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D.C.’s Queer Community Has Always Been Dancing. Venues Are Finally Catching Up
Queer parties are popping up all over the District, but the scene has long been a community-building space for LGBTQIA individuals.
DC Transgender Oral History Project Joins Existing Storytelling Initiatives
Created by Cooper Joslin, this new project will share and preserve unfiltered trans voices via DC Public Library and provide a streamlined website for transitioning support.
Despite Controversy, a Rent Cap Compromise Is Coming Together for Rent-Controlled Tenants
Three councilmembers advancing competing proposals to limit rent increases have found some common ground.
Good Taste: Rooster & Owl’s Fledgling Ellie Bird Flies High in Falls Church
The slightly more casual outlet delivers serious fun and flavor.
Activists Heartened by Revisions to City Plan for Eden Center Area
Among the demanded revisions are renaming the area Little Saigon East, prioritizing anti-displacement, increasing parking, and commissioning Vietnamese public art.
Good Taste: Petite Cerise Offers a Grand Tour of French Cuisine
The new restaurant from Dabney chef Jeremiah Langhorne is serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner in Shaw.
Elliot Page, Improv, and More Best Bets for June 8–14
The end of WIT’s Not a Pyramid Scheme, the return of the Seventh Stanine Festival, several unmissable Art Enables shows, tickets to Elliot Page, and Bridging the Disconnect at Stimson Center
D.C. Theater’s 2023-24 Season: A Year of Epics and Odysseys
We’ve rounded up the upcoming season’s biggest news, greatest hits, and most promising endeavors for the area’s major theaters.
Indie-Pop Artist Jeff Draco Is Never Gonna Be the Same
The creator behind the starry-eyed music departs for his biggest tour yet, after making a mark in D.C.’s music scene.