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Thursday, April 12, 2012 - Wednesday, April 18, 2012

Feature StoryStreet WiseCyndee Clay constantly walks the intersection of society and sex, survival and discrimination in an effort to uncover the humanity hidden by stigma
NewsLa Raza Study Challenges StereotypesPolling finds evidence that Hispanics hold the same -- if not better -- views of gays and lesbians as the general population
NewsOn the Record: Ward 5 CandidatesThe contenders vying to replace former Councilmember Harry Thomas, Jr. talk with Metro Weekly about their stances on LGBT issues that have made headlines in the past year
NewsNew Plea Deal in Works for FurrU.S. Attorney's Office expected to offer deal to off-duty police officer accused of shooting at transgender women
NewsChoosing a CandidateLGBT residents are hoping the next Ward 5 councilmember will be an ally and advocate
NewsEnd of an Icon: Vann ChenWashington marks the passing of ''Mama Chen,'' nightlife luminary
NewsSMYAL to host discussion panel on factors leading to LGBT youth suicides
NewsLGBT National Briefs: Video Orators and Self-HatersBYU students contribute to ''It Gets Better,'' while science finds evidence of same-sex attraction in homophobes
NewsPraise for HRC's Donna PayneDonna Payne wins Woman of Excellence honor from National Action Network
NewsCarson Hearing RescheduledPreliminary hearing for suspect in IHOP shooting case moved to May
FilmCabin FeverWith ''Cabin in the Woods,'' Joss Whedon proves filmmakers can make something smart and scary, self-aware and compelling
FilmComic CultureA documentary exploring the devotion of Comic-Con fans is long on love, slight on scrutiny
MusicLatin RomanceOpera singer Jesús Hernández sings his heart out at Source
MusicMuscle OperaArtisphere presents an opera partly inspired by muscle magazines
MusicRapp StarAnthony Rapp, one of the first openly gay leading men on Broadway, is still mining his ''Rent'' success
StageUntamed: Review of 'Taming of the Shrew'Synetic's 'Shrew' overflows with bright color, stark lighting, emotive music and, as always, stunning choreography
StageOccupational ArtLocal Latino artists ''occupy'' the GALA Theatre this weekend
StagePaying HomageActor Jay Alvarez pays homage to his Cuban-American family in a one-man show now at MetroStage
StageAdventure Theatre celebrates 60 years of cute-themed theater
ClublifeMartini MadnessArea bartenders shake and stir Best Martinis at Beacon Bar event
OpinionSociety's Integrated StepsAn iconic anniversary prompts a look at what has changed and what has not
BusinessA Stellar AffairCAGLCC's annual awards dinner set to honor six bright lights in Washington's LGBT business community
Coverboy InterviewCoverboy: AndrewAspiring vocal artist
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