Thursday, November 15, 2012 - Wednesday, November 21, 2012

Feature StoryKing of PopsSteven Reineke, leader of the NSO Pops, works to connect people through ''the universal language'' of music
NewsNew Charges Possible in Howard Theatre StabbingGovernment awaiting superseding indictments on additional charges for three defendants accused of attacking gay teen
NewsChamber Head Faces MisdemeanorGuenther pleads not guilty after accusation of unlawful entry
NewsTrial Set for RobinsonSuspect in August attack on transgender woman rejects plea
NewsVirginia Board Stands Firm Against CuccinelliDespite pressure from the attorney general, Board of Juvenile Justice refuses to ax protections for LGBT youth
NewsMaryland's Marriage SuccessQuestion 6 strategies may not work everywhere, but the win gives a green light to its political supporters regardless
NewsFrom Tuesday to TomorrowGay conservatives hope to teach Election Day's lessons
NewsMarking Transgender Day of RemembranceLocals prepare traditional memorial event, along with transgender health discussion
NewsNo Nest YetLandlord for the DC Eagle grants longtime leather bar an extension as it continues the hunt for a new home
MusicPop SymphonyBoth Kylie Minogue and Tori Amos succeed in revamping their pop hits in high orchestral fashion
StageFolksy Feeling''Woody Sez'' is a warm tribute to a folk hero
StageLingering AccentsArena Stage's Molly Smith worked ''to create a ''My Fair Lady'' for modern times''
StageCox AppealDeborah Cox's musical pursuits continue to have significant gay appeal
StageBombs AwayKeegan Theatre has done a mostly masterful job with Arthur Miller's ''All My Sons,'' to startling impact
StageOff the Gay GridMike Albo to share humorous, ''very gay'' observations at L'Enfant Café
ClublifeSwan SongDC Eagle readies its final anniversary week at the building it's called home since 1987
ClublifeUp TownTown Danceboutique celebrates five years as gay D.C.'s leading dance club
OpinionDays Go ByA gay plotline on ''Days of Our Lives'' may not be the most groundbreaking moment, but it's still part of a longer path to equality
OpinionWelcome to MissibamaIf Election Day was that bad, secede indeed
TechSurface ValueMicrosoft's Surface is light, fast and good-looking, and it offers greater opportunities than any of its rivals
Coverboy InterviewCoverboy: EricIndulgent Explorer

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