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Corbin Bleu impresses as a gold standard leading man in Molly Smith's buoyant, boisterous production of Cole Porter's Anything Goes. [Read More]
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Hard-rocking trio comes to D.C. in April 2019... [Read More]
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Emeril Lagasse Jacques Pepin, Carla Hall and many of D.C's best chefs will appear at the event... [Read More]
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Local baker Kareem "Mr. Bake" Queeman is "so excited" for everyone to see him on the Discovery Family show... [Read More]
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Pia Carusone and Whit Kathner are shaking up the world of cocktails with their high-end liquors and a splash of progressive politics... [Read More]
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President Chad Griffin of the Human Rights Campaign has announced he will be leaving the organization in 2019 once a replacement is found for him. [Read More]
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Billy Elliot the Musical dances its way out of trouble... [Read More]
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Sexual tension permeates the true-crime tale of Argentina's most notorious serial killer in "El Angel" [Read More]
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Our picks of the best arts and entertainment in D.C. this week! [Read More]
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There's no shortage of opportunities for D.C. area residents to lend their time and assistance... [Read More]
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The Congressional Chorus performs a piece this weekend by one of the country's hottest up-and-coming composers... [Read More]
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Jobrani also puts his commitment to LGBTQ rights in his act... [Read More]
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Everything arts and entertainment in D.C. this week! [Read More]
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A heist thriller with gravitas, Widows is overstuffed but still satisfying... [Read More]
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"As You Like It" charts a romantic, musical escape to Shakespeare's idyllic forest... [Read More]
The Michigan Department of Corrections has settled a lawsuit brought by a prisoner who claimed he was discriminated against based on his HIV status. [Read More]
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Laura Kelly, the newly-elected governor of Kansas, says she'll try to block enforcement of a law allowing adoption and foster care agencies to discriminate. [Read More]
A California man accused of the premeditated murder of a former high school classmate who was gay and Jewish has pleaded not guilty to charges... [Read More]
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Nearly 180 major corporations have signed a statement opposing efforts to restrict legal protections for the transgender and intersex communities. [Read More]
Ten gay men in Tanzania were arrested and subjected to anal exams for participating in a gay wedding as part of a government crackdown on... [Read More]
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