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From themed cocktails to dining specials, 5 tasty accompaniments to the National Cherry Blossom Festival
Pantene celebrates the importance of hair as part of International Transgender Day of Visibility
Hope Boykin choreographs a world-premiere performance featuring George Mason dance students
The current spring season will last through May, featuring creatives in discussion with Hirshhorn curators
A year ago, COVID-19 shut down the United States. How has the past year changed our lives? A Metro Weekly Reader's Forum.
A homemade pesto that won't disappoint
Tina Turner takes a graceful, perhaps final, bow recounting her life and superstardom in HBO's documentary "Tina."
With a dedicated LGBTQ following, Shaw's Tavern offers quality comfort food in unexpected ways
Mara Keisling, the executive director of the National Center for Transgender Equality, will be retiring from her post sometime this summer.
Ten playwrights, including several LGBTQ writers, show how love can heal during isolation and unrest
Queer-friendly, globe-trotting party Glitterbox takes center stage, along with those who made it iconic
Queer art-rock performer's performance became an instant hit with fans, leading to this encore broadcast
The GOP's latest target is trans athletes, but HRC is highlighting the lack of evidence to support their legislation
Serpentwithfeet's second album is an intricate, beautifully realized vision of queer romance
In Netflix's "The Irregulars," Victorian Era street kids team with Holmes and Watson to prevent a supernatural apocalypse
Almost five years to the date of the passage of the HB 2 "bathroom bill," North Carolina lawmakers are pushing an anti-trans sports bill.
Analysis of the Boulder shooting suspect's Facebook page found posts opposing same-sex marriage, but no motive for the attack
The U.S. Senate made history when it confirmed Dr. Rachel Levine, a transgender woman, as Assistant Secretary of Health at HHS.
A new survey finds LGBTQ students at Christian colleges are more likely to experience harassment, assault, and other harms than their peers.
A Minnesota school district has agreed to pay $300,000, and adopt pro-transgender policies, as part of settling a lawsuit over locker room access.