The works of Stephen Sondheim, who died Nov. 26, 2021, at 91, often served to bring people together. Here is one such tale.
A year ago, COVID-19 shut down the United States. How has the past year changed our lives? A Metro Weekly Reader's Forum.
Donald Trump remains a threat to democracy every day he remains in office, writes Rea Carey.
As we close out this most challenging of years, we asked our readers if they still felt festive
We asked the LGBTQ community (and its allies) about the election, Biden and Trump, and why everyone should vote.
To Donald Trump, Mitch McConnell, and Amy Coney Barrett, democracy is only valuable when it's made in their own image.
Now is the time to vote for the change we so desperately want to see within this flawed democracy
The Capital Pride Alliance outlines its steps as it opens a new chapter on the meaning of Pride to the LGBTQ+ community.
It is time we finally made true amends for American sins if there is to be a future for the American Dream
The public demonstrations are more in line with Pride's roots than the parades that have been canceled due to COVID-19.
As COVID-19 takes hold in America, we asked the LGBTQ community how they're coping
Please consider the following tips to help keep yourself, your loved and the community healthy
According to one Republican, "the only people left are the weirdest, kookiest, crunchiest Trumpistas"
Decriminalizing sex work is a step that can start a monumental series of changes in our community
At Whitman-Walker Health, and in the Gender Affirming Care team in particular, we know that shame and stigma steal the quality of our health and...