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A Long Island man faces hate crime charges for allegedly shooting into businesses and homes of people he thought were Jewish or gay.
A progressive Democrat, Levine would be the first LGBTQ and first Jewish person elected to statewide office in Virginia
Acclaimed jazz saxophonist Dave Koz fell in love with holiday music as a child
The synagogue has been involved in an ongoing conversation about its LGBTQ-affirming role
A gay Jewish New Yorker posted a video to social media of a man demanding that he take off his pink yarmulke, also known as...
From growing up Hasidic to strutting the stage in heels, Lady SinAGaga's transformation is the fulfillment of a dream
The Edlavitch DCJCC festival also continues LGBTQ representation in both film and music
Nice Jewish Boys, the local LGBTQ Jewish social organization, is accepting applications and nominations for its annual Mr. Nice Jewish Boy DC pageant through May...
Queen Esther's embrace of her Jewish identity mirrors the journey of self-acceptance for LGBTQ people
Arena's potent "Indecent" offers a canny reconstruction of a century-old controversy
GLOE creates safe and affirming spaces where LGBTQ Jewish people can be themselves without giving up their faith
Jeremy Gilston: "We definitely wanted to up the ante this year"
For Theater J's Adam Immerwahr, the questions raised by Roz and Ray are precisely the point
Our panelists weigh in on Trump's response to Charlottesville, whether or not he holds racist views, and the symbols of the Confederacy.
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