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  • 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...

  • 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...

  • No Endorsement from Stein Club

    Members of Washington's Gertrude Stein Democratic Club were unable to reach a majority vote in selecting a candidate to endorse for the 2008 presidential elections...

  • Mautner Project Appoints New E.D.

    As the newly appointed executive director of the Mautner Project, Leslie J. Calman is hoping to double the health organization's budget, currently nearing $1 million,...

  • Marriage Buildup

    Lawmakers in Maryland finalized a definition for ''domestic partner'' last week to comply with a state law passed last year that requires insurance companies in...

  • Clinical Restructuring

    Whitman-Walker Clinic announced Jan. 10 that it will layoff more than 10 percent of its workforce as part of a ''restructuring'' of the long-time GLBT...

  • Domestic Bliss

    When I was 25 and at the height of my twinkie powers, the idea of settling down seemed romantic but unlikely. The idea of getting...

  • Roses for the Maestro

    When word came of Jim Holloway's death on Dec. 30, it brought back a flood of memories of this man who directed the Gay Men's...

  • An Ally's Death

    When Maryland's equal rights organization, Equality Maryland, approached democratic State Senator Gwendolyn T. Britt in September about being a lead sponsor of a bill that...

  • GLBT Affairs Releases 2007 Report

    Last year was a busy one for the Mayor's Office of GLBT Affairs, headed by Christopher Dyer and providing five basic services to D.C.'s GLBT...

  • Town Hall Set for HIV/AIDS

    Pointing to the District's dubious distinction as the nation's locality with the highest HIV-infection rate, several organizations are offering a town-hall meeting on Tuesday, Jan....

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