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After a year unlike any other, we're celebrating our 27th year by looking to the future.
As we start our 26th anniversary year, we thank you for your readership, and for your support
Publisher Randy Shulman celebrates a quarter-century of covering D.C.'s LGBTQ community
Alfonso Cuarón's lush new drama won four top honors, while Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga took acting.
Metro Weekly is still here, we're still queer, and we're not stopping any time soon
The Women's March on Washington was a galvanizing moment in a new, burgeoning resistance
Donald Trump is the greatest salesman alive. And America has just purchased his horrific bill of goods.
There is no doubt that the logical -- and best -- choice for president is Hillary Clinton for all Americans
As anyone who knows me well can tell you, I’m not big on anniversary issues. When we hit 20 last year, well, that was a...
Photography by Christopher Cunetto, Todd Franson, Ward Morrison, Randy Shulman and Aram Vartian. All photographs taken at the 2014 Captial Pride Festival, Sunday, June 8,...
It seems just like yesterday. Running around frantically in my tiny apartment at the corner of 17th and T Streets, scrambling to get the very...
The Next Generation Leadership Foundation (NGLF), the D.C.-based, national nonprofit aimed at encouraging and mentoring LGBT youth leaders, announced Thursday that it has opened nominations...
Many are familiar with Metro Weekly's Next Generation Awards, which for five years have celebrated members of the LGBT community younger than 30 who already have...
For regular readers of Metro Weekly or the Washington Blade, it's a good chance that Gary Teter handled more than one of the magazines or...
On Sunday, March 7, The DC Center held its 5th Annual Oscar Gala, this year at Town Danceboutique. The evening featured a viewing of the...