end of the world as we know it, and Beckett doesn't feel so fine Scraping by: Terrill (Photo by Bruce Robey ) Where...

  • Greek Orthodox

    Greek Wedding is so predictable, it's comfort cinema, while K-19 operates without a plot Every attempt I made to see Daredevil last week was thwarted....

  • Fly Guys

    Photo Illustration: Michael Wichita Russ Capps In rural Missouri, gay high schooler Howard Crabtree wants nothing more than to get together a group of friends...

  • Busch League

    If you've seen Psycho Beach Party -- either the wild and wacky Source Theatre production of more than a decade ago or the more subdued...

  • Space Age Plastic

    Photograph by Michael Wichita ''The missile knows where it is at all times. It knows this because it knows where it isn't by subtracting where...

  • Turkish Treat

    Since Spring 2002, Café Divan has become a wonderful showcase for Turkish cuisine, affording us a taste of Istanbul Step inside Café Divan -- you'll...

  • Keep Moving

    Round House can't quite get a grip on problematic Pavilion, while Irish ''dramedy'' falls flat at Kennedy Center Present tense: Lodge, Beard and Shields. (Photo...

  • Light Touch

    America's ''Romantic Piano Sensation'' stays true to placid form on his latest release Pianist-composer Jim Brickman is at his best when he keeps it simple...

  • Novel Idea

    Louis Harris (Photo by Michael Wichita) ''It's like a 17th Street Tales of the City,'' says Lambda Rising manager Jane Troxell when customers ask about...

  • Electro's Generator

    Danny Hunt offers an uncharacteristically simple explanation for electro's elevation as our era's most creative dance style. Electro -- or electroclash if you prefer --...

  • Getting Started

    Businesses marked with an asterisk are recommended by couples profiled in this story. Publications and Websites The Essential Guide to Lesbian & Gay Weddings by...

  • 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...

  • 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...