By Mary Cass & Mia Di Okay, so lesbians don’t have a monopoly on the Mexican food market. But we do have a special place in our hearts for the taco (and Frida Kahlo.) Tacos are more than just the punchline to your favorite dirty joke. They are a protein-carb-veggie trifecta, and easily come in [...]
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If there’s one thing that DC’s queer girl community doesn’t lack for is awesome DJs, and DJ MIM is no exception. MIM, who’s been working as a professional DJ for nearly four years now, has loved music ever since she was a kid, idolizing Salt-N-Pepa’s DJ Spinderella. “She was the first female DJ I ever saw, [...]
There comes a time in most of our lives where we find ourselves various types of “single”. I say various because your level of comfort with your current relationship status can come with a hodgepodge of emotional states including jubilation, loneliness, and indifference. I just happen to be one of these single people, and more [...]
Ever since LivingSocial popped up on the scene and in your email inbox, they’ve worked to bring folks together by offering not only discounts to some really amazing things in this city (that new expensive restaurant that you’ve wanted to try? Well gurl it’s now 50% off. Boooooyahhhh), but also their many Adventures and Experiences. [...]
Heiner Contemporary is a fresh new gallery in Georgetown, with an awesome bright pink door and some awesome art inside. Currently on view is "Women by Women," a group show of women artists.
This past Saturday night I went to The Red Palace on H Street with a couple of friends to see Milkmachine, a local hipster band. Though I’ve lived in DC for nearly a year now this was my first venture to the Red Palace.