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Thursday, November 3, 2011 - Tuesday, November 8, 2011

Feature StoryAn Angry HeartAs ''The Normal Heart'' gets a reading in the D.C. area, its author, Larry Kramer, talks about what's missing from gay activism
Feature StoryHeartfelt TributeForum Theatre offers a staged reading of ''The Normal Heart'' featuring many of D.C.'s finest actors
NewsFarewell to a FighterHundreds attend closed-casket viewing to pay respects to Frank Kameny
NewsFurr Likely To Get Plea DealProsecution expecting an agreement in shooting case involving off-duty MPD officer, transgender women
NewsMontgomery College Adopts LGBT MeasuresCommunity college endorses anti-bullying statement, expands ''safe zone'' training
NewsJudge OetkenGay lawyer dons his robe, taking his place on the federal bench in Manhattan and in history
NewsSorting Out SolutionsForum seeks remedies to difficulties facing LGBT community, people of color
NewsWalking for Whitman-WalkerIn rain and snow, thousands raise money, awareness at 25th Annual AIDS Walk
NewsQueen for a YearD.C. title holders snag back-to-back wins at national pageant
NewsHail CesarGallaudet student throwing himself in Mr. Gay arena
ArtMale MenVitruvian Gallery opens with special focus
ArtSoap BoxKalup Linzy has turned a lifelong obsession with soap operas into a career as a well-regarded artist
BooksPhoto QualityA new book illustrates a range of genuine gay men across America
FilmBuilding Violation''Tower Heist'' aims so broadly, it doesn't have a target audience as much as a supreme unified theory of box-office gross attraction; plus ''Like Crazy'' questions love
FilmInspiring Betrayal''Ides of March'' executive producer Stephen Pevner commissioned the original work based on his own experience
MusicBand CampD.C.'s Different Drummers fuse concert and drag show, take two
MusicCountry RoseNashville's Caitlin Rose proves that country music is still timeless
OpinionLook Back in AngerLarry Kramer is right that anger is necessary in the face of inequality, but anger can't be the only thing that guides our lives
OpinionBillions of BabiesAs we cross the 7 billion mark, learn from gay parents
HoroscopeHoroscopeNovember 3-9, 2011
Coverboy InterviewCoverboy: Rick
Snapshots Stein Democrats Awards Ceremony Thursday, October 27, 2011 Ward Morrison
Snapshots 25th Annual AIDS Walk Downtown, Washington, DC Ward Morrison
Snapshots Halloscene Halloween weekend at Cobalt, DC Eagle, Freddie's Beach Bar, Green Lantern, JR.'s, Nellie's, Number Nine, Town, Ziegfeld's Dylan Comstock and Ward Morrison

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