Washington, D.C. — The Washington Blade, the nation’s oldest and most acclaimed LGBT newspaper, today announced a new nightlife widget on washingtonblade.com in partnership with OutrageDC.com.
The District Weekly widget located on the front page of the Blade website provides an in-depth nightlife guide to Washington, D.C. The widget provides event details from the Outrage website with event listings linking directly to event websites. The Outrage website explains, “Live from this town’s bars, galleries, and backrooms, Outrage is here to read this gay District. With a curated nightlife and events calendar, campy criticism, and commentary from the freshest voices on the scene, Outrage leaves no site uncruised.”
“Huzzah! We’re thrilled to have a longstanding community publication take an interest in Outrage, especially since we’ve always read and loved the Blade! We’re excited to bring their readership a new generation of content and commentary,” said Cassidy DuHon, co-founder of Outrage.
“We are excited to offer our readers a new guide to what is going on in the District,” said Blade marketing & events director Stephen Rutgers. “The Blade website will become a better resource for everything LGBT and we could not be more excited to partner with Outrage.”
Alongside the widget Outrage will publish Blade articles but offer their own campy criticism and commentary. It will offer a fresh and unique voice to LGBT issues and stories around DC.
The Washington Blade was founded in 1969 and is known as the “newspaper of record” for the LGBT community both locally and nationally. Visit washingtonblade.com for more information. Outrage DC covers everything gay in Washington, DC. Visit outragedc.com for information.