Metro Weekly

All posts tagged "politics"

  • Political Transition

    To say that Dr. Dana Beyer has had a rich life is the definition of understatement. In her 54 years, she's campaigned for Robert Kennedy,...

  • Home Team

    The fourth in an occasional series of interviews and stories on the 2006 D.C. mayoral race. Michael A. Brown likes to get around the city....

  • Moving Forward

    The third in an occasional series of interviews and stories on the 2006 D.C. mayoral race. As the D.C. summer begins its annual shift into...

  • Secret Service

    In a time of war, a good man is hard to find. Which makes it all the more frustrating that the U.S. military continues to...

  • Family Ties

    When it comes to gay and lesbian families, the past year has seen a bit of bunny business. You may remember last year when Buster...

  • Trans-American

    When Ruby Corado arrived in the Washington area as an immigrant from El Salvador, she was a teenager. She was also male. ''What marked the...

  • Chair Apparent

    The second in an occasional series of interviews and stories on the 2006 D.C. mayoral and Council races. Linda Cropp It's definitely election season when...

  • Joe Solmonese

    ''This weekend is all about the election.'' As almost 200 people are streaming into D.C. for the Human Rights Campaign's annual spring meeting, Joe Solmonese...

  • The Big Picture

    Waves of Relief (Photo courtesy of Connect) AS 2004 CLOSED OUT with the tsunami of gargantuan proportions, 2005 saw more of the same. And the...

  • Holy Matrimony

    In the Name of the Law WHAT CAN YOU DO in Spain, Canada, Belgium, South Africa and the Netherlands that you can't do in Texas...

  • Roll Over

    News broke slowly last week about the American Family Association's announcement that it would call off its planned boycott of Ford Motor Company. Donald E....

  • Courting the Community

    The first in an occasional series of interviews and stories on the 2006 D.C. mayoral and Council races. You may be tempted to think that...

  • Reaching the Summit

    In December 2003, a handful of leaders from the GLBT African-American community banded together to challenge support from African American religious and civil rights leaders...

  • Cutting through the Static

    F. Scott Fitzgerald was famously wrong in his declaration, ''There are no second acts in American lives.'' Americans, particularly those in the public eye, have...

  • Against the Current

    The nation's capital yearns to be orderly. Ever since Pierre Charles L'Enfant's dream for this difficult and confusing city came to life, it seems the...