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LGBTQ-owned businesses improvise to stay afloat amid COVID-19 pandemic

LGBTQ-owned businesses improvise to stay afloat amid COVID-19 pandemicLucas Mendieta (left) and Nathan Perry are the owners of Cutting Edge Elite in New York....

Empathy is saving my business

Empathy is saving my business481 Shares Lisa Wise, CEO of Flock DC (Photo Courtesy of Flock DC).I own a family of mid-sized property management...

Spain to test if PrEP can prevent COVID-19 infection in medical...

Spain to test if PrEP can prevent COVID-19 infection in medical workers669 Shares Spain is set to test whether PrEP can prevent COVID-19 infection in...

P.G. County worker fears for trans community during crisis

P.G. County worker fears for trans community during crisisJasmine Bryant is a peer facilitator for a transgender support group at the D.C. Center. (Photo...

Whitman-Walker launches ‘respiratory clinics’ for coronavirus testing, treatment

Whitman-Walker launches ‘respiratory clinics’ for coronavirus testing, treatmentWhitman-Walker Health (Washington Blade photo by Michael Key)Whitman-Walker Health, D.C.’s community health center with a special...

Cannabis Culture

Cannabis CultureTwo-thirds of Latinos back legalizing marijuanaSANTA MONICA, Calif. — More than two in three U.S. Hispanic adults support legalizing marijuana, according to nationwide...

White House: ICE to consider release of vulnerable detainees on ‘case-by-case’...

White House: ICE to consider release of vulnerable detainees on ‘case-by-case’ basisActing Secretary of Homeland Security Chad Wolf on Wednesday did not specifically say...

Trump now says COVID-19 data on black Americans coming ‘within two...

Trump now says COVID-19 data on black Americans coming ‘within two weeks’President Trump, missing his earlier target, says data on COVID-19’s impact on black...

Bowser issues D.C. stay-at-home order

Bowser issues D.C. stay-at-home orderD.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser (Washington Blade file photo by Michael Key)D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser on Monday joined Virginia Gov. Ralph...

‘We’re going to party again’

‘We’re going to party again’Dave Perruzza (on right) during happier times at Pitchers. The bar is closed and he’s worried about continuing to incur...

Bowser extends coronavirus closings to May 15

Bowser extends coronavirus closings to May 15D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser extended the city’s emergency order requiring all non-essential businesses to shut down on-site operations...

Expenses up, income down for area LGBTQ nonprofits

Expenses up, income down for area LGBTQ nonprofitsCasa Ruby Executive Director Ruby Corado. (Washington Blade photo by Michael Key)Like nonprofit organizations throughout the country,...

Trump says he had nothing to do with FDA easing gay...

Trump says he had nothing to do with FDA easing gay blood ban459 Shares President Donald Trump said he had nothing to do with the...

CAMP Rehoboth boosts online programming during COVID crisis

CAMP Rehoboth boosts online programming during COVID crisis114 Shares CAMP Rehoboth’s offices may be closed, but much of its programming continues online. (Washington Blade photo...

D.C. LGBTQ groups go virtual amid coronavirus

D.C. LGBTQ groups go virtual amid coronavirusRuby Corado told the Blade Casa Ruby is ‘taking every step possible’ to protect its clients and staff...
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