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Metro Weekly has served D.C.'s LGBTQ community since May 1994, and is now the largest and longest continuously-running LGBTQ publication and website in the region! The print edition is published every Thursday and copies can be picked up for free at more than 500 distribution points. Metro Weekly is a glossy magazine read by more than 55,000 people in DC, MD & VA, and is nationally recognized for its lively feature stories and interviews. Readers also turn to our magazine for its reliable news coverage, community event calendars, nightlife guides, and timely reviews that cover the District's rich arts and entertainment scene. We welcome you to contact us if you have any questions, comments, or requests. Visit us on the web at http://www.metroweekly.com

During the pandemic, Us Helping Us is moving services online and distributing "senior care kits" and food packages to vu...
05/26/2020
Even a pandemic won't shut down Us Helping Us - Metro Weekly

During the pandemic, Us Helping Us is moving services online and distributing "senior care kits" and food packages to vulnerable LGBTQ community members.

Us Helping Us is responding to the COVID-19 pandemic by moving its programming online and distributing care packages to vulnerable LGBTQ community members.

New documentary "Screened Out" insists we are collectively facing one of the most pervasive and potentially dangerous ad...
05/25/2020
Film Review: Screened Out - Metro Weekly

New documentary "Screened Out" insists we are collectively facing one of the most pervasive and potentially dangerous addictions of our time.

"Screened Out" insists we are collectively facing one of the most pervasive and potentially dangerous addictions of our time

On the FX vampire hit "What We Do in the Shadows," gifted queer actor Harvey Guillén sinks his (wannabe) fangs into the ...
05/25/2020
Getting Familiar with Harvey Guillén - Metro Weekly

On the FX vampire hit "What We Do in the Shadows," gifted queer actor Harvey Guillén sinks his (wannabe) fangs into the art of deadpan.

On the FX vampire hit "What We Do in the Shadows," gifted queer actor Harvey Guillén sinks his (wannabe) fangs into the art of deadpan

“I was being told, ‘You're too fat, you're too brown, you're too queer.’ I realized, why am I trying to fit a mold to pl...
05/22/2020
Getting Familiar with Harvey Guillén - Issuu

“I was being told, ‘You're too fat, you're too brown, you're too queer.’ I realized, why am I trying to fit a mold to please someone, when I'm my own mold? I'm selling myself. My product is me. My best asset is who I am.” Read our full interview with Harvey Guillen in this week's issue. Photo: Guillén as Guillermo in FX Networks' What We Do in the Shadows.

HARVEY GUILLÉN IS A MASTER. He's a master of the deadpan, direct-into-the-camera stare. A master at blending expressions of internalized exasperation with subtle, smoldering anger. A master at the kind of understated comedy that makes his character of Guillermo, on the FX series What We Do in the S...

HBO Max's lively ballroom competition show "Legendary" is unapologetically queer, unabashedly fierce, and hits the runwa...
05/22/2020
TV Review: 'Legendary' on HBO Max - Metro Weekly

HBO Max's lively ballroom competition show "Legendary" is unapologetically queer, unabashedly fierce, and hits the runway up to speed.

HBO Max's lively "Legendary" is unapologetically queer, unabashedly fierce, and hits the runway up to speed

This year's Capital Pride has been "reimagined" to feature virtual town halls, an original web series, and the Pridemobi...
05/20/2020
Capital Pride organizers announce "reimagined" events in response to COVID-19 pandemic - Metro Weekly

This year's Capital Pride has been "reimagined" to feature virtual town halls, an original web series, and the Pridemobile Rainbow Blast, which will document the city's Pride celebrations in each neighborhood.

The Capital Pride Alliance and The DC Center for the LGBT Community have announced a special collaboration to provide “reimagined” programming in lieu of traditional, in-person events that typically…

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