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  1. Brunei's new law permits stoning gay people to death
    (Last Word)
  2. Virginia Plaintiffs Respond to Defendants' Marriage Appeal
    (News) Attorney General Mark Herring, legal teams urge court to uphold decision overturning same-sex marriage ban
  3. 25 Gay Films Everyone Should See, Part 3D
    (Feature Story)
  4. Frosh Gets Equality Maryland PAC Nod
    (News) State senator wins endorsement of LGBT-rights group in attorney general's race
  5. Groups Rally Against PFZs
    (News) Transgender activists, sex-worker advocates gather at Wilson Building to blast D.C.'s prostitution-free zones
  6. The ''Sore Winners'' Fallacy
    (Opinion) Those who call gay people intolerant for defending ourselves are twisting the concept beyond recognition
  7. The Universe in Us
    (Opinion) We are surrounded by social and physical frontiers we can explore, or not
  8. Invitation to Indulgence
    (Business) The Chamber readies its annual awards dinner with an emphasis on entertainment and opulence
  9. Coverboy: Scott
    (Coverboy Interview) Coverboy: Bartenders Edition
  10. Federal judge grants partial stay in Ohio marriage-ban ruling
    (Poliglot)
  11. Tour of Duty
    (Feature Story) With a new album about to launch, Tom Goss hits the road to share his authentic truth
  12. Tegan & Sara
    (Feature Story) The popular musical duo doesn't fit anyone's stereotype of lesbian twins
  13. Wanda Alston Foundation Announces Misuse of Funds
    (News) Provider of services to homeless LGBT D.C. youth shares new fiscal safeguards, assures donors of remediation
  14. Twin Birthdays
    (Opinion) April 4 should be a date that lives in humanity's aspirations
  15. 50 Years of The Beatles: Ranking their Albums from 13 to 1
    (Soundwaves)
  16. RIP, Fred Phelps
    (Opinion) Your Legacy Is Not What You May Think
  17. German Engineering
    (Music) disappear fear's SONiA reflects on her experiences in Germany
  18. Coverboy: Eric
    (Coverboy Interview) Coverboy: Bartenders Edition
  19. Stepping Out
    (Events) Dissonance Dance's Black to Silver festival celebrates ''black gay arts''
  20. Twelve Outstanding Albums to start 2014
    (Soundwaves)
  21. Pharrell tells Ellen he supports "equality for everybody"
    (Last Word)
  22. Washington Wordsmith
    (Events) Regie Cabico is sharing the art of celebrating syntax
  23. Classic album revisited: Duran Duran's "Notorious"
    (Soundwaves)
  24. Unhappy Campers
    (Stage) ''Camp David'' offers a subject well worthy of a revisit
  25. Washington as the Globe's Gay Capital
    (Opinion) If the world has an LGBT capital, there's plenty of argument to be made for D.C.
  26. Acting American
    (Stage) ''Spelling Bee'' and ''Hair'' fill their stages with overflowing Americana, from well packaged to beautifully powerful
  27. Louisiana votes to maintain anti-sodomy law
    (Nation)
  28. D.C. GOP Commits to Full Slate
    (News) Republicans announce plan to fill empty post-primary slots with appointed candidates
  29. Film: New Movies for Spring 2014
    (Feature Story) Spring Arts 2014
  30. Bowser Beats Gray for Dem Nomination
    (News) Ward 4 councilmember romps in LGBT-heavy precincts on way to victory, while Graham loses to Nadeau in Ward 1
  31. Congressional Ties
    (Feature Story) As the first out transgender Capitol Hill staffer, Diego Sanchez has complicated - and sometimes competing - objectives
  32. Coverboy: Ron
    (Coverboy Interview) Coverboy: Bartenders Edition
  33. Hair Apparent
    (Feature Story) Keegan Theatre lets the sunshine in with a rousing, energized revival of the provocative 1968 musical
  34. TeamDC 2014 Fashion Show and Model Search
    (Video) Models in swim wear and underwear to support scholarship program
  35. GLOV Co-Chair Leaving
    (News) Tuesday fundraiser offers a chance to celebrate Hassan Naveed's contributions before his July departure
  36. OHR Launches ''#safebathroomsDC''
    (News) New campaign aimed at enforcing city requirement that single-stall restrooms be gender-neutral
  37. Andrew Barnett's Goodbye
    (News) SMYAL's longtime leader stepping down to pursue academic goals
  38. Taking the Cake
    (Opinion) Arizona's archaic attempt to enshrine discrimination against gays is the last-gasp measure of a secessionist mindset
  39. Boy Wonder
    (Feature Story) Though he's far less shocking than he was 30 years ago, Boy George still has the power to make us gasp, let alone dance
  40. Cherry's Blossom Is Back
    (Clublife) The Cherry Fund's annual spring dance party returns for more growth in 2014
  41. Love Is the Drug
    (Opera) It may get off to a slow start, but most will likely find Elixir worth the wait
  42. Volvo S60: Pretty Swede
    (Gears)
  43. Stage: Plays, Musicals and Live Theater
    (Feature Story) Spring Arts 2014
  44. New York Naughty
    (Clublife) The final Black Party at Roseland Ballroom and another Alegria ''Xtreme'' offer a one-two punch for fetish fans
  45. Felines on the Fringe
    (Feature Story) Welcome or not, feral cat colonies are a D.C. creature feature
  46. LHP Ceremony Celebrates Women
    (News) D.C. LGBT Latino group holds third annual ''Mujeres en el Movimiento''
  47. Next Gen Nominations Open
    (News) NGLF on the lookout for 2013's outstanding young LGBT leaders
  48. Robin Roberts caps 2013 list of famous gay, bisexual and transgender celebs
    (Last Word)
  49. British Airways World Traveller Plus: More premium than economy
    (Elsewhere)
  50. Supporting Player
    (Feature Story) From coast to coast, Chris Svoboda's journey has kept her out of the limelight but on the LGBT community's front lines
  51. A Mighty Wind
    (Stage) The appeal of Signature's Beaches goes far beyond the maudlin movie
  52. The Right To Be Wrong
    (Opinion) Separation of church and state works both ways
  53. Kosher for Passover
    (Food) Preparing to go unleavened for a week
  54. Rah-Rah for Rye Rye
    (Music) Baltimore's high-energy rapper makes her Strathmore debut
  55. The Fantastic Mr. Fox
    (Feature Story) As one of its most popular filmmakers, Eytan Fox has helped turn Israel into a remarkably gay-friendly country
  56. Dance: Ballet, Hip Hop, Folk and Contemporary
    (Feature Story) Spring Arts 2014
  57. Rapp Star
    (Music) Anthony Rapp, one of the first openly gay leading men on Broadway, is still mining his ''Rent'' success
  58. Daytime Paws-abilities
    (Feature Story) While the human runs the rat race, services step in for dog daycare
  59. Donny Osmond kisses gay ''Dancing'' judge, Bruno [video]
    (Last Word)
  60. Classical Music
    (Feature Story) Spring Arts 2014
  61. Fox Films
    (Feature Story) Exploring the filmography, from raw and real to sweet and sentimental
  62. All the World's Stages
    (Feature Story) With offerings from 19 countries, the Kennedy Center's World Stages Festival is a love letter to international theater
  63. Ciao Bello
    (Concert) Joe Bello prepares his swan ''dance'' as band leader of DC Different Drummers
  64. Finding Hope in Uganda
    (Opinion) Gay American shares his perspective on the homeland he fled
  65. Twice as Good
    (Opinion) America is at a cultural, social crossroads demanding a re-examination of privilege

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