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A multi-night virtual series, the annual awards celebrate and honor D.C.'s "incredible" theater community
$75,000 in grants to be awarded to 32 area organizations honoring their work in the LGBTQ and HIV communities
Alfonso Cuarón's lush new drama won four top honors, while Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga took acting.
Queer-themed or LGBTQ-produced television shows won big over the weekend, bringing home at least 12 awards at the Creative Arts Emmys. The RuPaul’s Drag Race...
Brother, Help Thyself has begun accepting applications for grants and other awards, and will continue to accept them until 11:59 p.m. on Aug. 31. Each...
American Leatherwoman Jackie Thompson announced the landmark donation last week in honor of her late brother
BHT will provide $64,000 to local nonprofits that support LGBTQ people and those living with HIV/AIDS
Annual gala will honor those making significant contributions to the LGBTQ Pride movement
Mary's House and Black, Gifted and Whole among the top grant awardees
Powerful independent gay drama was the most nominated after La La Land.
Salome, Avenue Q and Yerma are the evening's biggest winning shows
Jeffrey Austin will be the musical act at the Capital Pride Heroes Gala on June 1. The Chicago native began singing at an early age, but put any musical aspirations on...
The Latino GLBT History Project (LHP) has announced the names of four women it will honor at its annual Women’s History Month celebration, “Mujeres en...
The American Military Partner Association (AMPA), the chief organization advocating on behalf of LGBT servicemembers, veterans and their families, announced on Thursday that they will...
The Capital Pride Alliance, which plans and carries out Washington’s annual Pride festivities, is accepting nominations for the Capital Pride Heroes and Engendered Spirit awards,...