Archive

Thursday, January 10, 2013 - Wednesday, January 16, 2013

Feature StoryMAL 2013From contest to camaraderie, Centaur MC presents Mid-Atlantic Leather Weekend
Feature StoryBeing FrankThrough coming out, AIDS in the '80s and countless leather events, this Mr. MAL has seen plenty
Feature StoryRiding the Leather ExpressMatt Bronson, Mr. MAL 2012, rocketed to the title-holding top in no time
Feature StoryLeather and FeathersHoping to expand appeal to a broader audience, The Leather Rack becomes Adam & Eve
Feature StoryTwo for TeaNew options at this year's MAL include two tea dances
Feature StoryEvent CalendarMid-Atlantic Leather 2013
NewsGay Judge Confirmed by Virginia LegislatureHouse, Senate vote to confirm Tracy Thorne-Begland as Virginia's first out judge after scuttling nomination in 2012
NewsTrans Rights Top Maryland Activists' ''To-Do'' ListMany organizations hoping 2013 session will see the General Assembly pass a gender-identity nondiscrimination bill
NewsActivists Blast Furr SentenceDC Trans Coalition and GLOV say punishment devalues transgender people
NewsFurr Sentenced to Probation, Community ServiceOff-duty MPD officer accused of shooting at group including two transgender women receives suspended sentence, credit for time served
News''Howard Three'' Accept Plea DealThree accused of stabbing gay 16-year-old plead guilty to assault and theft charges
NewsFloyd Lee Corkins Status Conference ContinuedStatus hearing rescheduled for February after Corkins waives speedy trial rights, asking for 21-day exclusion
ArtArt as PoliticsTouchstone Gallery offers an Inauguration-inspired group show
FilmHunting Bin Laden''Zero Dark Thirty,'' Kathryn Bigelow's fearless critique of the War on Terror, digs deep into the moral hazards of torture
MusicSongs of SandéEmeli Sandé understands why gays have been drawn to her
StageSocial ContractionsStudio Theatre's short, sharp black comedy Contractions packs an emotional wallop
StageHomelessWSC Avant Bard loses its resident status at Artisphere
OpinionHaggling over Chuck HagelFor our LGBT community to move forward on equality, we need to be more open to apologies and less concerned with re-fighting the 1990s
OpinionCommitment to a CureHIV/AIDS legislation allowed to die in the last Congress must be revived for the 113th
BusinessRocking the ChamberFrom networking to awards to community outreach, 2012 was a stellar year for CAGLCC
Coverboy InterviewCoverboy: NigelAs the Mr. DC Eagle soars

Archive Section Navigation

Marketplace

Call 202-638-6830 to advertise here in Marketplace