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PHOTOS: Miss Gay D.C. America 2010

Coti Collins captures the title; Kristina Kelly first alternate

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Coti Collins wins the title of Miss Gay D.C. America 2010. (Washington Blade photo by Michael Key)

Town hosted the Miss Gay D.C. America 2010 regional pageant, Legally Jade: Pretty in Pink, April 24. Seven contestants vied for the title of Miss Gay D.C. Guest performances included the national anthem from Miss District of Columbia Jen Corey, and performances by Miss Gay America 2010 Coco Montrese and Miss Gay America 2009 Jessica Jade. Coti Collins captured the title of Miss Gay D.C. America 2010; Kristina Kelly won first alternate. Both are qualified to compete at the Miss Gay America 2010 pageant in Columbus, Ohio, in October.

(Washington Blade photos by Michael Key)

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PHOTOS: ‘Coming Out’ party at Dupont Underground

Drag queens and kings perform for an enthusiastic crowd

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Local drag legend Shi-Queeta Lee performs for the crowd at Dupont Underground on Oct. 8. (Blade photo by Michael Key)

The Washington Blade held a National Coming Out Day party at Dupont Underground on Friday. Drag performers at the event included Shi-Queeta Lee, Citrine, Druex Sidora, Molasses, Sasha Adams and Cake.

(Washington Blade photos by Michael Key)

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PHOTOS: DC Frontrunners 40th anniversary

Awards ceremony and party held at Jack Rose Dining Saloon

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(Blade photo by Michael Key)

The LGBTQ+ and allies running, walking, and social club DC Frontrunners held its 40th anniversary celebration and awards ceremony at Jack Rose Dining Saloon on Saturday.

(Washington Blade photos by Michael Key)

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PHOTOS: Pride Night OUT

Team DC joins NFL for pro-LGBTQ event at FedEx Field

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The Gay Men's Chorus of Washington sings at FedEx field before the game. (Washington Blade photo by Michael Key)

The LGBTQ sports organization Team DC partnered with the National Football League for Pride Night OUT at FedEx Field on Sept. 16. The Gay Men’s Chorus of Washington sang on the field and the D.C. Different Drummers performed in a pre-game show for attendees. Washington Football Team edged out the New York Giants 30-29.

(Washington Blade photos by Michael Key)

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