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Grammy-winning DJ Tracy Young talks about her astounding career, her work with Madonna, and why Capital Pride is her favorite annual gig.
From official Capital Pride parties to select non-affiliated events, here's your guide to party hard during Pride week.
Kiki's Keaton Fedak envisions his new U Street bar as a vibrant, welcoming hub of a thriving gayborhood.
Developed with Dance Place, the show will feature pillars of D.C. nightlife that are part of a new queer pantheon.
After the passing of founder Jeffrey Sanker, Chris Diamond has taken the reigns to produce the first White Party since 2019.
The monthly party SoulDate, which fosters 1:1 connections between men seeking men, holds its second event on April 13.
Susan Morabito, Cherry's longest-running DJ, returns to play the Saturday afterhours as part of the event's 25th anniversary.
Celebrating its 20th Anniversary, the Green Lantern is one of the city's most beloved (occasionally shirtless) gay bars.
Whether you get shirtless on Thursdays to drink free, or dance upstairs to your favorite DJ, we want to hear your Green Lantern memories!
The cozy and comfortable Licht Cafe offers a chill new spot for the LGBTQ community.
Mz Worthy has a new identity, new attitude, new name, and new message.
Owners of queer Barracks Row venue As You Are Bar agreed a settlement with the local ANC to alleviate neighbors' concerns
Looking to ring in 2022? Here's a sampling of the best parties at LGBTQ and LGBTQ-adjacent bars in the D.C. region
Sherry Vine returns to sleigh at Crazy Aunt Helen's with a NSFW holiday treat.
"A Drag Queen Christmas," presented by Murray & Peter, returns bigger than ever, with inspiration from "Frozen"