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D.C.'s LGBTQ bars grapple with and adapt to new restrictions banning indoor dining through mid-January.
Grants from fund are targeted for restaurants, taverns, and eateries experiencing financial stress due to COVID-19
LGBTQ-friendly bars and restaurants have adapted to cope with the pandemic, and are all eager to get back to a "new normal"
As the COVID-19 pandemic hits hard, the industry shuts its doors to help combat the spread
Larry Hogan says restrictions may seem extreme, but are needed because pandemic is "much worse" than expected
MXDC and El Rey are two local restaurants who are celebrating it big time
D.C. voters approve hourly wage hike for tipped workers.
Despite the sweltering heat of the early morning and the rain showers that dotted the afternoon, people on both sides of D.C.’s Initiative 77 continued...
Tempers flare over Initiative 77 as voters head to polls
A sneak peek of Baltimore's newest gay space!
A 21-year-old person has been hospitalized after being stalked by two men and shot in the Overbrook section of West Philadelphia, according to ABC Philadelphia. News...
DTLA is slowly transforming into a desirable LGBT destination
Bar is the newest venue from the owners of Town and Number Nine.
Owner maintains that they were making other customers uncomfortable
Club owner ends speculation over closure of country's oldest lesbian bar