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  • Now Open

    The Concerned DC Providers Coalition, a group committed to improving the health of ''young transgender women of color and men of color who have sex...

  • Assault at HRC Store

    Sgt. Brett Parson, head of the Washington Metropolitan Police Department's special liaison units, including the Gay and Lesbian Liaison Unit (GLLU), and the Human Rights...

  • Grant Givers

    Brother Help Thyself, a community-based organizations that helps other non-profit organizations serving the GLBT and HIV/AIDS communities in Baltimore and D.C., gave away more than...

  • Tragedy in Woodbridge

    Darius Cooke no longer sleeps in the bed he once shared with Keith Jamar Truesdale, his partner of nearly two years. Until he moves out...

  • Church Lady

    When Rev. Christine Wiley took her turn to speak at a recent HIV/AIDS town-hall meeting called to address the alarming data recently cited in a...

  • Last Word

    ''You would need a magnifying glass to see any real or substantive differences between the three candidates.'' -- Alan Van Capelle, executive director of the...

  • Living Single

    I am, at heart, an introvert. It's not that I don't have friends (I have a few) or don't like people (some of you are...

  • Going for Barack

    ''We are one people.'' It is easy to say, but we have struggled over it for 232 years. The charismatic speaker, who once wrestled with...

  • Wishing Will

    My first plan for the new year was to send Mayor Fenty a subscription to Monocle, the fabulous new magazine from the same empire that...

  • A Friend's Passing

    Rev. John Mack died at George Washington University Hospital on Tuesday, Jan. 15, eight weeks after developing High Altitude Pulmonary Edema (HAPE) and pneumonia while...

  • Tennis Trophy

    The Capital Tennis Association (CTA), the organizer of an annual gay tennis tournament in Washington, donated $19,500 to the Washington AIDS Partnership, on Wednesday, Jan....

  • Latino Outreach

    The Latino History Project is encouraging Web site developers, logo artists and event volunteers to join the organization during its upcoming retreat at Whitman-Walker Clinic's...

  • Searching for Answers

    About 70 people gathered for nearly three hours the evening of Tuesday, Jan. 15, at an HIV/AIDS Town Hall Meeting seeking to rekindle some of...

  • Sink or Swim

    When he was in his 50s, Don Kilhefner started having difficulty getting out of bed in the morning. ''I felt depressed,'' the Los Angeles psychologist...

  • Medical Check-In

    Nearly 30 years to the day of the Whitman-Walker Clinic being officially chartered -- Jan. 13, 1978 -- the clinic held a press conference. The...

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