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Thursday, September 15, 2011 - Wednesday, September 21, 2011

Feature StoryImagining a Better FutureDADT's repeal is a moment of reflection for those who have been at the front of the fight for open military service for decades
Feature StoryFilmFall Arts Preview 2011
Feature StoryStageFall Arts Preview 2011
Feature StoryDanceFall Arts Preview 2011
Feature StoryClassical MusicFall Arts Preview 2011
Feature StoryMusic: Pop, Rock, Folk and JazzFall Arts Preview 2011
Feature StoryAbove and BeyondFall Arts Preview 2011: Comedy, Spoken Word, Discussions, Multi-media, Tastings, Tours, Etc.
Feature StoryMuseums and GalleriesFalls Arts Preview 2011
Feature StoryFall Arts Preview 2011Main Menu
NewsGopalan Death Ruled HomicideLocal theater enthusiast's death ruled hemorrhaging due to ''blunt-impact trauma''; investigation continues
NewsD.C. Debuts Transgender Employment ProgramExisting program enrolls first full class of transgender participants in apprenticeship program
NewsPlea Deal Offered in Transgender Shooting CasePreliminary hearing is rescheduled while defendant considers pleading to aggravated assault
NewsNBJC Takes the HillBlack LGBT organization readies for annual 'Out on the Hill'
NewsLocal Killed in Texas AccidentBrian McKernan, formerly of Whitman-Walker, killed by wayward car while attempting to aid injured motorcyclist
NewsDouble DefeatIn 1996, ENDA was hoped to help ease the pain of DOMA, but instead fell by one vote in a Senate focused on a ''thinly disguised example of intolerance''
BooksMontgomery Co. MenschWayne Hoffman returns to his suburban roots for his new novel
FilmShorts CircuitThe DC Shorts Film Festival presents nine LGBT films on Friday night -- the quality varies but the message is distinctly gay
OperaTriumphant ToscaWNO's 'Tosca' is everything a traditional production should be. In fact, it's everything any thoughtfully produced opera should be
StageOverly ApparentFloyd King and Nancy Robinette are great, but the adaptation of Heir Apparent relies too much on SNL-style modern references
ClublifeDuplex VisionThe 18th & U Duplex Diner throws a Grand Opening Party -- but don't worry, not much has changed at the institution
OpinionParty DownThe extreme candidate rhetoric and ''let them die'' audiences have made the Republican debates exciting in all the wrong ways
HoroscopeHoroscopeSeptember 15-21, 2011
Coverboy InterviewCoverboy: JesseWhat do Patsy, the top of a drier, ancient cultures and Rouge have in common? Jesse has the answers.
Snapshots DC Eagle DC Eagle Dylan Comstock
Snapshots Ziegfeld's / Secrets Ziegfeld's / Secrets Dylan Comstock

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