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D.C.'s LGBTQ bars grapple with and adapt to new restrictions banning indoor dining through mid-January.
DJ Matt Bailer is keeping his monthly dance parties alive through innovative virtual means
MAL is one of the LGBTQ leather community's oldest, most cherished, and popular annual events.
The longtime gay leather bar filed for bankruptcy in June, freezing its bank accounts and causing checks to bounce.
Heidi N Closet takes her rightful place among the dazzling queens reigning over "Pride Castle"
LGBTQ-friendly bars and restaurants have adapted to cope with the pandemic, and are all eager to get back to a "new normal"
DC Eagle employees on the legacy of the city’s oldest leather bar, and the alleged mismanagement that brought it down
The DC Eagle nightclub is the second Washington, D.C. LGBTQ bar to close its doors within a week
The drag and male dancer entertainment complex in Southwest D.C. is another victim to development
The hottest new club is your living room, as virtual nightclubbing takes off in the age of social distancing
BenDeLaCreme, Todrick Hall, Manila Luzon, and more offer a series of online drag performances
Werq the World's Livestream Drag Show kicks off April 4
As the COVID-19 pandemic hits hard, the industry shuts its doors to help combat the spread
Legendary DJ David Morales will make his debut at U Street Music Hall as part of the venue's 10th-anniversary celebration
Focusing on high-quality brews and a host of entertainment options, Red Bear Brewing Co. has become the go-to place in NoMa