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Thursday, October 20, 2011 - Wednesday, October 26, 2011

Feature Story''Good Trouble''Kameny leaves a national LGBT legacy of leadership, honesty and persistence
Feature StoryLocal LegacyNowhere is Kameny's death felt more deeply than in the District he called home for more than half a century
Feature StorySenior ServicesKameny's needs illustrated the vulnerabilities of aging
Feature StoryFrank RemembranceBy Randy Shulman
Feature StorySeeking RecognitionPaula Ettelbrick, 56, was a leading LGBT advocate who sought ''broader recognition'' of families and relationships
NewsKameny's Artifacts on Display at SmithsonianNational Museum of American History to honor local gay civil rights pioneer with exhibit
NewsNoVa Republican's Comments Not Yet Forgotten or ForgivenControversial remarks made at AGLA candidate forum continue to make waves after apology
NewsKameny Viewing AnnouncedCommittee announces details of Nov. 3 viewing for late gay-rights pioneer
NewsStein Dems' MilestoneLGBT Democratic club to mark 35 years with reception, honors
NewsAthletic AchievementsTeam DC holds awards reception
NewsSilver Anniversary in HeelsPerruzza announces last stint as race organizer
NewsLeading the WayWWH announces grand marshals of 25th AIDS Walk
NewsResearch and RecoveryTreatment center honors two for work against meth
NewsEvolving IslamGay imam touts progressive group, Rep. Ellison reception
BooksReligious EnrichmentJay Michaelson argues that gay people enrich religion
StageThe People Sing''Les Misérables'' cast members sing at ''gay-oriented'' benefit
ClublifeBlue DecadeCobalt turns 10 years old this Saturday, a milestone achieved in part by ''changing with the times''
OpinionGolden YearsAs time passes and our community ages, we need to focus on providing for the LGBT elderly
OpinionStudents FirstWith their responsibility to educate, teachers' dogmas should be kept on short leashes
HoroscopeHoroscopeOctober 20-26, 2011
VideoOutspoken 40: Favorite Movies [video]Reel Affirmations 20 with Ronnie Kroell and others' best and worst films
Snapshots 6th Annual Hispanic LGBTQ Heritage Reception HRC Ward Morrison
Snapshots Nellie's Sports Bar Nellie's Sports Bar Ward Morrison
Snapshots Reel Affirmations 20 Opening Night Lisner Auditorium Ward Morrison
Snapshots Wig Aid Live: The Sequel Town Danceboutique Ward Morrison
Snapshots The 25th Annual 17th Street High Heel Race 17th Street NW, Washington, DC Todd Franson and Ward Morrison

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