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TeamDC 2014 Fashion Show and Model Search

Models in swim wear and underwear to support scholarship program

Team DC, Washington's gay and lesbian sports organization, took the stage at Town Danceboutique for its annual model search and fashion show, hosted by Brent ''Barbara Bush'' Minor and Zach ''Athena Ducockis'' O'Connor. The swimwear, underwear and leatherwear on display were auctioned to support Team DC's scholarship program for LGBT student athletes. Congratulations to the 2014 winner, Matt, who faced some genuinely stiff ... [Read]

Featured Partner: FIT D.C.

FIT is one of Washington, D.C.'s premier personal training gyms. They're located at 1633 Q Street NW, downstairs. Visit their website at fit-dc.com or call them at 202-255-7814. Find out how your business can be a Metro Weekly Featured Partner. Contact publisher Randy Shulman at 202-638-6830 or email him at ... [Read]

Coverboy 2013: Behind the Scenes

Meet our three Coverboy finalists: Jared, Christian and Brian

Meet Christian, our Coverboy of the Year winner for 2013, along with Brian and Jared, the 1st and 2nd Runners-Up in our behind-the-scenes look at this year's annual photo ... [Read]

2013 High Heel Race

17th Street celebrates the 27th annual Halloween extravaganza

The drag racers -- and the otherwise costumed -- were out in force for the 27th annual 17th Street High Heel Race Tuesday, Oct. 29, marking its first year of live video feed courtesy of Pacers running stores. And for a second year, it's hats and heels off to Inertia, aka William Dennis, who repeated her 2012 first-place ... [Read]

The DC Center Moving Day

Washington's LGBT community center relocates to the Reeves Municipal Center

Get ready to meet The DC Center in its new home! Staff and volunteers have been pitching in to move D.C.'s LGBT community center into its fourth home, this time in the city-owned Reeves Center at 2000 14th St. NW, a block west of its last location on U Street NW. For more information about The DC Center and its many programs, call 202-682-2245 or visit the center online at ... [Read]

Celebration and song after the Supreme Court's marriage equality decisions

Interviews with gay marriage supporters, and a performance by the Gay Men's Chorus of Washington

Metro Weekly talks with those gathered outside the Supreme Court to get their reactions on DOMA, Prop 8 and the state of LGBT rights in the United States. The Gay Men's Chorus of Washington sang ''Make Them Hear You'' on the U.S. Supreme Court steps after opinions on DOMA and Prop. 8 were read, June ... [Read]

RuPaul's Drag Race Top 3 at Town Danceboutique

Jinkx Monsoon, Alaska Thunderfuck and Roxxxy Andrews perform live in Washington, DC

The top 3 from RuPaul's Drag Race Season 5 performed at Town Danceboutique Saturday, June 8. Afterward, they took some time backstage to talk with Metro Weekly and a star of Washington's reigning royalty, ... [Read]

Capital Pride Festival 2013

Stars perform at Washington, D.C.'s annual LGBT celebration

The 38th Annual Capital Pride Festival was held in Washington, D.C. on Sunday, June 9, 2013. At 9-hours, it was the longest celebration yet, attracting tens of thousands of LGBT visitors and supporters. Several international entertainers also made appearances. Emeli Sandé, Icona Pop and Cher Lloyd were the headliners who performed in front of the Capitol building on Pennsylvania Avenue NW. Three of RuPaul's Drag Race contestants participated, too, along with many other acts. There was even a live marriage proposal ... [Read]

Capital Pride Parade 2013

Amazing views of D.C.'s LGBT parade in both fast- and slow-motion

Metro Weekly's video editor, Aram Vartian, used a couple of innovative cameras to capture D.C.'s annual Capital Pride Parade in clever, new ways. Watch in high-def if you can, and please share with your friends. First, Aram used slow-motion to capture the hidden beauty of interactions between the parade's participants and its viewers along P Street NW. Super Grand Marshal Lynda Carter and many others are shown waving rainbow flags, tossing out beads, and partying with pride in this wonderfully hypnotic ... [Read]

Metro Weekly's 2013 Next Generation Awards

Sean Bugg introduces Metro Weekly's four newest awardees for LGBT leadership

AJ King Je-Shawna Wholley Joseph Lewis Michael Komo Sean ... [Read]

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