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D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser has issued a proclamation declaring September 1 as “The Ask Rayceen Show” Day, a day set aside to honor Rayceen Pendarvis,...
The D.C. Council has issued a ceremonial resolution honoring Rayceen Pendarvis, a longtime D.C. community advocate, LGBTQ activist, event moderator, and the host of The...
Rayceen Pendarvis' penultimate season will showcase everyone from artists to politicians during a vital election year
Our picks of the best arts and entertainment in the D.C. area this week
Fifty people talk about what Stonewall means to them, how things have improved, and where the future of the movement lies.
Event aims to honor LGBTQ seniors and their contributions that have helped pave the way for others
Rayceen Pendarvis hosts a different type of LGBTQ singles mixer for those tired of online dating.
Open mike night uplifts the stories of queer people affected by violence
A Special World AIDS Day Forum
This year's forum focuses on "D.C. Government & You"
Dunye's 1996 mockumentary-style film explores black LGBTQ history and culture
Dear President Trump, My name is Rayceen Pendarvis. Since I’m known as the Goddess of D.C., and you are going to be living and working...
20 black LGBT leaders discuss the new African American history museum
Rayceen Pendarvis finds joy in touching the hearts and minds of others.
Metro Weekly will be honored with a Prism Award, given to individuals or entities who have made a contribution to the LGBT community, at a...