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Thursday, September 22, 2011 - Wednesday, September 28, 2011

Feature StoryHouse HoldoutsAlthough the DADT Repeal Act set the stage for this week's repeal, several House Republicans tried repeatedly to stall or stop DADT's end
Feature StoryThe Line to Re-enlistDADT may be gone, but that doesn't necessarily clear the road to re-up
NewsStrike Against The CenterVandals disrupt LGBT community center's phone and Internet
NewsCenter SoireeLGBT community center prepares its biggest fundraiser of the year
NewsDate with DelgaudioIn an anti-gay fundraising letter, Loudon Co. supervisor claims to have been beaten for his beliefs
NewsGrieving for GauravAeronautical engineer, theater enthusiast and former Metro Weekly coverboy Gaurav Gopalan left a mark on the community
NewsCity Offering Safety EventGLBT affairs office leading public-safety open house
NewsAfter Party1409 Playbill Café closes with a bang and a relocation promise
NewsCentaurs Celebrate FransonLeather/Levi club offers rare Bikeus Award to Metro Weekly art director
NewsDouble L WinAllen Lerch takes Rehoboth leather title
DiningBusy B.B. Smith conquers the catwalk, the kitchen, business and Broadway
MusicAmos's AmbitionTori Amos credits an early boost of gay support as helping her find her style and chart her own musical path
StageLingering KissDiana Son's 'Stop Kiss' is still relevant 13 years after its off-Broadway debut
StageRepertory WondersSignature plunges headfirst into the moody and macabre with a pair of darkly delightful, entertaining musicals
StageHabit FormingIn Alan Bennett's new play, greatness and the mundane all come from the same place -- showing up every day to get the job done
StageKiss and TellNo Rules' Stop Kiss would be a must-see production on its own merit, but recent queer bashings make it even more relevant
ClublifeRock SteadyPhaseFest 2011 should prove to be as popular as 2010's, offering likely one last hurrah at Phase 1
OpinionA Mission AccomplishedThe long-awaited end of DADT is a moment for celebration, as well as contemplation of where the LGBT community goes next
OpinionYa Got TroubleAt a crossroads, one road could take America to River City
HoroscopeHoroscopeSeptember 22-28, 2011
Coverboy InterviewCoverboy: EricEric doesn't consider himself flashy, but he certainly strives to be reliable -- much like a Toyota Corolla
Snapshots Equality Maryland celebrates and honors Governor O'Malley Chevy Chase Town Hall Ward Morrison
Snapshots CAGLCC's Networking Thursday Madame Tussauds Ward Morrison
Snapshots Duplex Diner ReOpening 18th & U Duplex Diner Dylan Comstock
Snapshots Majestic Nightclub Majestic Nightclub Ward Morrison
Snapshots SLDN's DADT Repeal Event K Street Lounge Ward Morrison
Snapshots Servicemembers United's Countdown to Repeal Party Town Danceboutique Ward Morrison

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