Crystal City’s Center Of LGBTQ Life Is a Purple Beach Bar–With Barbies
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Crystal City’s Center Of LGBTQ Life Is a Purple Beach Bar–With Barbies

Published May 19, 2017 I first stepped through Freddie’s lavender entrance on a date with a startlingly pretty girl, and my stomach was flipping. We were there for the king show. For the uninitiated, that’s queer women performing as their masculine alter-egos in ripped muscle tees and drawn-on facial hair over The Weeknd and Bieber beats. I was too … Continue reading

If You Can Strike on “A Day Without Women,” Do It for Those Who Can’t
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If You Can Strike on “A Day Without Women,” Do It for Those Who Can’t

Published March 7, 2017 On Wednesday, many women across the country will abstain from paid and unpaid labor for the A Day Without a Woman protest. The strike is shaping up to be much less popular than the Women’s March that birthed it: first, because taking a day off of all work is significantly harder than donating a Saturday. Second, … Continue reading

Potomac Riverkeepers Offer $1,000 Reward For Info On Mysterious Pollution
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Potomac Riverkeepers Offer $1,000 Reward For Info On Mysterious Pollution

Published December 1, 2016 Today the Potomac Riverkeepers Network announced they are offering a $1,000 reward for information identifying those responsible for an unidentified oily plume in the Potomac River, which could impact the drinking water for area residents. “The bottom line is: this is a threat to the drinking water supply to millions of … Continue reading