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Bar owners are excited but awaiting further guidance about the District's plan to end COVID-19 restrictions on June 11.
The Grammy-nominated artist on coming out, creating music, and her latest album "Your Life Is A Record"
Jonathan Capehart, the host of MSNBC's The Sunday Show, gets candid about his life and views as a journalist.
Presidential historian Tim Naftali on how Donald Trump crashed his party, and what Joe Biden can do to reunite our nation.
A new comic features Peter Quill -- also known as Star-Lord -- in a polyamorous relationship
Posts urged followers to "get in the face" of "Marxist Democrats," throwing water on them and pushing them off sidewalks
Enjoy an Emmylou Harris livestream or the Birchmere's November offerings in our editor-selected picks
Roger Montoya says his past should not overshadow the good work he's done in the 30-plus years since starring in the films
Netflix's anthology series reflects the myriad ways people are staying connected, while forced to remain apart
Today's Pride Live event features a host of celebrities and activists helping to raise awareness and money for LGBTQ causes.
The best arts, entertainment, and eats in D.C. during social distancing
As Metro Weekly turns 26, we celebrate our photographer Todd Franson, who has helped to create and define the award-winning LGBTQ magazine's very essence.
To celebrate our 26th Anniversary, Metro Weekly highlights the work of Todd Franson, who as both its central photographer and longest-serving art director, has helped...
An out lesbian who is currently suing an Ohio sheriff’s office for discrimination defeated the man who fired her for the Democratic nomination for sheriff...
The spring and summer movies you need to see -- and a few you should definitely avoid.