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The iconic D.C. leather bar, which filed for bankruptcy in June, is auctioning off its tradename and logo.
Come Spring, DC's Different Drummers will be sporting a fresh new logo and a new look in high-tech uniforms.
Whitman-Walker Health, the District’s federally-qualified community health center that specializes in HIV-related and LGBTQ competent health care services, will hold its annual Walk and 5K...
The 25-year-old man who pleaded guilty to first-degree murder for fatally shooting a transgender woman outside a local shopping center in 2015 has been sentenced...
School board insists that barring transgender students from single-sex facilities is needed to protect cisgender students' privacy
Longtime LGBTQ nightclub was slated to close in three weeks after being purchased by a developer last year
Charting an odyssey of classic gay erotica, from Arthur J. Bressan’s Passing Strangers to Wakefield Poole’s Boys in the Sand.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Equality Virginia will host its seventh annual Transgender Information and Empowerment Summit virtually from Wednesday, Oct. 14 to Saturday Oct....
Kenneth Gaughan is also accused of embezzling more than $400,000 from the Catholic Archdiocese of Washington
The longtime gay leather bar filed for bankruptcy in June, freezing its bank accounts and causing checks to bounce.
Rico LeBlond's guilty plea comes after a hung jury trial and a subsequent murder conviction that was later overturned
Sheriff's office alleges that the men attempted to rob the victim and stole his car after shooting him
Police found the body of Jose Escobar Menendez along a roadway in Sterling last Wednesday
At-home testing seeks to achieve District's goals that 90% of people with HIV know their status and are linked with treatment
Abbreviated application period, ending on Aug. 31, will give special consideration to racial and social justice-centric nonprofits