Thursday's District of Pride Showcase displays a range of LGBTQ talent including drag performers, singers, and more.
D.C. police are investigating a message from a Twitter user who appeared to make a bomb threat against the D.C. Mayor's Pride celebration.
The D.C. Mayor’s Office of LGBTQ Affairs has awarded $20,000 to an organization aiming to teach transgender and nonbinary residents skills how to protect themselves...
A proposed bill in the District of Columbia would allow the D.C. Department of Motor Vehicles to create LGBTQ Pride-themed license plates as one of...
Community members rallied on Monday afternoon to remember a transgender woman who died after being stabbed earlier this month in Northeast D.C. A group consisting...
“The 17th Street High Heel Race is a celebration of our LGBTQIA+ diversity,” says Japer Bowles, the director of the Mayor’s Office of LGBTQ Affairs....
Employees point finger at founder Ruby Corado, saying she exercised tight control over the organization's finances, with little oversight.
The last day of June ushers in what will be the third LGBTQ performance art showcase presented by the Mayor’s Office of LGBTQ Affairs,...
Kiki will be hosting a clinic on Feb. 9 to ensure as many people as possible are up-to-date on their COVID vaccinations.
The Mayor's Office of LGBTQ Affairs will host a virtual town hall to encourage more LGBTQ people to become vaccinated against COVID-19.
Various HIV advocates and organizations are holding educational events, vigils and testing opportunities to mark World AIDS Day on Dec. 1.
Alexander-Reid announced in June she would be stepping down as Director of the D.C. Mayor's Office of LGBTQ Affairs.
Online events and remembrances, as well as free testing, are hallmarks of the 33rd Annual World AIDS Day in the DMV area.
"The show has such diverse talent that there's something that appeals to everyone."
"District of Pride" showcases queer artists in the D.C. area