Attendees were charged with public indecency and violating COVID-19 quarantine following police raid
Wee Mexico in Dundee wanted to let customers know that "anyone is welcome here"
Videos from various parties showed packed dancefloors and little social distancing
Nonprofit providing meals to needy D.C.-area residents hopes to sell 9,000 pies by Nov. 19
Broadway League has urged theatergoers to get refunds or exchanges for shows through May 30
D.C.'s Audrey Fix Schaefer is leading the charge to help save independent music venues from mass collapse
Dance Place celebrates its 40th anniversary with a virtual gala this Friday, Oct 2.
Supporting and Mentoring Youth Advocates and Leaders, the nonprofit organization dedicated to providing support services to LGBTQ youth in the D.C. area and engaging them...
Whitman-Walker Health, the District’s federally-qualified community health center that specializes in HIV-related and LGBTQ competent health care services, will hold its annual Walk and 5K...
Longtime LGBTQ nightclub was slated to close in three weeks after being purchased by a developer last year
Ukraine's Patriarch Filaret said the virus was "God's punishment" for same-sex marriage
Survey and focus groups reveal support for mail-in voting, but high levels of skepticism surrounding its effectiveness
Holyoke Mayor Alex Morse is centering his campaign around progressive policies like the Green New Deal and Medicare for All
Wenger’s Grocery Outlet told customers to respect those not wearing masks by calling LGBTQ people sinful and diseased
Tony Green ignored the "scamdemic" until he hosted a gathering that infected his loved ones with COVID-19