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Anacostia Arts Center (Saturday, April 12, 2014)
Fads might by fine for fashion, but your body deserves better
Moses Pendleton choreographs feats with his dance company Momix
A relationship can give you a new family, whether bound by blood or benevolence
Matthew Hemerlein returns to D.C. for a post-Lorde hometown show
Town welcomes cowboys, drag queens and sci-fi geeks for a little bit of country and a whole lot of comedy
Number Nine (Friday, April 11, 2014)
The host of ''Chopped'' on weird ingredients, the joys of slow cooking and the importance of Dining Out for Life
Handsome, easy to live with and tremendously good fun to drive
Attorney General Mark Herring, legal teams urge court to uphold decision overturning same-sex marriage ban
United Nations condemns the new penal code
State senator wins endorsement of LGBT-rights group in attorney general's race
Transgender activists, sex-worker advocates gather at Wilson Building to blast D.C.'s prostitution-free zones
"We don’t need bigots coming to New York City" states openly gay Councilman
Provider of services to homeless LGBT D.C. youth shares new fiscal safeguards, assures donors of remediation
Enjoy your commute home
Nobody tell the President
'Infamous'' offers gamers the first real reason to buy a PS4
The Chamber readies its annual awards dinner with an emphasis on entertainment and opulence
With a new album about to launch, Tom Goss hits the road to share his authentic truth
''Camp David'' offers a subject well worthy of a revisit
Greater Richmond Convention Center (Saturday, April 5, 2014)
Town Danceboutique (Saturday, April 5, 2014)
Aims to challenge BMW's X6 in a battle for "Most Pointless Niche SUV"
Republicans announce plan to fill empty post-primary slots with appointed candidates
Those who call gay people intolerant for defending ourselves are twisting the concept beyond recognition
Tuesday fundraiser offers a chance to celebrate Hassan Naveed's contributions before his July departure
Ziegfeld's/Secrets (Saturday, March 29, 2014)
New campaign aimed at enforcing city requirement that single-stall restrooms be gender-neutral
NGLF on the lookout for 2013's outstanding young LGBT leaders
Ward 4 councilmember romps in LGBT-heavy precincts on way to victory, while Graham loses to Nadeau in Ward 1
While you are what you eat, not everything you eat is the same
April 4 should be a date that lives in humanity's aspirations
disappear fear's SONiA reflects on her experiences in Germany
''Spelling Bee'' and ''Hair'' fill their stages with overflowing Americana, from well packaged to beautifully powerful
Dissonance Dance's Black to Silver festival celebrates ''black gay arts''
Though he's far less shocking than he was 30 years ago, Boy George still has the power to make us gasp, let alone dance
Awards ceremony and networking happy hour, at MOVA (Friday, March 28, 2014)
Town Danceboutique (Wednesday, March 26, 2014)
Crossovers are great, but when it's my money on the line I'll take a proper SUV
We are surrounded by social and physical frontiers we can explore, or not
Regie Cabico is sharing the art of celebrating syntax
SMYAL's longtime leader stepping down to pursue academic goals
''Titanfall'' is a welcome drink of action and excitement
It may get off to a slow start, but most will likely find Elixir worth the wait
The Cherry Fund's annual spring dance party returns for more growth in 2014
Keegan Theatre lets the sunshine in with a rousing, energized revival of the provocative 1968 musical

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