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D.C.'s LGBTQ bars grapple with and adapt to new restrictions banning indoor dining through mid-January.
Enjoy a bevy of virtual concerts and socially distanced outdoor events in our editor-selected picks.
Six Feet Under creator Alan Ball wrote Uncle Frank as “a little bit of wish fulfillment.”
Happiest Season breaks new ground for Hollywood holiday rom-coms by decking the halls with lesbian romance.
John Aravosis, Troy Iwata, Planet Word, Maple Pound Cake, Taqueria Xochi, Holidays at Hillwood, and the days of Apex.
The Queens apartment complex fulfills a 30-year dream for its owner, transgender activist Ceyenne Doroshow.
On Election Day, LGBTQ voters showed up in droves, helping LGBTQ candidates win several important victories.
In a special issue, we fully back Joe Biden for President, and ask the community how they're feeling about the upcoming election.
We celebrate the career of Cheyenne Jackson, whip up a Bloody Velvet Cake, and let the D.C. Ward 2 candidates have their say.
In this week's issue, we review all the films in the annual LGBTQ festival that we could get our mitts on.
Indulging in our "candy crush" on Peppermint, Netflix's Social Distance and revisiting 2003 in pictures.
Director Joe Mantello talks about bringing the recent Broadway revival of the iconic gay classic from the stage to the screen.
Trump was pilloried on social media after saying LGBTQ people loved his father and he was "part of that community"
The Capital Pride Alliance outlines its steps as it opens a new chapter on the meaning of Pride to the LGBTQ+ community.
A gay couple steps into a new home and a paranoid nightmare in Shudder’s effectively creepy Spiral.