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Mark Hunker wanted to "preserve the name and history" of the leather community's longtime fixture.
Director Joe Mantello talks about bringing the recent Broadway revival of the iconic gay classic from the stage to the screen.
LGBTQ-friendly bars and restaurants have adapted to cope with the pandemic, and are all eager to get back to a "new normal"
Our picks of the best arts, entertainment, and food options during the coronavirus shutdown
It's Ugly Sweater Parties galore, as the bars get into the holiday spirit
Our picks of the best LGBTQ nightlife in D.C. this week!
A ballot measure to eliminate the tipped wage may lead to higher prices and layoffs at local watering holes
The new owners of the 17-year-old Duplex Diner want to ensure the venue remains a gay institution
Duplex Diner's Chef Mark Mulvey believes food should be two things: delicious and easy
One of these is sure to start your year off right
Over the past 15 years, D.C.’s restaurant scene has grown by leaps and bounds — in number, in quality, in variety. The bar scene has...
At the last turn of the century, Jim Ball, a New Jersey native, was working in PR and marketing, another dynamic transplant to Manhattan. Christopher...
''Eighties music makes people smile, or at least it does for me every time I play it,'' says Adam Koussari-Amin. ''It was just such a...
Blackouts and Breakdowns humorously recounts the antics and experiences of a D.C. native who spent the past few years partying and playing his way through...
Gays and Lesbians Opposing Violence (GLOV), the District's primary LGBT anti-violence task force, will host a community social and fundraiser at the Duplex Diner at...