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Election outcome shines Attorneys for defendants LGBT contingent joins
spotlight on Log Cabin; in Robert Wone case 215,000 on National Mall
group hopes to find common seek gag order; local for last weekend’s
ground with House leadership. media outlets protest. Jon Stewart rally.
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LOCALNEWS

Catania, Graham breeze to victory; 7 gays win in Md. 


Fenty write-in votes Thomas has been a sup-
porter of LGBT rights and voted
the vote. The highest three vote-
getters win House of Delegates
high in gay precincts for the same-sex marriage law, seats in most districts, which
triggering organized opposition have three seats per district.
By LOU CHIBBARO JR. to his candidacy from church The other out gay or lesbian
lchibbaro@washblade.com groups and the anti-gay Na- challengers who won on Tues-
tional Organization for Marriage. day were Luke Clippinger (Dis-
Pro-gay D.C. Council Chair LGBT activists called the effort trict 46), which includes parts of
Vincent Gray won his race for by some local religious leaders Baltimore; and Bonnie Cullison
mayor with 73.9 percent of the to target all Council members up (District 19), which includes
vote and gay Council members for election this year because of parts of Montgomery County.
David Catania (I-At-Large) and their support for the same-sex
Jim Graham (D-Ward 1) easily marriage bill a total failure. Most gay ANC
won re-election on Tuesday. “In the end, it wasn’t the conten- candidates win races
But an unauthorized write-in tious issue that the opponents pre- Twenty-four of the 29 D.C Ad-
campaign for Mayor Adrian Fen- dicted,” said Mendelson, who also visory Neighborhood Commis-
ty, who lost the Democratic may- was targeted for his support for the sion candidates identified by
oral nomination to Gray in the gay marriage bill. “I can’t tell you the Gertrude Stein Democratic
Sept. 14 primary, yielded high how many candidate forums I went Club as gay or lesbian or allies
write-in vote counts in nearly all to where the issue of marriage of the LGBT community won
voter precincts with a high con- equality did not come up,” he said. their races Tuesday. Fourteen of
centration of gay residents. “It’s striking that the opposition the winners are incumbents.
In Maryland, the number of out to marriage equality never got any Three incumbents lost their
gay or lesbian members of the Washington Blade file photo by Michael Key traction in this election in spite of seats in what observers called un-
state legislature increased from Vincent Gray was elected D.C.’s next mayor this week, but he lost several their intense rhetoric,” he said. expected wins by their challeng-
four to seven in Tuesday’s election. precincts to write-in votes presumed to be cast for incumbent Adrian Fenty. In the Maryland election, ers. Among them were longtime
Among the winners is Mary Wash- incumbent state Sen. Richard ANC 6D07 Commissioner Robert
ington, who captured a House of tivist leaders joined the Ger- percent of the vote. Both came Madaleno of District 18 in Mont- “Bob” Siegel, who lost his Wash-
Delegates seat from Baltimore to trude Stein Democratic Club, out far ahead of challenger David gomery County won re-election ington Nationals Stadium area
become the first black lesbian to the city’s largest LGBT political Schwartzman, the Statehood- with 74.5 percent of the vote. seat to challenger David Garber.
win a seat in the Maryland Legis- group, in backing Gray in the Green Party candidate who House of Delegates incum- Garber had the endorsement of
lature and the second to hold that mayoral race. supports LGBT equality; and bents Anne Kaiser (District 14), Council member Tommy Wells (D-
distinction in the nation. Gray captured 73.9 percent of anti-gay independent candidate which includes Silver Spring, Ward 6). In Ward 5, gay ANC 5C07
The “write-in” category in the citywide vote, with the “write- Richard Urban, who called for re- Olney, and Damascus; Heather Commissioner Barrie Daneker lost
the D.C. mayor’s race won in in” vote coming in second with peal of the city’s same-sex mar- Mizeur (District 20), which in- to challenger James Fournier.
at least two precincts with high 22.8 percent. However, in major- riage law. Schwartzman received cludes parts of Silver Spring and Gay incumbent Michael Pat-
concentrations of gays on Capi- ity white Wards 1, 2, 3, and 6, the 6.8 percent and Urban received Takoma Park; and Maggie McIn- terson in ANC District 6B09 lost
tol Hill, highlighting the same ra- margin between the Gray and 5.1 percent. Non-Democratic tosh (District 43), which includes to challenger Brian Flahaven.
cial divisions among voters that write-in vote was closer, with the candidates who win at-large parts of Baltimore, each won re- Visit washingtonblade.com for
surfaced in the primary, where write-in vote count rising to be- seats traditionally have received election by comfortable margins. the list of the ANC candidates, both
Gray won in majority black sec- tween 30 and 43 percent. In Pre- less votes than the Democratic Washington, who ran in Dis- incumbents and challengers, listed
tions of the city and Fenty won cincts 89 and 90 on Capitol Hill, candidate in a city where the trict 43, which has three seats, by the Stein Club as members or al-
in majority white areas. which are home to a sizable gay overwhelming majority of voters came in third with 31.6 percent of lies of the LGBT community.
Most of the gay precincts are population, the write-in vote came register as Democrats.
in majority white sections, such as to 50.3 percent and 50.5 percent In the Ward 1 Council race,
Dupont Circle, Adams Morgan, respectively, with Gray receiving Graham received 81.3 per- obituary
Logan Circle and Capitol Hill. 46.3 percent and 45.5 percent. cent of the vote compared to
Activists familiar with the LGBT In the majority black Wards his gay Republican challenger, Dennis R. Jackson, 51
community have said black gays, 4, 5, 7, and 8, the write-in vote Marc Morgan, who received 7.6
like their straight counterparts, fell to single digits. percent of the vote. Statehood- Dennis R. Jackson died Oct. 31
supported Gray in overwhelm- D.C. Board of Elections and Green Party candidate Nancy according to his sister, LeAta Jack-
ing numbers. But because they Ethics executive director Pokey Shia received 9.5 percent. son. He was 51 and lived in Wash-
are dispersed throughout the Suleman said the city’s elec- Ward 5 Council candidate ington.
city and not concentrated in gay tion law bars the board from Tim Day, who became the fourth Jackson was born in D.C. on
enclaves, like those in the mostly identifying the names of people out gay candidate running for a June 2,1959. He attended Peoples
white areas, there are no known receiving write-in votes unless D.C. Council seat this year, lost Congregational UCC church and
“black gay” precincts. they capture enough votes to to incumbent Council member D.C. public schools. After graduat-
“I don’t think those are anti- win the race. Most election ob- Harry Thomas, a Democrat, by ing from Anacostia High School, he
Gray votes as much as they are servers assume the vast major- a lopsided margin of 84.0 per- attended Bucknell and Harvard Uni-
pro-Fenty votes,” Catania said on ity of write-in votes in Tuesday’s cent to 5.9 percent. versities. He served six years in the
Wednesday. “I think the vast ma- mayoral election went to Fenty. Day received the endorse- U.S. Navy as a radiologist technician
jority of them, after the inaugura- “I would presume that the ment of the Washington Post. He and after an honorable discharge, earned degrees from George
tion, those very same people will majority is for Fenty but I would drew additional news media cov- Washington University.
be very receptive to Vince and not presume all of them are,” erage by disclosing IRS and D.C. Jackson worked as a physician’s assistant and traveled exten-
his message, and we’re all going Suleman said. corporation office records show- sively to practice medicine. His favorite destination was Puerto
to come back together.” In the at-large Council race, ing that a charitable constituent Rico and he was fluent in Spanish. Jackson was an avid bowler.
In his victory speech late Catania came in second behind group that Thomas had been He interacted well with children and seniors and changed ca-
Tuesday night at Love nightclub Council member Phil Mendelson operating for many years did not reers to be a substitute teacher.
in Northeast D.C., which once (D-At-Large) in a four-candidate have a tax exemption from the He is survived by his father, Gilbert Jackson; sisters, Towanna
hosted the city’s black LGBT contest where the highest two IRS and lost its corporate status Thompson and LeAta Jackson; and other family members and
Pride festival, Gray reiterated his vote-getters win the seats. Men- from the city. The Post criticized friends.
campaign theme of “one city,” delson, who has a strong record Thomas over his handling of the Funeral services will be held at Hodges-Edwards Funeral
saying his administration will of support on gay issues, and charitable group. But the flap Home in Suitland, Md., today. Visitation is scheduled at 10 a.m.,
work hard to build unity among Catania endorsed each other. over the group did not help Day, with services to follow at 11.
D.C.’s diverse population groups. Mendelson received 58.3 per- an accountant, garner much STAFF REPORTS
Most of the city’s LGBT ac- cent, with Catania receiving 30.9 support from voters.
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NEWS

Gag order in Wone


case draws objections
Media outlets protest
proposed restrictions
By LOU CHIBBARO JR.
lchibbaro@washblade.com

Four D.C. area news outlets filed court


papers Monday objecting to a motion
filed last month by the defense in the
Robert Wone civil trial asking a judge to
prohibit all lawyers involved in the case
A screen capture of anti-gay former school board member Clint McCance on CNN. from speaking to the news media.
In a little noticed development, attorneys Washington Blade file photo by Michael Key
Anti-gay Ark. school board member resigns  representing gay defendants Joseph Price,
Victor Zaborsky, and Dylan Ward filed an ‘For more than four years defendants and
PLEASANT PLAINS, Ark. — A school board member who urged bullied gay and Oct. 8 motion in D.C. Superior Court ask- their counsel have actively sought to use the
lesbian youths to “commit suicide” has quit his post, CNN and other media outlets media to convince the public that their clients
ing for an order barring the attorneys from had no involvement in Robert Wone’s mur-
reported. making “extra-judicial statements” about der and cover up,’ attorneys for Katherine
Clint McCance, vice president of the Midland School District in Pleasant Plains, the case to anyone outside the courtroom. Wone said in a motion.
Ark., apologized for the comments, which caused a public outcry. He had posted “Most of the media coverage has clearly
them on Facebook in response to Spirit Day on Oct. 20, when people were asked implicated the defendants of some wrong- … so they can oppose the gag order’s
to wear purple in recognition of bullied gay youths after several suicides. doing, premised upon multiple inaccurate overbroad and unconstitutional prior re-
McCance apologized on CNN during an interview with Anderson Cooper. He’d and untruthful assertions of the Metropolitan straint of speech,” the motion says.
written on his Facebook page and said, “Seriously they want me to wear purple Police Department (“MPD”) and the U.S. In their motion seeking the order bar-
because five queers killed themselves,” McCance wrote. “The only way im wearin Attorney General’s Office for the District of ring the lawyers from speaking about the
it for them is if they all commit suicide. I can’t believe the people of this world have Columbia,” the defense motion states. case outside the courtroom, the attorneys
gotten this stupid. We are honoring the fact that they sinned and killed thereselves “The press coverage is necessarily representing the gay defendants cited an
because of their sin.” having the effect of poisoning the jury example of what they called a highly inap-
McCance told Cooper his statements were not indicative of his true feelings. He pool, which [threatens] to make it impos- propriate statement by an attorney repre-
attributed the posts to a lapse in judgment. sible for the defendants to find an impar- senting Katherine Wone, Robert Wone’s
tial jury,” it says. widow and the lead plaintiff in the case.
Washington, D.C. is gayest region in U.S.: report  The three defendants have been
named in a $20 million wrongful death
“On September 16, 2010, one of plain-
tiff’s attorneys, Patrick M. Regan, ad-
WASHINGTON — The District of Columbia leads the country in male same-sex lawsuit in connection with the 2006 mur- dressed a collection of reporters outside
households and Massachusetts is tops in lesbian-led homes, Washington Times der of D.C. attorney Robert Wone, who the court house, where he made numer-
has reported citing a university-based research center report from Bowling Green was stabbed to death in their upscale ous statements about the case, including
State University. townhouse near Dupont Circle. the following quote: ‘Defendants don’t
Overall, there were 581,300 gay-couple-headed households in the United States Earlier this year, a Superior Court assert their fifth amendment rights if they
in 2009, the National Center for Marriage & Family Research said in this month’s judge found the men not guilty of con- are not guilty of something.’”
Family Profiles report, citing data from the 2009 American Community Survey. spiracy, obstruction of justice and evi- “This patently incorrect and inflamma-
This is somewhat smaller than the 594,391 same-sex couples identified in the dence tampering in connection with the tory statement served no legitimate litiga-
2000 Census, but potential misclassifications mean “these differences should be murder. No one has been charged with tion purpose, but its public dissemination
interpreted with caution,” the Center report said. the murder itself. likely caused substantial prejudice to the
About 26 percent of the nation’s 581,300 gay households, or 152,121, were led The men have said an intruder killed defendants by ‘poisoning the well’ of po-
by married couples in 2009. Wone after entering the house while the tential jurors,” the defense motion says.
Geographically, the report identified about a dozen places where at least one in three were asleep in their bedrooms and Attorneys representing the media out-
10 unmarried couples are gay (whether the gay couples are themselves unmarried while Wone spent the night in a guest lets disputed that assertion. They noted
or married), the Times article said. bedroom at the house after working late that the civil trial is not scheduled to take
The District came in No. 1 in the nation, with 31 percent of the city’s unmarried at his nearby office. Wone and the men place for at least a year and that the court
couples identifying themselves as same-sex. This high representation was over- were longtime friends. process for screening potential jurors
whelmingly due to the men — gay male households make up 26 percent of all In a motion filed Monday, the D.C. blog would prevent the selection of jurors inca-
unmarried households, compared with 4 percent that were led by lesbians. Who Murdered Robert Wone, Washingto- pable of rendering an impartial verdict.
nian magazine, and Allbritton Communi- They also noted that defense attor-
LGBT domestic violence up 15 percent nationwide  cations Company on behalf of WJLA-TV,
News Channel 8, and the recently created
neys made strong statements to the
media denouncing the government’s evi-
CHICAGO — LGBT domestic violence is up 15 percent from 2008 in the U.S. local news website TBD.com asked the dence and arguments during the crimi-
according to a report released last week from the National Coalition of Anti-Vio- court for permission to intervene as third nal trial, where the defendants exercised
lence Programs. party opponents of the defense motion. their right not to testify.
The findings — which cite six 2009 murders related to LGBT domestic or in- “The gag order, if granted, would Katherine Wone’s attorneys filed a
timate partner violence, represents a 50 percent rise since 2007 — come at a constitute a prior restraint on speech separate motion on Oct. 25 opposing the
time when gay-specific programs are losing staff or closing due to the sluggish that would strip media interveners’ First gag order proposal.
economy. Amendment rights by barring them from “For more than four years defendants
“Member programs face sharp increases in calls from LGBTQ survivors, while speaking with either party’s counsel to and their counsel have actively sought to
sustaining 50 percent or more in cuts to staffing and program closures because of gather information about the case,” the use the media to convince the public that
the financial crisis,” said Lisa Gilmore of Chicago’s Center on Halsted Anti-Violence media outlets said in the motion. their clients had no involvement in Robert
Project. “To safeguard their constitutionally pro- Wone’s murder and cover up,” the Wone
From 2008 to 2009 there was a 99 percent increase in calls for police assistance tected rights to gather and report on news, attorneys’ motion says. “Plainly, defendants
and a 135 percent increase in arrests, though misarrests and reports of police mis- which would be obliterated if the gag order have enjoyed their ‘right to present their
conduct also rose dramatically in LGBT households, the report said. is entered, media interveners respectfully side of a dispute to the public ...’ Mrs. Wone
move this court for permission to intervene should not now be denied that same right.”
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NATIONALNEWS

Election results put LGBT advocates back on defense


Baldwin says chances
‘slim’ for ENDA in
new Congress
By CHRIS JOHNSON
cjohnson@washblade.com

In the wake of the seismic


change brought about by Elec-
tion Day results on Tuesday, sup-
porters of LGBT rights are making
new plans to advance their agen-
da in Congress as many signature
bills now seem out of reach.
On Tuesday, the Republi-
cans swept back into power by
winning a majority of seats in
the U.S. House and by shrink-
ing the Democratic majority in
the Senate.
CNN on Wednesday pro-
jected the GOP will take con-
trol of the U.S. House in the
112th Congress by winning at
least 60 seats in the election
— far more than the 39 seats
the party needed to take con-
trol of the chamber.
House Minority Leader John
Boehner (R-Ohio), who was giv-
en a score of “0” on the Human
Rights Campaign’s most recent
congressional scorecard, will
likely replace House Speaker
Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) in that Washington Blade file photo by Michael Key
role when Republicans come
‘I have seen no great signs that the Republicans who have been re-elected have changed their previous stances, and I certainly don’t feel like the new crop
into power in the next Congress. of candidates coming in are champions of gay rights,’ said Rep. Tammy Baldwin (D-Wis.).
Democrats fared better in the
Senate and retained control of would pass. & Obligations Act] bill,” Sainz islative rollback at every turn,” companies from discriminating
the chamber. Many U.S. senators “I have seen no great signs that said. “So, in terms of the fed- Sainz said. based on HIV status.
credited with being allies of the the Republicans who have been eral legislative front, I think that Which anti-gay measures “Our community needs to be
LGBT community, such as Ma- re-elected have changed their that’s probably the best assess- might the House pursue? Sainz as vocal as any in beating back
jority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) previous stances, and I certainly ment at this point.” said he wouldn’t rule out the those efforts to repeal the health
and Sen. Michael Bennet (D-Co- don’t feel like the new crop of can- Winnie Stachelberg, senior possibility of a federal consti- care bill,” Stachelberg said. “It
lo.), won re-election in tight races. didates coming in are champions vice president for external af- tutional amendment banning would be devastating to our
Still, Democrats in the Senate of gay rights,” she said. fairs at the Center for American same-sex marriage. community.”
are left with a reduced majority Still, LGBT advocates say Progress, also said she sees “At the highest of levels, we The Republican takeover of
and some LGBT allies, such as they see a path forward for room for the passage of tax may very well see another Fed- Congress has also augmented
Sen. Russ Feingold (D-Wis.), advancing certain rights even equality legislation or a bill to eral Marriage Amendment,” the sense of urgency around
were ousted by voters. with the challenge of Repub- extend partner benefits to fed- Sainz said. “At probably the finishing legislative work on re-
The major wins by the GOP lican control of the House and eral workers. more opportunistic level, we pealing “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell”
raises serious doubts about reduced Democratic majorities “I think if you take a look may see things inserted into this year while Democrats con-
moving big ticket pro-LGBT leg- in the Senate. at some of the issues around bills as amendments that may trol Congress.
islation — such as the Employ- Fred Sainz, HRC’s vice equality in benefits, equality in be harder to spot.” Alex Nicholson, executive
ment Non-Discrimination Act — president of communications, tax treatment — those are is- Baldwin said LGBT advo- director of Servicemembers
in the next Congress. said the loss of the House will sues that I would make invest- cates “need to be vigilant” United, said the results on Elec-
Tammy Baldwin (D-Wis.), the “certainly impede, but not en- ments in and talk about when it and prepare for any number of tion Day “underscore the urgent
only out lesbian in Congress, tirely stop” his organization’s comes to Congress,” she said. anti-gay initiatives that might need” to wrap up efforts on re-
predicted the shift in control of pursuit of LGBT rights through Even though Democrats will emerge from the House. Still, pealing the military’s gay ban. A
the House will have a “very sig- legislation. be in the minority in the House, Baldwin said she thinks the repeal measure is included as
nificant impact” on advancing Among the items that Sainz Sainz said HRC expects law- passage of a Federal Marriage part of major defense budget
pro-LGBT legislation. identified as having a chance makers to introduce major pro- Amendment in the 112th Con- legislation currently pending
“What I hope is that the Re- for passing are legislation elimi- LGBT legislation, such as ENDA gress would be “unlikely.” before the Senate.
publican majority that takes nating the tax penalty on em- and a bill that would repeal the “I think that is unlikely simply “It would be a huge blow, not
over will not revert to its agenda ployer-provided health benefits Defense of Marriage Act. because we still have the super only to ‘Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell’ re-
of the last time they were in the to same-sex partners. Sainz Supporters of LGBT rights majority requirements in the U.S. peal advocates but also to de-
majority, which put us frequent- also said he sees a way forward are also preparing for the pos- Senate, but it may come up, we fense contractors and military
ly on the defense fighting back for the Domestic Partner Ben- sibility of anti-gay measures. will have to see,” she said. families, if we don’t get an au-
anti-gay measures,” she said. efits & Obligations Act. Sainz said he expected “target- Stachelberg said the Republi- thorization bill by the end of the
Baldwin said the “chances “There could be space to ed attacks” with anti-LGBT bills can pledge to repeal the health care year,” Nicholson said.
are very slim” that ENDA or pass something like a domestic and amendments in the Repub- reform law should also be seen as Nicholson said an “abdica-
legislation providing partner partnership taxation bill, or even lican-controlled House. an anti-gay initiative. Among other
benefits to federal workers a [Domestic Partner Benefits “We will work to stop the leg- things, the law prohibits insurance Continues on page 10
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Continued from page 8

tion” of the authorization of funds for new defense expen-


ditures and personnel measures would be “unthinkable.”
“This Congress should not want to end its term with
that enormous failure on its shoulders,” Nicholson said.
Washington Blade file photo by Michael Key Baldwin also emphasized the importance of the lame
President Obama’s Justice Department has argued the court should place a stay on the injunction because, among other rea-
duck session in moving forward with “Don’t Ask, Don’t
sons, the U.S. military needs to devise training and guidance to those affected by ending ‘Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell.’ Tell” repeal — although she characterized the Senate’s
chances of passing repeal as only “possible.”

‘Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell’ is


“My hope is that since the lame duck will occur with the
hold over incumbents, that they can work their way through
a filibuster or avoid a filibuster and resolve to pass legisla-
tion that would repeal ‘Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell,’” she said.

back in effect after ruling


Many see passage of “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” in the
lame duck session of Congress before Republicans take
control as a challenge. One Democratic aide, who spoke
on the condition of anonymity, said a lot has to come into
alignment for the Senate to pass such legislation.
Appeals court extends stay on per said.
Cooper urged Obama to use his stop-loss authority “The political climate during the lame duck session will
injunction in Log Cabin case to prevent the further discharges of gay service mem- be toxic,” the aide said. “Passage of the defense bill will re-
quire all the stars aligning. And it will be impossible to pass
bers as the Ninth Circuit hears the case.
Joe Solmonese, president of the Human Rights this bill without the active support and pressure from Presi-
By CHRIS JOHNSON Campaign, also expressed disappointment with the dent Obama and Defense Secretary Robert Gates.”
cjohnson@washblade.com Ninth Circuit’s decision. With pro-LGBT initiatives possibly tied up for at least
“Every day that ‘Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell’ is in force, the next two years, many advocates are looking more
A U.S. appellate court is allowing for the continued Americans are losing out on the best and brightest closely at the Obama administration to make changes.
enforcement of “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” as judges con- service members defending our country,” Solmonese Stachelberg said the LGBT community needs to con-
sider a legal challenge to the law. said. ”For the good of our national security, the end- sider “a range” of ways to address inequality, including
On Monday, the U.S Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals less legal wrangling and political posturing has to non-congressional action.
issued a decision to extend a stay on an injunction stop.” “Congress is part of that, for sure, but it would be ter-
that would have blocked enforcement of the military’s Solmonese called on President Obama and Con- ribly short-sighted if we didn’t invest in efforts to ... build
gay ban. The injunction, issued last month by a lower gress to repeal “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” legislatively by on the success that this administration has begun to de-
court, temporarily stopped the enforcement of “Don’t the end of the year. velop with respect to the executive branch,” she said.
Ask, Don’t Tell.” The Obama administration brought the case of Among the administrative changes that Stachelberg
But in a 2-1 split decision, the majority on the three- Log Cabin v. United States to the Ninth Circuit af- said could be explored are regulatory changes, data col-
judge panel wrote that the continued enforcement ter U.S. District Judge Virginia Phillips last month is- lection, non-discrimination policies and funding streams.
of “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” is necessary because the sued an injunction against the enforcement of ”Don’t Sainz said HRC would continue to push for non-legis-
U.S. government has convincing arguments that an Ask, Don’t Tell.” lative changes from the Obama administration.
injunction will result in “immediate harm and precipi- The U.S. government argued the court should “Where federal policy changes are concerned, we
tous injury.” place a stay on the injunction because, among other believe that non-legislative policy changes will become
“We also conclude that the public interest in ensur- reasons, the U.S. military needs to devise training our continued avenue for progress at the federal level,”
ing orderly change of this magnitude in the military and guidance to those affected by ending “Don’t Ask, Sainz said. “That’s where we’re going to put an awful lot
— if that is what is to happen — strongly mitigates in Don’t Tell.” of resources over the next few years.”
favor of a stay,” the judges write. The Ninth Circuit’s decision on Monday affirms a According to an HRC document provided by Sainz,
The majority decision, written by U.S. Appellate temporary stay the appellate court had already is- among the policy changes the organization is seeking
Judges Diarmuid O’Scannlain and Stephen Trott, sued as it heard arguments over whether to keep the from the administration is LGBT inclusion in health care
means that discharges can continue under “Don’t injunction in place. reform implementation.
Ask, Don’t Tell” and military recruiters can turn away Alex Nicholson, executive director of Servicemem- Specifically, HRC wants the Department of Health &
open gays seeking to join the armed forces. bers United and sole named plaintiff in the lawsuit, Human Services to ensure that:
In his dissent, U.S. Appellate Judge William Fletch- called the Ninth Circuit’s decision “really unfortunate” • health disparity and data collection efforts include
er says he favors a partial stay, but the part of the and said the U.S. government “tricked” the judges sexual orientation and gender identity;
injunction blocking the discharges of gay service into issuing a stay on the injunction. • state health insurance exchanges provide coverage
members should remain in place. Nicholson said none of the “enormous conse- available to same-sex partners and their children;
“Defendants would not be required during the pen- quences” that Defense Secretary Robert Gates had • and benefits packages that insurance plans offer
dency of the appeal to change their recruiting prac- previously expressed concern about with respect to don’t exclude treatments for gender transition.
tices, to change their personnel manuals, or, subject ending “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” had come to pass when Another policy change that HRC is seeking is ensuring
only to the requirement that they not actually dis- the law was enjoined under the injunction. that LGBT families are included in federal disaster relief.
charge anyone, otherwise to change their practices,” “It is concerning that the government can so bla- According to HRC, LGBT families affected by Hur-
Fletcher writes. tantly pull one over on an appeals court, and it is ricane Katrina in 2005 were excluded from government
R. Clarke Cooper, executive director of Log Cabin equally frustrating that such a distinguished court services and subjected to anti-gay harassment in shelter
Republicans, which filed the lawsuit in 2004, said he’s would allow itself to be fooled so obviously and so facilities. HRC also asserts same-sex couples had dif-
“disappointed” the court will allow the continued en- publicly in the name of ‘deference,’” Nicholson ficulty obtaining housing or relief payments.
forcement of “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell.” said. “Abdication is more like it.” Consequently, HRC is urging urged the Department
“Despite this temporary setback, Log Cabin re- Legal experts expect the Ninth Circuit to make a de- of Homeland Security and the Federal Emergency Man-
mains confident that we will ultimately prevail on be- cision in the case next year after the court hears oral agement Agency to adopt policies barring discrimination
half of service members’ constitutional rights,” Coo- arguments. against LGBT people and to ensure that their families can
receive household aid.
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Cicilline is 4th openly gay member of Congress


Out Providence
mayor wins House
seat; Pougnet falls
short in Calif.
By CHRIS JOHNSON
cjohnson@washblade.com

The election of an openly


gay Rhode Island politician to
the U.S. House proved one of
the few bright spots on Election
Day for the LGBT community.
David Cicilline, who’s gay
and the mayor of Providence,
R.I., defeated his Republican
opponent, John Loughlin, a
Rhode Island State Assembly
member.
According to the Rhode Is-
land Board of Elections, Cicil-
line won by taking 50.6 percent Washington Blade file photo
of vote in the state’s 1st con- Providence Mayor David Cicilline will become the fourth sitting openly gay
gressional district while Lough- member of Congress when he takes his seat in January.
lin earned 44.6 percent.
Chuck Wolfe, CEO for the Vic- Kennedy in ensuring Rhode Is- Prior to the start of this Con-
tory Fund, commended Cicilline land’s first district is represent- gress, Bono Mack had the sup-
for his victory in a statement. ed by an effective congressman port of many in the LGBT com-
“Mayor Cicilline will be a in promoting equality for all peo- munity for voting twice against
strong advocate for all Rhode ple,” Cole said. the Federal Marriage Amend-
Islanders, but he will also be an Signs showed the race was ment. She also supported hate
authentic voice for the millions tightening in the week before crimes legislation as well as a Washington Blade file photo
of gay, lesbian, bisexual and the election. While earlier polls version of the Employment Non- Steve Pougnet, the gay mayor of Palm Springs, Calif., fell short in his bid to
transgender Americans who showed Cicilline ahead of Discrimination Act. unseat Republican incumbent Mary Bono Mack.
long for the day when we will Loughlin by double-digit num- But the Republican lawmak-
be treated equally under law,” bers, the lead dropped to single er’s vote this year against “Don’t According to the Westfield Led- mayor of Lexington, Ken.; Nick-
Wolfe said. ”We are enormously digits in some polls the week Ask, Don’t Tell” repeal earned ger newspaper, with all but one ie Antonio as the first openly
proud of him and grateful to before the campaign. the rancor of many LGBT peo- precinct reporting, Lance claimed gay member of the Ohio House;
Rhode Island voters.” The Loughlin campaign also ple. Others in the LGBT com- 59 percent of votes to defeat the Marcus Brandon as the only out
Cicilline’s election positions engaged in what could be seen munity also flocked to Pougnet gay Democratic challenger. gay state lawmaker in North
him to become the fourth sit- as gay-baiting in the weeks be- because his election would have Potosnak’s chances of win- Carolina; and three newcomers
ting openly gay member of the fore the election. Loughlin ran made him the first person in a ning were widely seen as slim. in Maryland who boosted the
U.S. House when the 112th ads emphasizing that he’s a same-sex marriage and the first Neither HRC nor the Victory state’s openly gay and lesbian
Congress begins in January. husband and a father — pos- gay father elected to Congress. Fund endorsed him in the race. delegation to seven.
He’ll succeed Rep. Patrick Ken- sibly a reference to the fact that Pougnet lost the race even Still, the candidate received an
nedy (D-R.I.), who’s retiring Cicilline is gay and single — though he managed to be on endorsement from the National Iowa justices ousted
from Congress at the end of this and defended “Don’t Ask, Don’t par with Bono Mack in terms of Stonewall Democrats. While celebrating the victo-
year. Gay Reps. Jared Polis (D- Tell” during a debate. fundraising throughout much of Michael Mitchell, Stonewall’s ries of openly gay candidates
Colo.), Barney Frank (D-Mass.) The news wasn’t as good for the campaign. According to the executive director, said Potos- around the country, LGBT ad-
and Tammy Baldwin (D-Wisc.) other openly gay candidates FEC, the Democratic candidate nak ran a “solid, clean cam- vocates expressed disappoint-
all won re-election Tuesday. seeking election to Congress. raised nearly $1.7 million while paign” that focused on educa- ment and concern after three
The Providence mayor was Both were Democratic candi- Bono Mack raked in more than tion and business growth. state Supreme Court justices
favored to win because he dates who faced the challenge $2.2 million. “As a teacher and small busi- who ruled in favor of same-sex
was running in a Democratic of unseating incumbent Repub- Both HRC and the Victory Fund ness owner, Ed knows firsthand marriage rights in Iowa were
stronghold and was a power- licans in traditionally GOP dis- had endorsed Pougnet in his bid the struggles of the constituents ousted by voters.
house fundraiser. According to tricts during an election that was and expressed disappointment in of the district, something that his The anti-gay group National
Federal Election Commission seen as a Republican wave. his loss on Election Day. opponent Leo Lance has forgot- Organization for Marriage spent
reports, Cicilline raked in nearly Steve Pougnet, who’s gay Cole said Pougnet’s loss is ten, given that he spoke about $600,000 on TV ads and a state-
$1.7 million over the course of and mayor of Palm Springs, sad not just for his district, but jobs on the House floor for un- wide bus tour in an effort to re-
his campaign. Calif., lost his bid to unseat for Congress because the body der two minutes during the entire move the justices, an effort de-
Cicilline earned the endorse- six-term incumbent Rep. Mary “needs more voices like him.” 110th Congress,” Mitchell said. cried as an attempt to intimidate
ment of many national LGBT Bono Mack (R-Calif.). “Pougnet would have been In addition to Cicilline, the justices across the country.
organizations, including the Hu- According to the California the first gay parent to serve in Victory Fund announced that “By their own admission,
man Rights Campaign and the secretary of state’s website, Congress but remains a leader more openly LGBT candidates NOM’s Iowa strategy was about
Victory Fund. with 445 of 624 precincts re- in our community and a power- won election to public office sending a warning shot to judges
In a statement, Michael Cole, porting, Bono Mack claimed ful force for equality,” Cole said. than in any other year. The nationwide,” said HRC President
an HRC spokesperson, said 51.5 percent of the vote com- On the other side of the coun- group, which works to elect Joe Solmonese. “NOM and its se-
he’s “thrilled” that Cicilline will pared to the 42.1 percent of try, Ed Potosnak, a schoolteacher openly LGBT candidates, said cret donors will continue to target
join the members of Congress the vote earned by Pougnet. A and former staffer for Rep. Mike at least 106 of its 164 endorsed judges around the country if they
who are openly gay. third-party conservative candi- Honda (D-Calif.), lost his bid to candidates won their races. rule in favor of marriage equality
“No doubt he will carry on the date, Bill Lussenheide, won 6.4 unseat Rep. Leonard Lance (R- Specifically, Victory Fund and will foster an anti-gay, hostile
record of retiring Rep. Patrick percent of the vote. N.J.), a one-term incumbent. celebrated wins by Jim Gray as environment in the process.”
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NATIONALNEWS

Log Cabin says Boehner helpful on ‘Don’t Ask’ vote


GOP election victories ers believe House Republicans
won’t allow gay bills to come to
shine spotlight on gay the House floor for a vote.
Republican group Cooper, however, said he
and his Log Cabin team have
a plan for persuading congres-
By LOU CHIBBARO JR. sional Republican leaders to
lchibbaro@washblade.com consider and agree to a vote on
at least two gay bills. According
Rep. John Boehner (R-Ohio), to Cooper, one is an as yet to
who is expected to become be unveiled tax reform bill that
Speaker of the House in January, would address “tax inequities
agreed to a request by the gay that affect the gay community.”
GOP group Log Cabin Republi- The other is the Employment
cans not to penalize House Re- Non-Discrimination Act, or
publicans who voted in May for ENDA, which Democratic lead-
repeal of “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell,” ers declined to bring up for a
according to the group’s leader. vote during the past two years.
Log Cabin Executive Director The measure calls for banning
R. Clarke Cooper said Boehner employment discrimination
agreed to his request that the based on sexual orientation and
House minority leader not order gender identity.
a Republican whip count for an Cooper said the tax bill
amendment to a defense au- would appeal to “the broader
thorization bill calling for repeal- conservative community” while
ing “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell.” Whip addressing inequities in the gay
counts are sometimes viewed community.
as a means of pressuring mem- “We would be attracting new
bers to vote the way party lead- or additional allies that we’ve Washington Blade file photo by Michael Key

ers want them to vote, and House not had in the past,” he said.
‘I saw it as a positive indicator that he didn’t blow me off,’ said Log Cabin Executive Director R. Clarke Cooper of a
GOP leaders, including Boehner, “There are several members of meeting he had with Rep. John Boehner about ‘Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell’ repeal.
opposed the repeal amendment. Congress right now who don’t
In what he called a concil- have a record, good or bad, or
iatory gesture, Cooper said who are unknown to our com- ban same-sex marriage. a rival gay Republican group, Richard Tafel, who served
Boehner agreed to his request munity. And this gives them an “If the question is what im- GOProud. as Log Cabin’s executive direc-
to “no whip” the amendment opportunity to put a toe in the pact gay Republicans will have Founded by conservative tor in the 1990s, told the Blade
during a meeting in Boehner’s water on doing pro-equality in a Republican-controlled Con- gay GOP activist Christopher Tuesday that he believes the
office days before the House measures.” gress, the answer is none,” Cata- Barron, who broke away from new GOP-controlled House will
voted 234 to 194 on May 27 to Cooper said the tax bill, the nia said. “And if the last 10 years Log Cabin two years ago, GO- be far more receptive to LGBT
approve it. Only five Republi- details of which would be re- has demonstrated anything it’s Proud received criticism from equality issues than the GOP
cans voted for the amendment, leased at the start of the new that the Republican Party has no LGBT activists this fall for pro- Congress he contended with
which was introduced by Rep. Congress in January, would interest in a big tent, no interest ducing a campaign ad calling nearly a decade ago.
Patrick Murphy (D-Pa.). help pave the way for more Re- in having gay Republicans at the for the defeat of gay Rep. Bar- “I think the Republicans have
“He did not do a whip count,” publican support for ENDA. table.” ney Frank (D-Mass.). The ad learned a very harsh lesson
Cooper said. “And in the grand Other LGBT organizations is- “And the fact that gay Re- accused Frank of being respon- from the ’90s, when I was there,
scheme of things it’s not the sued statements Tuesday night publicans continue to live in a sible for “the financial meltdown which is gay bashing didn’t
biggest deal on the planet. But saying the Republican takeover fantasy land as if they mattered that devastated our economy” work. It was fundamentally a
I saw it as a positive indicator of the House and the increased to the establishment in the GOP in his role as chair of the House flaw…the Tea Party is all about
that he didn’t blow me off.” number of Republicans elected is mind blowing,” he said. committee that approved gov- fiscal responsibility,” he said,
The repeal measure died in a to the Senate would essentially A spokesperson for House ernment bailouts for banks. adding that the new GOP lead-
Senate filibuster. Senate Demo- eliminate any chance of passing Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.), Other activists note that Log ership will likely follow that path
cratic leaders have promised to LGBT bills for at least two years. who will be replaced as speaker Cabin had its own financial rather than expend resources
bring it up again later this month National Stonewall Demo- by Boehner in January, gave an meltdown in 2008, when money opposing gay equality issues.
in a congressional “lame duck” crats, the Human Rights Cam- equally harsh assessment of problems resulted in the layoff Gay Republican activist Jim
session, but its prospects for paign and the National Gay & the influence of gay Republi- of its entire Washington staff. Driscoll, who served on the Pres-
passing are uncertain. Lesbian Task Force each re- cans under the new Congress. The group’s board and state idential Advisory Council on HIV/
Meanwhile, with Republicans leased statements describing “They have got to be drinking and local chapters remained AIDS during the Bush adminis-
winning control of the House in the new crop of Republican some serious Kool-Aid over at active and kept the group going tration, said Log Cabin’s influ-
Tuesday’s midterm elections, leaders as “anti-equality.” Log Cabin Republicans’ head- until funds were raised to hire ence “will be heavily dependent”
LGBT activists and Capitol Hill HRC noted that Boehner; quarters,” said Pelosi spokes- a new executive director and a on its willingness to support Re-
pundits will likely weigh Coo- Rep. Eric Cantor (R-Va.), the person Drew Hammill. “To think small Washington staff. publicans on non-LGBT issues
per’s interaction with Boehner expected new House majority that a Republican majority Cooper and other Log Cabin like the economy and GOP posi-
as part of their assessment of leader; and Rep. Mike Pence would do anything to advance supporters strongly dispute tions on AIDS programs.
whether gay Republicans will (R-Ind.), the expected majority equality for the LGBT commu- claims that congressional GOP “Regardless of how Log
have access to and influence whip, each received an HRC nity is simply delusional.” leaders will ignore the group. Cabin fares, I believe that most
with House GOP leaders over scorecard rating of “0” on LGBT Mara Keisling, executive They note that unlike the last Republican offices will be more
pending LGBT legislation. issues over the past two years. director of the National Cen- GOP takeover of Congress, vir- receptive to openly gay Repub-
Although Democrats retained D.C. Council member Da- ter for Transgender Equality, tually none of the current crop of licans than any time before,”
their control of the Senate, most vid Catania (I-At-Large), who which has been among the lead Republican candidates ran on an Driscoll said. “Republicans
political observers — including won election to another term on groups lobbying for ENDA, said anti-gay or anti-same-sex mar- will realize that this election
LGBT advocates — agree that Tuesday, said his opinion of the she hopes Log Cabin does riage platform. Economic issues was not won on social issues
major LGBT-related bills would Republican Party as an impedi- have access and influence over and the Tea Party-led revolt this or gay baiting. In fact, nearly
have no chance of passing in ment to LGBT equality hasn’t congressional GOP leaders. year against “big government” all Republican strategists and
Congress next year without the changed since he left the party But she noted that some of overshadowed social issues like consultants advised their can-
consent of Republican leaders in 2004 over its support for a Log Cabin’s effort could be un- gay marriage, Cooper and other didates to keep quiet or tone
like Boehner. And most observ- constitutional amendment to dercut by what appears to be Log Cabin members said. down on this one.”
18 washingtonblade.com • november 5, 2010

NATIONALNEWS

Rally for sanity, fear packs National Mall


LGBT contingent joins
215,000 for Stewart,
Colbert event
By CHRIS JOHNSON
cjohnson@washblade.com

It was all about encouraging


sanity. Or was it stoking fear?
Either way, the National Mall
was packed on Saturday with
an estimated 215,000 devotees
of faux news anchor Jon Stew-
art and faux commentator Ste-
phen Colbert for their “Rally to
Restore Sanity and/or Fear.”
“If you look at the size of the
crowd, you can see the inspira-
tion there,” said C. Dixon Os-
burn, a gay D.C.-based activ-
ist who attended the rally. “The
throngs of us have been long- Washington Blade photo by Michael Key

ing for some clarity and sanity An estimated 215,000 people turned out Saturday to hear Comedy Central stars Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert spoof recent political rallies
in moving forward.”
The Comedy Central pair ap- “This sign contains correct gram- “We are finding acceptance in ing out and cursing out a plane Similarly, Ford said he thinks the
proached the joint rally with dif- mar and spelling.” Yet another our families and the companies of passengers just trying to get rally is an opportunity to energize
ferent agendas. Stewart called attendee raised a sheet with the where we work,” he said. “But to Pittsburgh,” he said. “Maybe those who may not otherwise be
for greater sanity in political dis- message, “I have a sign.” there’s this disconnect, and that a hug would have solved the engaged in the political process.
course to transcend the sound Still, others attempted to disconnect is in part because of whole thing.” “It’s not necessarily just all
bite journalism found on cable deliver decidedly liberal mes- political leadership that contin- Meanwhile, Colbert offered left, but it’s people from all walks
news networks. sages. Some carried signs that ues to try to divide us — rather awards for those who induced of life, from all states and coun-
Opening the rally, Stewart as- read, “Thank You Obama” and than unite us — as a country.” fear among others. Among the tries that are interested in Ameri-
sured those in attendance that listed the accomplishments of Zach Ford, a gay blogger recipients was the black T-shirt can equality and progress,”
outsiders witnessing the event his first two years in office, such from Harrisburg, Pa., held a donned by CNN news anchor Ford said. “They’re coming out
would judge it by two criteria. as passage of health care re- sign saying “Free Hugs from Anderson Cooper during his cov- here just to get energized and to
“The intellectual coherence form legislation. a Military Atheist with a Gay erage of disasters striking vari- show what’s important to them.”
of the content and its correlation Osburn, director of law and Agenda” and embracing those ous areas throughout the country. Closing the rally with a key-
to the engagement of -- I’m just security for Human Rights who approached him. Observing that when Cooper note address, Stewart said he
kidding -- its color and size,” Watch, participated in the rally “People are still scared of shows up in a neighborhood, it wanted to clarify the purpose of
Stewart said. “We all know that.” by distributing stickers read- homosexuality in the same way means bad news for the area, the rally, emphasizing it wasn’t
Colbert, on the other hand, ing “Fight Fear” while wearing they were 40, 50 years ago,” Colbert brought one of the an- intended to suggest times aren’t
sold the rally as a promotion of chicken a beak. Ford said. “The same myths chor’s T-shirt on stage and gave difficult and Americans have
the kind of fear-mongering dia- “It’s part of the Colbert tongue- persist. That’s why I’m out here it an award for spreading fear. nothing to fear.
logue from political commenta- and-cheek satire of ‘Keep Fear identifying myself as gay openly “Say ‘hi’ to Anderson’s rock- “They are and we do,” he
tors that he spoofs on his show. Alive,’ which means being chick- and hugging people because I hard torso for us,” Colbert added. said. “But we live now in hard
“[The people here] are rea- en,” Osburn said. “The reality is want to help dispel the myth for Some political pundits had times, not end times, and unfor-
sonable for now, Jon,” Colbert you’re supposed to fight fear, so some people.” speculated that the rally could tunately one of our main tools in
said. “But soon they’ll be a we were there armed with facts At one point during the rally, be an “October surprise” that delineating the two broke.”
mindless panicked mob once I rather than fear on issues like Stewart announced awards for could motivate people to vote Stewart argued that what he
release the bees.” terrorism and torture and nation- those exhibiting a propensity Democratic and mitigate what’s called the “country’s 24-hour politi-
No bees were actually un- al security issues.” for sanity in moments when the expected to be profound losses cal pundit perpetual panic inflictina-
leashed, although the sound ef- Media Matters, a progressive public was paying attention. for the party on Election Day. tor” isn’t responsible for America’s
fect of a swarm played on loud media watchdog group, dis- Stewart also commended oth- Rep. Jared Polis (D-Colo.), a problems, but said its existence
speakers. tributed signs reading “Restore ers for taking responsibility af- gay lawmaker, hosted a satellite makes solving them harder.
As they often do during their Sanity: Fight Fox,” a dig at the ter acting in less than rationale gathering for the rally on Friday “The press can hold its mag-
TV shows, the two comedians news network known for its con- ways in the past. in Boulder, Colo., presumably in nifying glass up to our prob-
sometimes drew on gay-related servative bent. Among those he noted was an attempt to motivate the Dem- lems, bringing them into focus,
jokes as they fired up the crowd. A sizeable libertarian pres- Steven Slater, a gay former ocratic base there. illuminating issues heretofore
In the song with the refrain ence could be seen at the rally. flight attendant with JetBlue. In Sean Theriault, a gay govern- unseen,” Stewart said. “Or they
“There is no one American than A few had “Don’t Tread on Me” August, he notoriously cursed ment professor at the University can use that magnifying glass
we,” Stewart and Colbert sang the flags draped on their backs as out a passenger on a plane of Texas, Austin, said the rally to light ants on fire.”
line “from gay men who like football they watched Stewart and Col- arriving at John F. Kennedy In- could have some impact on vot- Still, Stewart said even with
to straight men who like ‘Glee.’” bert’s performance. ternational Airport, grabbed a ers, but added that those who such political dialogue tak-
Many rally participants carried LGBT people also made up a beer from the galley and de- think it’ll prevent a Democratic ing place, he feels “strangely,
messages that lampooned pre- significant part of the estimated ployed an emergency exit slide wipeout are “mistaken.” calmly good” because he said
vious rallies in D.C. with a more 215,000 in attendance; the crowd and fled the plane. “It could help turnout a little the uncompromising image of
definite political agenda, such as estimate was reported by CBS In a video played at the rally, bit, it could get the base a little Americans depicted in the me-
Fox News commentator Glenn News. Osburn said there are Slater apologized for his actions bit energized and it could have dia is false.
Beck’s Tea Party rally or the pro- “two realities” in the LGBT com- and admitted he acted in a less a huge impact on a couple of “We know instinctively as
gressive One Nation Rally. munity: more people are coming than sane manner. races that are pretty close, but I a people that if we are to get
One held a sign reading “I out and coming out at an earlier “I could have found a more don’t think it’s going to save the through the darkness and back
want my country (ham) back” age as a lack of federal protec- productive way of expressing Democrats from the impending into the light, we have to work
and another waived a sign stating tions for LGBT people persists. my frustration instead of freak- disaster,” Theriault said. together,” Stewart said.
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55 years later, ‘Howl’ remains relevant


Iconic Ginsberg literary classic. I bet my dog-
eared copy of “Howl and Other
in 1955, it’s easy to forget how
breathtakingly revolutionary the
poetry open for everyone to en-
joy,” Matthew Rothschild, editor
is tanking and our country is
involved in two wars, Ginsberg
work reminds us of Poems” that no one can leave poem was to those hearing it of “The Progressive,” told me. still speaks to us.
poetry’s importance the cinema after seeing the film
and not go away believing what
for the first time. Written in the
McCarthy era when you could
Too frequently, we poets
are more obsessed with get-
Ginsberg “continues to be a
... role model as a poet deep-
we poets know: poetry is essen- lose your job, be arrested, or ting published, winning prizes ly engaged in the moral and
By KATHI WOLFE tial to the heart and soul of all of institutionalized (being gay was — with the Po Biz, than we are political issues of his times,”
us and to our republic. considered to be a mental ill- with the true aims of poetry — Browning, author of “Whiskey
Few things seem to many of Today, “Howl” is taught not ness until 1973 by the American being engaged with art and in the Garden of Eden,” said,
us as useless, ethereal and, at only in colleges but at some mil- Psychiatric Association) if you with the personal and political “[his] poetry is still ... impor-
times, incomprehensible as po- itary academies. In 1998, a year were openly queer, “Howl” is aspects of the world. Ginsberg tant, asserting the erotic as re-
etry. I can say this; I’m a poet. after Ginsberg died at 70 in a Whitmanesque work replete tirelessly used his art to en- sistance, ... declaring the sanc-
You have to memorize bor- 1997, I visited City Lights book- with open, explicit gay sexuality gage the world. “He ... never tity of lived experience in all its
ing poems at school; applaud store, co-founded by poet Law- and anti-capitalist, anti-military stopped believing in the power messy particulars.”
sappy poems from unwanted rence Ferlinghetti, in San Fran- sentiments. of the word to move people,” There will always be “messy
lovers; and admire your friend’s cisco. I’d hoped to actually set Shock waves went through Sarah Browning, executive di- particulars” from homophobia
cat haiku. No wonder Plato eyes on Ferlinghetti, who was the literary community and the rector of Split This Rock, an or- to war to poverty to unrequited
blamed poets for the troubles arrested on obscenity charg- wider society in the mid 1950s ganization working to integrate love. Thankfully, there will al-
in his republic. es in 1956 after he published when Ginsberg recited from poetry of witness into public ways be poets and poetry to
Yet, as the movie “Howl,” “Howl.” (In 1957, after a widely “Howl,” “who let themselves be life, e-mailed me. engage us in the vital issues of
playing nationally and at the publicized trial, Judge W. J. fucked in the ass by saintly mo- Ginsberg was an opponent our times.
West End Cinema in Wash- Clayton Horn ruled that “Howl” torcyclists, and screamed with of the Vietnam War as well
ington, D.C. attests, contrary had “redeeming social impor- joy,...” and “who were burned as a gay activist. “He threw
to misperceptions, poetry, far tance” and wasn’t obscene.) I alive in their innocent flannel his life into opposing authori-
from being ephemeral, matters. was disappointed to learn that suits on Madison Avenue amid tarianism here and abroad,”
The superb genre-blending Ferlinghetti, newly appointed blasts of leaden verse & the Rothschild said.
hybrid, reviewed previously in Poet Laureate of San Francisco, tanked-up clatter of the iron Things are much better for
the Blade by David Hoffman, couldn’t greet “Howl” aficiona- regiments of fashion....” queers now than they were for
is about iconic gay poet Allen dos because he was being in- Poetry too often is in the Ginsberg when he wrote “Howl”
Ginsberg and his groundbreak- terviewed by Newsweek. province of the literary elite rath- and the McCarthy era is over.
ing poem “Howl,” a manifesto Fifty-five years after Gins- er than for the general public. Yet, the world is still troubled. At Kathi Wolfe is a writer, poet and regular
contributor to the Blade. She can be
for open queer sexuality and berg first read “Howl” at the Ginsberg made poetry more in- a time when gay youth are com- reached through this publication.
free speech, now an American Six Gallery in San Francisco clusive. “Allen Ginsberg busted mitting suicide; the economy

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A Tree Remains in Brookland


By Valerie M. Blake suburbia with Metrorail access, The upcoming Brookland
Prudential Carruthers superb bus service and the ar- Artspace Lofts is expected to
realTOrS® chitecture of Cleveland Park break ground in 2011 and will
and Chevy Chase available at feature a dance and music stu-
During my lifetime I have half the price. dio, rehearsal and performance
moved 40 times. Yup, that’s Amid numerous parks, the space, a green roof and afford-
right – 40 times! I’ve lived in striking Basilica of the National able rental housing geared to
12 states, two foreign countries Shrine of Immaculate Con- artists who earn 60% or less of
and in three of the four quad- ception, and the manicured DC’s annual median income. For
rants of the District of Columbia. grounds of the Franciscan 2010, that translates to $43,000
Until further notice I live in Monastery, Brookland offers or less for a one-person house-
Brookland in northeast DC, stone-front, brick, or clapboard hold to a maximum of $62,000
where I bought one of the top Colonial, Cape Cod, Tudor and for a 4-person household.
ten most expensive homes at Bungalow detached homes as Abdo Development’s mixed-
the height of the booming real well as Wardman look-alike row- use Arts Walk project is also on
estate market in the spring of houses at prices ranging pre- the horizon and will include stu-
2007. (Insert heavy sigh here.) dominantly from the mid-$300’s dios, residential housing for rent
I never expected that within to the high $500’s. and purchase, and a pedestri-
my first week of moving here 9 While the area may still be an-friendly public square con-
neighbors would stop by to wel- unchartered territory for some taining galleries, shops, cafés
come me or that another resi- home buyers, it’s a safe bet that and restaurants. Photo courtesy of iStockphoto.com
dent, when leaving her metered Brookland will gain popularity In the mean time, resale
parking space on the 12th Street in the future, fueled by environ- homes continue to dominate an easy commute to the Wash- While I look at every home I
NE strip of shops, would invite mentally-conscious growth and Brookland’s housing market. ington Hospital Center. buy as the “next” one and not
me to pull into her spot as she the infrastructure that normally The Metropolitan Regional In- For a local evening out, en- the “last one,” I am pretty cer-
left and use the rest of the time follows on the heels of residen- formation System (accessed joy your favorite micro-brew tain that you will find me on
on her meter for free. tial development. 10/29/10) shows 62 homes cur- with dinner at popular Colonel my lawn next spring when my
Where on earth had I land- EYA’s Chancellor’s Row, lo- rently available for sale, with Brooks’ Tavern, feast on Tex- neighbors and I once again turn
ed? This was certainly not cated to the west of Brookland fixer-uppers listed as low as Mex cuisine at the San Antonio out for the annual Great Brook-
DC, was it? People were über- Metro, features a site plan that $165,000 and all but one home Bar and Grill, or sample vegan land Yard Sale. Bring cash.
friendly. My neighbors actually surrounds St. Paul’s College priced under $510,000. Houses fare and feed your sweet tooth
had names, held my UPS pack- and preserves and adds to ex- currently available for rent fetch at the Brookland Café. Valerie M. Blake can be
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Revival of game-changing will want to be dancing — at the end of the show au-
dience members are encouraged to dance with the
long-locked statement that societal norms could and
should be broken. Long hair, especially on men, be-
musical brings new insights cast on stage. came a counterculture symbol and is celebrated fa-
to hippie culture “Hair” is the story of a group of political, long-haired
hippies in the late ‘60s living a bohemian life in New
mously in a great litany from the title song— “hair long,
straight, curly, fuzzy, snaggy, shaggy, ratty, natty, oily,
York and opposing the Vietnam War. Claude (Paris greasy, fleecy, twisted, beaded, braided, powdered,
By DAVID J. HOFFMAN Remillard), a pensive romantic and gentle soul, and flowered, bangled, tangled, spangled and spaghet-
his friend Berger (Steel Burkhardt), a boisterous and tied.”
The dawning of the “Age of Aquarius” — what a irreverent extrovert, along with their roommate Sheila It opened off-Broadway in 1967 and on the Great
concept. Especially when considered through the (Caren Lyn Tackett), struggle along with their friends White Way six months later where it ran four years.
2010 prism of jaded cynicism. to balance their lives, loves and the sexual revolution Several revivals followed and it was adapted for film.
Even if the notion that “peace will guide the plan- with their rebellion against the war, their conservative The latest Broadway revival — which spawned this
ets and love will steer the stars” is greeted only with parents and society in general. The relatively simple current touring company — won a Tony last year for
smirks, the 40-year-old music of “Hair,” whose latest story centers around Claude’s conflict over whether “best revival.” It’s widely acknowledged as a ma-
incarnation opened at the Kennedy Center last week to resist the draft as several of his friends have done jor game changer for musicals as its songs, several
and plays there through Nov. 21, still has the power to or to compromise his principles and risk life and limb of which were pop radio hits, are in the rock idiom,
rock your world with its breezy, catchy score. in Vietnam.
You will remember several of the songs and you The “hair” of the title refers to the then-common Continues on page 40
28 washingtonblade.com • november 5, 2010

QUEERY: 20 Questions for Alex Nicholson


By JOEY DiGUGLIELMO How long have you been out and who If science discovered a way to change
joeyd@washblade.com was the hardest person to tell? sexual orientation, what would you
Since age 16. Mother. do?
Alex Nicholson is an overachiever and At this stage in my life, I certainly
self-admitted workaholic. Who’s your gay hero? wouldn’t change a thing.
At just 29, he’s had an Army career, She’s not gay, but Julia Sugarbaker.
earned a college degree and master’s (he’s
finishing up his political science Ph.D. pro- What do you believe in beyond the
What’s Washington’s best nightspot, physical world?
gram now), learned four languages besides past or present?
English, lived abroad and made enough No comment.
Washington Blade photo by Michael Key Tie between Nation (past) and Lizard
money that he can donate his salary back Lounge (past). Now, ActiveDuty Thurs-
to Servicemembers United, the organization for which he’s executive director. What’s your advice for LGBT move-
days at Nellie’s – D.C.’s gay military night.
But it hasn’t all been smooth sailing. Nicholson had been in the Army working as an ment leaders?
interrogator at Fort Huachuca in southern Arizona for just a year when he was discharged In civil rights activism, I’ve come
Describe your dream gay wedding.
under “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” in 2002. He’d written a letter in Portuguese to his former to learn the higher the paycheck the
Never been turned on by the thought
boyfriend — a Brazilian he’d met while living in Miami — and a colleague in his unit discov- lower the level of competence and ef-
of a big gay wedding.
ered it. It was an intelligence unit and she also happened to know Portuguese. fectiveness.
“For years I felt a lot of shame and embarrassment about it,” Nicholson says. “I
What non-gay issue are you most
didn’t know nearly what I know now about the issue then so I’ve gradually been able What would you walk across hot
to put that experience into a broader perspective … It’s not really something to be passionate about?
Reducing and deterring violent crime. coals for?
ashamed of more than I was just a player caught up in a political game.” Ouch!
Veterans Day, coming up Thursday, brings mixed emotions. Nicholson says he
likes to use the day to bring focus to non-LGBT veterans issues that also affect What historical outcome would you
change? What gay stereotype annoys you
discharged gays.
“I really try to step back and not politicize it,” he says. The introduction of slavery to the U.S. most?
The Columbia, S.C., native went back to school, spent a year learning Arabic in Show tunes
Egypt on a Defense Department fellowship, and eventually began his work on “Don’t What’s been the most memorable pop
Ask” repeal activism. culture moment of your lifetime? What’s your favorite gay movie?
He enjoys his work so much he says it doesn’t feel like work. Besides my pilgrimage to the “Golden “Pageant”
“I probably don’t need as much leisure time as most people because work for me Girls” home at MGM Studios, probably
is exciting, fun and exhilarating. I get a thrill out of lobbying and I really enjoy the partying with celebs every weekend in What’s the most overrated social
work I do.” the VIP lounge at Crobar Miami. Good custom?
But he would eventually like to find a relationship, he says. For now, he’s content times. Glad they’re over. No elbows on the table.
unwinding with his TV favorites like “Judge Judy” and “The Golden Girls.”
Nicholson lives in Rosslyn. On what do you insist? What trophy or prize do you most
Truth and accuracy. covet?
The Nobel Prize for peace.
What was your last Facebook post or
Tweet?

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What do you wish you’d known at 18?
“Was that a sonic boom over DC or Ar-
lington at 7:35 this morning? Anyone else What I really wanted to be doing at 28
hear that? It woke me up from a dead so I could get a head start on it (note:
sleep and scared the dickens out of me.” what I’m doing now isn’t it).
(Turned out to be the F-18 flyover for the
Marine Corps Marathon.) Why Washington?
It’s a pleasant city with a reasonable
If your life were a book, what would climate, most people you meet here
the title be? are doing something interesting and
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Photo courtesy of the filmmakers

A still from the gay-themed film ‘Leading Ladies’ which will be screened tonight in Alexandria.

Gay-themed ‘Ladies’ screened tonight


“Leading Ladies,” a film about a ballroom dancing family, will have its D.C. pre-
miere tonight at 7 p.m. at the AMC Hoffman Theatre (206 Swamp Fox Rd.) in Alex-
andria as part of the fourth annual Alexandria Film Festival.
The film follows the Campari family. Sheri is the larger-than-life, overbearing
stage mom who was once a young and beautiful ballroom champion and now
lives vicariously through her youngest daughter Tasi. Sheri’s oldest daughter, Toni

4
is Tasi’s practice partner. The only consistent man in the life of the Campari women
is Tasi’s partner Cedric.
This film has a number of LGBT angles. Tasi’s dance partner, Cedric, played by
Benji Schwimmer, is gay. Toni, played by Laurel Vail, has her first romantic experi-
ence with Mona and later becomes her dance parter.
The film will be followed by a party at Yves Bistro (235 Swamp Fox Rd.), just
steps from the theater. Schwimmer and actresses Melanie LaPatin and Vail will give

MOTI VATE
a live ballroom dancing demonstration.
Tickets are $9.01. For more information and to purchase tickets, visit alexandri-
afilm.org.

Art auction to benefit Whitman-Walker


The 17th annual Art for Life art auction will be held Nov. 12 at the Carnegie Insti-
tute of Washington (1530 P St., N.W.) at 6 p.m.

2011
The auction and cocktail reception will benefit Whitman-Walker Clinic’s HIV/
AIDS prevention services for communities of color.
“Art for Life brings a message of hope to communities that are being devastated by
HIV/AIDS in D.C.,” Don Blanchon, Whitman-Walker Clinic’s executive director, said in a
press release for the event. “We must remember that communities of color are bearing
the brunt of the epidemic. The funds raised by Art for Life will help us reach these com-
munities with the message, the tools and the power to protect themselves.”
Dr. Shannon Hader, former director of D.C.’s HIV/AIDS, Hepatitis, STD and TB
Administration, will receive the clinic’s Community Service Award for her contribu-

BODY     MIND     SPIRIT
tions to the HIV/AIDS fight in D.C. Three longtime contributing artists will also be
recognized as Art for Life Honorees.
“I have been a friend and supporter of Whitman-Walker Clinic for many years,” Re-
nato Salazar, one of the Art for Life Honorees, said in a press release. “When I came
to the United States ... Whitman-Walker was there when I needed health care ser-
vices and could not afford health insurance. Donating ... is my way of giving back.”
More than 60 international artists have donated works ranging from paintings to
photography to sculptures for the auction.
Tickets for the event, a preview exhibit of the art and absentee bid forms for
those unable to attend are available at wwc.org/artforlife.

Us Helping Us plans fall event


Us Helping Us will be having its autumn reception, “A Passion for Living: An
Evening of Live Music, Fine Cuisine and Community Celebration,” Nov. 13 from
6 to 9 p.m. at the SunTrust Bank Penthouse (1445 New York Ave., N.W.) featuring
Anthony David, Grammy-nominated recording artist.
Us Helping Us will be honoring several people and organizations.
Ernest Hopkins, co-founder of the Washington, D.C. Black Gay and Lesbian
Pride Day, will received the Founders Award for Outstanding Leadership
Philip Pannell, the first African American in the country to be arrested in an AIDS
demonstration and who organized the first community meeting about AIDS east
of the Anacostia River, will receive the Thurlow Tibbs Award for Outstanding Com-
munity Service.
Carlene Cheatam, a long-time community activist and pioneer in the LGBT commu-

Aura spa
nity, will also received the Thurlow Tibbs Award for Outstanding Community Service.
Mildred and Eugene Young, parents of the late Marvin Young, have advocated
for Us Helping Us since his death in 1995 and will received the Chairman’s Award
for Philanthropy.
Terrance Payton, the elementary program director at New Community for Chil-
dren, a mentor to many Washingtonian youth will receive the Marvin Young Volun- VIDA Fitness U Street Sales Office
teer Award.
Tickets are $125 per person. For more information and to purchase tickets, visit NOW OPEN!
uhupil.org or call 202-446-1100.
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Andrew Long, holly Twyford and Jeff McCarthy in Ken Ludwig’s ‘A Fox on the Fairway,’
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game is required. Much more off-putting some rather adorable moments com-
are the farce’s forced fun and played-out menting on the Greek epics which her
sex and booze jokes that feel like they’ve character is studying at night school;
been around since golf itself debuted in and the exchanges between McCarthy
Scotland centuries ago. and Deeker as bigwig boss and eager
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ham and Richard of Crouching Squirrel la, a man hungry dipso. She makes the
— making a wager. Bingham (Jeff Mc- most of her character’s racy, sitcom-ish
Carthy) bets rival club head Dickie (An- ripostes, and plays a wonderful drunk
drew Long) a hefty sum of money and scene in which she winds up supine on
his battle axe wife’s (Valerie Leonard) the clubhouse floor offering her mouth to
antique shop that Valley Quail’s team will be used as a golf tee.
after many losses finally win the annual Ludwig’s comedies, like his Broad-
intra-club golf tournament. Just moments way hit “Lend Me a Tenor” and the drag
after shaking on it, Bingham learns that farce “Leading Ladies,” tend to elicit
his prized player has defected to the vastly different audience reaction rang-
competition, lured by Richard, who in ing from stone-faced paralysis to chuck-
addition to being Crouching Squirrel’s les to uproarious guffaws, and “A Fox
president, is a shifty developer with an on the Fairway” is no exception. For me,
off-putting penchant for bad malaprop- the pleasures of gay designer James
isms and outré golf sweaters. Kronzer’s clubby taproom backed by a
Helped by Richard’s ex-wife Pamela, picturesque fairway set and a pretty top-
a wise-cracking lush played by Twyford notch cast are overshadowed by a dis-
who’s gay, Bingham taps his newly hired appointing script.
young assistant Justin (Deeker) to join the
team. A win once again seems imminent ‘A FOx On The FAIRwAy’
until Justin and his fiancée Louise (Meg Through Nov. 14
Steedle), a naïve waitress at the club, fall Signature Theatre
4200 Campbell Avenue, Arlington
into a tumultuous lovers’ quarrel.
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THE GUIDE TO ARTS & CULTURE


HOT HITS AND Can Plays Steve Reich, Strathmore.
HIDDEN JEWELS OPENINGS 301-581-5100. strathmore.org
FotoWeekDC Wed, Nov. 10 ONGOING STAGE
Nov. 6 - Nov. 13 Discovering the Civil War - Conse- Richard III by Washington Shake-
Corcoran Gallery of Art quences, National Archives. archives.gov speare Company & Mary Stuart. AR-
202-639-1700
TISPHERE. 703-418-4808. washington-
corcoran.org Thu, Nov. 11 shakespeare.org
This year the Corcoran Gallery of Art and Col- ON THE FRINGE: Traverse Theatre
lege of Art + Design will serve as FotoWeek Company’s Midsummer (A play with The War of the Worlds, by Orson Welles
Central, the hub of activity during FotoWeek songs), Kennedy Center. 202-467-4600. & Howard Koch by SCENA Theatre, H
DC 2010. Activities include the official launch kennedy-center.org Street Playhouse. 202-683-2824. scena-
party November 5, expert portfolio reviews, Romeo and Juliet, a work in progress theater.org
NightGallery projections on the museum’s / Romeo y Julieta, una obra en con- One Night with Fanny Brice by Ameri-
historic Beaux Arts exterior, and a variety of struccion by Teatro de la Luna, Gun- can Century Theater, Rosslyn Spectrum.
workshops, tours, and lectures. ston Theatre Two. 703-548-3092. teatro- 703-998-4555. americancentury.org
delaluna.org Darwin in Malibu by Crispin Whittall
Strathmore Museum Shop Around,
Dala Strathmore. strathmore.org
by Washington Stage Guild, Undercroft
Wed, Nov. 10 Theatre. 240-582-0050. stageguild.org
Wolf Trap LAST CHANCE The Odd Couple, Theater J. 800-494-
1-877-WOLFTRAP 8497. washingtondcjcc.org
wolftrap.org Sat, Nov. 6
With vocal harmonies that inspire enthusi- Help! I’m Getting Married / Socorro! ONGOING EXHIBITONS
astic chills, this Canadian duo makes use Me Caso by Teatro de la Luna, Gun- National Gallery of Art. nga.gov. Ar-
of their talents on guitar and piano to create ston Theatre Two. 703-548-3092. teatro- cimboldo, 1526-1593: Nature and Fan-
their unique brand of acoustic pop. delaluna.org tasy, Picturing the Victorians: British
Photographs and Reproductive Prints
Superior Donuts Sun, Nov. 7 from the Department of Image Collec-
Nov. 10 - Dec. 19 Ameriville, Round House Theatre tions, The Pre-Raphaelite Lens: British
The Studio Theatre Bethesda. 240-644-1100. roundhous- Photography and Painting, 1848-1875,
202-332-3300 etheatre.org
From Impressionism to Modernism: The
studiotheatre.org Cabaret Macabre, Round House The-
Chester Dale Collection. In the Tower:
In this delicious new comedy from Tracy atre Silver Spring. 240-644-1100. round-
housetheatre.org Mark Rothko.
Letts, the Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright of
Fool For Love by Keegan Theatre, National Geographic. events.national-
August: Osage County, an offbeat friendship
Church Street Theater. 703-892-0202. geographic.com. 202-857-7588. Geck-
grows between a cantankerous white shop
keegantheatre.com os: From Tails to Toepads, Simply Beauti-
owner and an ambitious black teenager with
National Symphony Orchestra: Xian ful, Great Migrations.
something to hide. As the two men bond over
Zhang, conductor / Gil Shaham, violin, Corcoran Gallery of Art. 202-639-1700.
literature and entrepreneurship, they discover
plays Prokofiev by National Symphony corcoran.org. Spencer Finch: My Busi-
that family runs deeper than blood. Orchestra, Kennedy Center. 202-467- ness, with the Cloud.
4600. kennedy-center.org Museum of Women in the Arts. nmwa.
Hair The Washington Ballet: Romeo + Juliet
Through Nov. 21 org. 202- 783-5000. Loïs Mailou Jones: A
by The Washington Ballet, Kennedy Cen-
Kennedy Center Life in Vibrant Color, Books Without Words:
ter. 800-444-1324. washingtonballet.org
202-467-4600 The Visual Poetry of Elisabetta Gut.
kennedy-center.org LIMITED ENGAGEMENT Workhouse Arts Center. 703-584-2900.
The tribe of the Age of Aquarius is still pro- WorkhouseArts.org. The Sumi - e Society
testing the war, freeing their love, letting their Nov. 6 - Nov. 7 Exhibition
hair down, and baring it all in HAIR. ON THE FRINGE: One Small Step, Ken- The Textile Museum. 202-667-0441.
nedy Center. 202-467-4600. kennedy- textilemuseum.org/. The Art of Living:
The Guide to Arts & Culture is supplied by Cultur- center.org Textile Furnishings from the Permanent
alCapital.com, a program of the Cultural Alliance of
Collection, Colors of the Oasis: Central
Greater Washington. HAIR: Supplied by Kennedy Center;
FOTOWEEKDC: Supplied by Corcoran; DALA: Supplied ONE NIGHT ONLY Asian Ikats.
by Wolf Trap; SUPERIOR DONUTS: Supplied by The Stu-
dio Theatre. Sat, Nov. 6 ONGOING GALLERIES
Alexandria Symphony Orchestra: Co-
New Paintings by Sheep Jones, Gallery
peland, Mendelssohn, Barber and Car-
don -- with guest violinist Jenny Oaks plan b. 202-234-2711. galleryplanb.com
Baker, Rachel M. Schlesinger Concert All Mixed Up: A Juried Exhibition of
Hall Alexandria, VA. 703-548-0885. alex- Mixed Media Work, Brentwood Arts Ex-
sym.org change. 301-277-2863.
Booth’s Escape Route. Full-Day Tour Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence: Iden-
by Smithsonian Resident Associate tity Writ Large, Joan Hisaoka Healing
Program. 202-633-3030. residentasso- Arts Gallery at Smith Farm Center. smith-
ciates.org farm.com
National Philharmonic: Berlioz’s Re- David Brosch, Resident Artist Gallery,
quiem by National Philharmonic, Montpelier Arts Center. 301-377-7800.
Strathmore. 301-581-5100. nationalphil- pgparks.com
harmonic.org
All About Wool with Sylvia De Mar
Silk Road Dance Company 15th An-
niversary Celebration, Joe’s Movement & Robert Keating’s The C&O Canal:
Emporium. 301-669-1819. joesmove- Places and Stories, The Art League.
ment.org 703-683-1780. theartleague.org
Glimpse by Lee Newman, Washington
Thu, Nov. 11 Printmakers Gallery. washingtonprint-
Bang on a Can All-Stars: Bang on a makers.com
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Mixology celebrates one


year of love connections
Gay, lesbian dating service
known for personal touch
By J. MAX BARGER &
ERNESTO SANTALLA

This week, Mixology is ringing in the


New Year. Yes, Kim Rosenberg and
Meghann Novinskie celebrate their first
year as “D.C.’s premier matchmaking
service for gays and lesbians.” We spoke
to Rosenberg, Mixology’s president, who
explains the measure of their success is
their client’s success.
“Success for us can be defined in
many ways. For some, it’s exchanging
phone numbers. For others, it’s an en-
gagement or moving in together. We’ve
seen it all, and are excited to continue to
support our clients in their goals.”
The world of Internet dating presents
searchable options, receiving notifications of Photo courtesy of CAGLCC

good “matches,” and then connecting — all Meghann Novinskie and Kim Rosenberg
from the comfort of your office. Often excite- started Mixology, combining Internet conve-
ment and anticipation lead to disappoint- nience with prescreening service.
ment from unrealized expectations when a
budding cyber-romance fizzles. Mixology, means for individuals and small business
by contrast, prescreens and meets with in- owners on Nov. 12 at noon.
dividuals prior to taking them on as clients. The Patient Protection and Affordability
“Our clients want a more discreet and proac- Care Act (PPACA), better known as “health
tive way of dating than posting a profile on- care reform,” addresses efficiency and pro-
line,” says Rosenberg. “The Mixology client vider problems in the health care system
base ranges in age from 22-68 and of all de- while taking on chronic illness Americans
mographics. They are mature, professional face. Health care reform intends to broaden
individuals looking for a relationship.” coverage for the uninsured, eliminate per-
Rosenberg and Novinskie worked in the ceived insurance company abuses and
dating industry in D.C. and San Francisco, exclusions, and ensure all Americans have
respectively, when they reconnected at access to quality, affordable health care.
a matchmaking conference. They both What does this lofty, even monumental
knew that when looking for dating and ro- reform mean to you as an employee and
mance, the success of in-person over on- to the business owner? Will premiums go
line matchmaking services is uncontested. up? Who will be covered? What are the
They identified a shared interest in apply- tax consequences?
ing their knowledge and experience to Donna Smith, CPA and a senior man-
the needs of the LGBT community. Three ager at RAFFA, and Craig Severson,
years later when research, skill refining, director of GABC, a non-profit group
planning and financing came together, medical insurance carrier, will provide
they launched Mixology. answers and questions you didn’t know
Mixology joined CAGLCC soon there- you should be asking.
after. “It was amazing how welcomed we Space is limited, so register today for
were. Everyone was very inviting and the working lunch at caglcc.org/Work-
intrigued about the process at Mixol- ingLunchWorkshopHealthcareReform.
ogy. The chamber is a great way to stay Cost is $15 for members/$25 nonmem-
involved in the LGBT community while bers. Box lunch included.
bonding with other like-minded entrepre-
neurs and professionals in all industries.” CAGLCC member news
How much business Mixology has from Eileen Kessler, president, OmniStudio
CAGLCC members is strictly confiden- is one of the founding CEOs of Com-
tial. Mixology will host the next CAGLCC panies for Causes, an initiative to bring
Women’s Wednesday event, at their of- together small and midsize businesses
fices on 14th Street on Nov. 17, starting with non-profits to work together to solve
at 6:30 p.m. See caglcc.org for details. some of our region’s pressing issues.
Mixology is matchmaking with a twist. companiesforcauses.com
Interested? Go to readytomix.com or call Justin Silvers has accepted the posi-
888-RDY2MIX (888-739-2649). tion of relationship manager, Business and
Personal-PNC Financial Services Group.
Healthcare reform and your business Ernesto Santalla has a new website
What will happen to health care re- featuring his work in photography. ernes-
form post-election and how will it affect tosantallaphotography.com
you? CAGLCC’s Working Lunch series CAGLCC means business. www.ca-
takes on the health reform act and what it glcc.org
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It’s that time again — annual en- such as two cleanings a year. If you
rollment, also known as open season have access to a dental PPO, the
or open enrollment. If you are lucky services are provided at discounted
enough to be employed and receiv- PPO rates, so even if the plan does
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Even if you are happy with your cur- • Life Insurance. It is always a
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informed about what is changing. in relation to your long term goals,
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remember this: health insurance is who are healthy, the cost of group
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within the U.S., consider a PPO with of your income (and sometimes even
open access on a national basis so less) up to a limit. Additionally if your
you are not stuck spending on out of premiums are paid by your employer on
plan services. a before-tax basis, you will be taxed on
On the other hand, if your claim any benefits you receive. Private disabil-
history is low and you think you will ity insurance on the other hand can be
continue to be a light user of the ben- paid with after-tax dollars, which might
efits, see if a Health Savings Account allow you to receive benefits tax free.
(HSA) is available. An HSA typically This material is for informational
has higher deductibles but you use purposes only and is not intended
pre-tax dollars to pay for your out- to act as specific advice. Please
of-pocket costs and any money not talk to a financial professional prior
spent will carry over year to year. An- to investing and a tax advisor for tax
other way to use pre-tax dollars to advice. Benefit guarantees for insur-
pay for medical expenses is a flex- ance are subject to the claims pay-
ible spending account (FSA) in which ing ability of the insurer.
you can set aside a portion of your
earnings to pay for qualified medi- Terry-Ann Gardemal is a Certified Finan-
cal expenses. Just remember, if you cial Planner and LPL financial adviser with
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CALENDAR
TODAY all the viewings as well as other events
that coinicide with the festival.
RAW will be holding its first anniversa-
ry tonight from 10 p.m. to 3 a.m. at Green Saturday, Nov. 6
Lantern (1335 Green Court, N.W.) with
resident DJs Bil Todd and Shea Van Horn Dr. Rebecca Dolinsky and Kim Sescoe
plus guest DJ Mark Louque (FAGBASH, of the Rainbow History Project will be mod-
Provincetown). There’s a $5 cover after 11 erating a panel at the D.C. Historical Stud-
p.m., it’s free before with an open bar from ies Conference called “LGBT Religious
10 to 11. Attendees must be 21 or older. and Spiritual Communities in the Greater
For more information, visit RAWdc.com. Washington Area” from 11:15 a.m. to 12:45
Zoom Urban Lesbian Excursions will p.m. at the Charles Sumner School Museum
be hosting “Lingerie Football League” to- and Archives (1201 17th Street NW). Con-
night at 1st Mariner Arena (201 W. Bal- ference fees are $15 for general admission
timore St.) in Baltimore. Attendees can and $10 for students and seniors. Attendees
meet near the will call window at 8:30 may register and pay at the door. For more
p.m. and the game begins at 9. For more information visit historydc.org/events/histori-
information and to purchase tickets, visit calstudiesconference.aspx.
zoomexcursions.com. Underground Comedy presents a
Touchstone Gallery will be holding night of stand-up comedy with Hal
an opening reception for three exhibits Sparks, best known as Michael in Show-
today from 6 to 8:30 p.m. The exhibits time’s “Queer as Folk,” and Finesse
include “Photos on the Loose,” photo- Mitchell from “Saturday Night Live,” to-
graphs displayed for FotoWeek D.C. night at 7:15 p.m. and 9:45 p.m. at the
which runs through Nov. 14, “Folks Like Forum in Shakespeare Theatre Compa-
Us,” abstract artwork by Paula B. Lantz, ny’s Sidney Harman Hall (610 F St. N.W.).
which runs through Nov. 28, and “Faces” For tickets and more information, call
by Charles St. Charles, which also runs the box office at 202-547-1122 or visit
through Nov. 28. ShakespeareTheatre.org.
The Richard Montgomery High School Susan Burnstine, a Los Angeles
Black Maskers Drama Club presents Moi- photographer, will have a solo exhibit at
sés Kaufman’s “The Laramie Project,” a play Morton Fine Art (1781 Florida Ave., N.W.)
based on interviews with residents of Lara- open today and it will run through Nov. Photo courtesy of Arlington Drafthouse

mie, Wyo., after the 1998 murder of Matthew 13. MFA will host an artist talk with her Brent Sullivan’s ‘Fag Life: A Conversation with Fred Phelps’ will be performed twice Saturday in
Shepard, a gay college student, tonight at 7 today at 2 p.m. For more information, visit Arlington. Sullivan is a gay stand-up comic from New York who will explore gay culture by satiriz-
p.m. in the Richard Montgomery Auditorium mortonfineart.com. ing the outrageously offensive beliefs of the Kansas-based Baptist minister who preaches hate
(250 Richard Montgomery Drive) in Rock- D.C.’s Different Drummers will be and damnation for gays.
ville. Tickets may be purchased in advance holding its 30th anniversary Concert, “Tri-
at richardmontgomerydrama.ticketleap.net umphs & Reflections” tonight at 7:30 p.m. at Lord. Visit the group online at www.big-
or at the door, and are $5 for students and the Columbia Heights Educational Campus Monday, Nov. 8 gaybookgroup.com or e-mail to biggay-
$13 for adults. Auditorium (3101 16th St., N.W.) with per- bookgroup@hotmail.com for more infor-
The D.C. Center (1318 U St., N.W.) will formances by DCDD Marching Band, DC A “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell”-themed mation. Newcomers are always welcome.
be holding an open mic night tonight from Swing!, Capitol Pride Winds, Capitol Pride photo exhibit by Los Angeles photogra- Helping our Brothers and Sisters will
7:30 to 10 p.m. hosted by Mike Brazell. Symphonic Band, and small ensembles. pher Jeff Sheng opens today at Human have its fall 2010 fundraiser dinner tonight
Doors open at 7:30 p.m. and participants Tickets are $20 from band members, at the Rights Campaign headquarters (1640 at the Eatonville Restaurant (2121 14th St.,
must be signed up by 8. The event is free. door or at the group’s online box office. For Rhode Island Ave., N.W.) and runs through N.W.) with a social hour at 6 p.m. and the
For more information, visit thedccenter.org. more information or to purchase tickets in Wednesday. Sheng will be present today dinner and program beginning at 7.
The tour for “Girls to the Front: the advance, visit dcdd.org. at noon to meet visitors who can view the The D.C. Center (1318 U St., N.W.) will
True Story of the Riot Grrrl Revolu- Brent Sullivan’s “Fag Life: A Conver- exhibit between the hours of 9 a.m. to 5 be holding its monthly Capital Area Vac-
tion” a book by Sara Marcus, will be at St. sation with Fred Phelps” is tonight at p.m. through Wednesday. Sheng shot the cine Effort meeting tonight at 7 p.m. with
Stephen’s Church (1525 Newton St., N.W.) 7:30 and 9:45 p.m. at the Dome at Artisphere photos of discharged servicemembers a presentation by Dr. Julie Ledgerwood
tonight at 7 p.m. with a reading, discussion (1101 Wilson Boulevard) in Arlington. Tickets over a two-year, cross-country span. from the NIH Vaccine Research Center
with “Dance of Days” author Mark Ander- are $20 and can be purchased in advance Towson University will be holding a on understanding broadly neutralizing
sen and musical guests Trophy Wife, Hey at faglife.eventbrite.com/ or at the box office panel on social media etiquette tonight at antibodies to HIV.
Girl, the Gift and War on Women. starting one hour before showtime. 5:30 p.m. in room 310 of Stephens Hall. Rainbow Response will be have its
The gay-helmed Dakshina/Daniel The Richard Montgomery High School The panel will feature social media ex- month meeting tonight from 7 to 8 p.m.
Phoenix Singh Dance Company will be Black Maskers Drama Club presents Moi- perts who will discuss proper social me- at the D.C. Coalition Against Domestic
performing works by Anna Sokolow in the Ina sés Kaufman’s “The Laramie Project,” a dia etiquette and offer “do” and “don’t” Violence (5 Thomas Circle, N.W.).
and Jack Kay Theatre in the Clarice Smith play based on interviews with residents of advice. This is a free event. Mortified will be presented at Town
Performing Arts Center at the University of Laramie, Wyo., after the 1998 murder of (2009 8th St., N.W.) tonight at 8 p.m. It is a
Maryland, College Park. Tickets are $30 or Matthew Shepard, a gay college student, Tuesday, Nov. 9 comic excavation of the “strange and ex-
$24 for subscribers, and can be purchased tonight at 7 p.m. in the Richard Montgom- traordinary” things people created as kids.
online at claricesmithcenter.umd.edu. ery Auditorium (250 Richard Montgomery Daniel Phoenix Singh of the gay- Adults will be telling stories about their
“Deaf in Pink: Three-Day Breast Drive) in Rockville. Tickets may be pur- helmed Dakshina/Daniel Phoenix lives by sharing their adolescent journals,
Cancer Walk in San Diego” will be show- chased in advance at richardmontgom- Singh Dance Company Dance Com- letters, poems, lyrics, plays, home movies
ing as part of the third film screening for erydrama.ticketleap.net or at the door, pany will be leading a workshop on hand and art. Tickets are $10 in advance and
the World Deaf Cinema film festival from and are $5 for students and $13 for adults. gestures and how they are used in mod- $15 at the door. For more information and
3:30 to 5:45 p.m. on the Gallaudet Uni- ern dance today at 5:30 p.m. in the the- to purchase tickets, visit getmortified.com.
versity campus, along with three other Sunday, Nov. 7 atre rehearsal room (3732) in the Clarice
films. “Deaf in Pink” follows seven deaf Smith Performing Arts Center at the Uni- Thursday, Nov. 11
women as they participate in the walk. Arlington Gay & Lesbian Alliance versity of Maryland, College Park. The
It is nominated for Best Short and was will hold its 10th annual Veterans Day workshop is free and open to everyone. DCBiWomen will be holding its
directed and produced by out lesbian, Memorial Service in conjunction with Ser- monthly dinner at Cafe Luna (1633 P St.,
Laura Harvey. Marlee Matlin, who had a vicemembers Legal Defense Network at Wednesday, Nov. 10 N.W.) tonight from 7 to 8 p.m.
role on “The L Word,” will be presented 2 p.m. at the Congressional Cemetery Nellie’s (900 U St., N.W.) will be hosting
a lifetime achievement award at the fes- (1801 E St., S.E.) at the gravesite of Sgt. The Big Gay Book Group will meet its weekly “Active Duty Thursdays” with Ser-
tival. Tickets are $10 for a single screen- Leonard Matlovich, one of the first to tonight at 7 p.m. at 1155 F St., N.W., Suite vicemembers United from 8 p.m. to close.
ing and can be purchased at wdcg.gal- challenge America’s ban on open ser- 200, near Metro Center. The book for dis- Two dollars from every Nellie beer sold
laudet.edu. There are also packages for vice in the armed forces. cussion will be “My Queer War” by James goes to support Servicemembers United.
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202-462-6569 Longtime bar popular with African-Ameri- Sports bar featuring poker events, drag
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crowd and featuring open-mike nights, ka- Dupont Italian Kitchen. with men featuring dancing, drag and
raoke and other special events. other special events.
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Longtime organizers of drag events in the 202-265-9599 Washington, DC 20003
city; most events held at Ziegfeld’s. See duplexdiner.com phase1dc.com
web site for full list of upcoming events. Popular restaurant and bar in the twitter.com/phase1dc
Adams Morgan area; happy hour The Phase opened in 1970 and remains
ANNIE’S PARAMOUNT specials and many other special events. a popular lesbian bar and club. Features Washington Blade photo by Michael Key
STEAK HOUSE See web site for updated schedule. regular special events, including Jell-O
1609 17th St., NW wrestling, ’80s theme nights and more.
Washington, DC 20009 FAB LOUNGE Check web site for details. The scream was on at Cobalt’s Halloween Bash.
202-232-0395 1805 Connecticut Ave., NW
In Dupont Circle area; popular longtime Washington, DC 20009 LGBTQ NIGHT
restaurant and steakhouse with recently 202-797-1122 @ BLACK SQUIRREL Piano bar attracts a mostly male
renovated Upstairs Lounge. thefablounge.com
In Dupont Circle area; popular with men
2427 18th St., NW baltimore crowd, though welcoming to women
Washington DC 20009 1722 and straight patrons.
APEX but hosts regular women’s events. Party featuring disco house, electro, indie 1722 N. Charles St.
1415 22nd St., NW pop, dance and industrial every Friday Baltimore, MD 21201 LEON’S/TYSON PLACE
Washington, DC 20037 FIREPLACE night. Multi-level after-hours dance club 870 Park Ave.
202-296-0505 2161 P St., NW attracts a mixed crowd but remains Baltimore, MD 21201
apex-dc.com Washington, DC 20037 REMINGTONS gay-friendly. 410-539-4993
In Dupont Circle area; popular with men, 202-293-1293 639 Pennsylvania Ave., SE leonsbaltimore.tripod.com
but check schedule regularly for other In Dupont Circle area; neighborhood bar Washington, DC 20003 BALTIMORE EAGLE In business for more than 50 years,
events. popular with men. 202-543-3113 2002 N. Charles St. Leon’s is the oldest gay bar in
remingtonswdc.com Baltimore, MD 21218 Baltimore and among the oldest in
BACHELOR’S MILL GREEN LANTERN twitter.com/remingtonsWDC 410-82-EAGLE the country. Friendly bar with juke-
1104 8th St., SE 1335 Green Court, NW Popular country/Western nightclub in Longtime Levi/leather bar not far box gets especially busy on Sunday
Washington, DC 20003 Washington, DC 20005 Capitol Hill neighborhood with more than from Mount Vernon offers friendly bar, nights. Tyson Place is a restaurant
202-544-1931 greenlanterndc.com 6,000 square feet of space for dancing billiards, outdoor patio, videos and a bar located behind Leon’s with a
Longtime bar popular with African-Ameri- twitter.com/greenlanterndc and billiards. One half block west of East- full store for your leather needs. separate entrance.
can men in Capitol Hill area. Friendly bar for men hosts regular happy ern Market Metro. Mostly men, but welcoming to wom-
hours and special events, including ka- en. PORT IN A STORM
BANANA CAFÉ raoke and shirtless drink special nights. TOWN 4330 E. Lombard St.
500 8th St., SE Check web site for details. McPherson Danceboutique CLUB PHOENIX Baltimore, MD 21224
Washington, DC 20003 Square Metro. 2009 8th St., NW 1 W. Biddle St. 410-534-0014
202-543-5906 Washington, DC 20001 Baltimore, MD 21201 Friendly neighborhood lesbian bar
bananacafedc.com JR.’S 202-234-TOWN 410-837-3906 gets especially popular when the Ra-
Popular Capitol Hill area restaurant and 1519 17th St., NW towndc.com Mount Vernon-area downstairs bar vens play. Features billiards, music
bar (Eastern Market Metro) for both men Washington, DC 20036 Dance club and bar popular with men attracts men and women; friendly and more.
and women. Features Cuban, Mexican 202-328-0090 and women, features regular drag perfor- service.
and Puerto Rican cuisine. jrswdc.com mances. U Street Metro. QUEST
Longtime friendly Dupont Circle area bar DRINKERY 3607 Fleet St.
BLOWOFF popular with men; videos, regular special ULTRABAR 205 W. Read St. Baltimore, MD 21224
815 V St., NW events. 911 F St., NW Baltimore, MD 21201 410-563-2617
Washington, DC 20001 Washington, DC 20004 410-225-3100 Neighborhood bar in Highlandtown
blowoff.us LACE ultrabardc.com Another of Baltimore’s friendly neigh- area is popular with men and women
Created by musicians Bob Mould and 2214 Rhode Island Ave., NE twitter.com/UltraBar borhood bars in Mount Vernon featur- and offers billiards.
Richard Morel, Blowoff is an occasional Washington, DC 20018 Large dance club with gay-friendly events ing
dance event popular with men. Events are 202-832-3888 and vibe located downtown near Metro billiards, jukebox and welcoming SAPPHOS
held in clubs around the country; D.C.’s lacedc.com Center. service. 1001 N. Charles St.
Blowoff parties are held at the 9:30 club Every night is ladies night at Lace; Baltimore, MD 21201
in the popular U Street corridor. features regular special events for women WHERE THE GIRLS GO GALLERY 410-752-7133
in Brookland neighborhood. Check web wherethegirlsgo.com 1735 Maryland Ave. centralstationpub.com
COBALT site for details on happy hour specials. Queer women’s events in the D.C. area. Baltimore, MD 21201 Part of the Grand Central complex,
1639 R St., NW Check web site for latest info. 410-539-6965 Sappho’s attracts a lesbian crowd
Washington, DC 20009 LARRY’S LOUNGE Longtime bar and restaurant popular and offers comfy couches, outdoor
202-462-6569 1836 18th St., NW with African-American clientele.
ZIEGFELD’S/SECRETS patio and more in its second
cobaltdc.com Washington, DC 20009 1824 Half St., SW floor location.
In Dupont Circle area; part of complex of 202-483-1483 Washington, DC 20024 GRAND CENTRAL
LGBT businesses at this address, includ- Dupont Circle area bar and restaurant 202-863-0670 1001 N. Charles St.
ing Level One restaurant on
street level and 30 Degrees bar.
popular with both men and women. secretsdc.com
Featuring all-nude male dancers Wednes-
Baltimore, MD 21201
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MIXTAPE days-Sundays, drag performances, large centralstationpub.com FREDDIE’S
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CREW CLUB Different locations dance floor and many regular special Large entertainment complex featur-
555 23rd St. South
1321 14th St., NW mixtapedc.com events, contests and more. Large parking ing friendly pub, lesbian bar Sap-
Washington, DC 20005 twitter.com/MIXTAPEdc pho’s upstairs and a dance club on Arlington, VA 22202
lot available; located in Buzzard’s Point 703-685-0555
202-319-1333 Alternative dance party for queer men and warehouse district. the first floor.
crewclub.net women featuring electro, alt-pop, indie Freddie Lutz’s Virginia establishment
includes a restaurant and friendly
Men’s 24-hour gym in Logan Circle area, rock, house, disco and New Wave. Check HIPPO bar, regular specials and is popular
featuring steam rooms, lounges, web site for 2010 schedule of events. 1 W. Eager St.
private dressing rooms and more. with men and women. Crystal City
Baltimore, MD 21201
Metro.
MOVA 410-547-0069
DC EAGLE 1435 P St., NW clubhippo.com
Large club popular with men and
639 New York Ave., NW
Washington, DC 20001
Washington, DC 20005
202-797-9730 women featuring billiards, top DJs/ laurel, md
202-347-6025 halodc.com dancing, karaoke, videos and more. PW’S
dceagle.com Trendy Logan Circle bar and lounge popu- Opened in 1972, Hippo’s motto is 9855 N. Washington Blvd.
The popular Levi/leather bar’s origins date lar with men features regular happy hour “where everyone is welcome.” Laurel, MD 20723
to the 1960s. Features billiards, regular and other specials. Formerly known as 301-498-8202
tournaments and other special events. Halo, MOVA re-launched in early 2010 as JAY’S ON READ pwssportsbar.com
Located near the convention center, two a environmentally friendly bar with an em- 225 W. Read St. Restaurant and bar is popular with
blocks north of Gallery Place Metro. phasis on community service. Baltimore, MD 21201 gay and lesbian sports fans and is
410-225-0188 known for its superb burgers.
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