By Andrew Collins. This Baltimore Gay Nightlife Guide, with listings in alphabetical order, also includes a handful of notably GLBT-popular restaurants and coffeehouses in this friendly, diverse Maryland metropolis. This city of , just 45 miles from Washington, DC , has some of the longest-running gay clubs on the East Coast, most of them concentrated in the eclectic Mount Vernon neighborhood, but you'll also find increasingly GLBT-popular hangouts throughout the city, from quirky Hampden to historic Fells Point. Sure, it's touristy, but Cafe Hon W. A giant pink flamingo on the side of the building beckons fans of retro-kitsch, and there's live music in Hon Bar some evenings and karaoke on Fridays.
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Erica Gloger provides sophisticated estate planning services to a wide range of individuals and couples living in the DC metropolitan area. She is a graduate of the Benjamin N. Leslie in the area of estate planning for GLBT individuals and couples. Gloger contributes her time pro bono at several not-for profit organizations, including the Whitman Walker Clinic. Shortly after the elections, Mr.
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Of course, for many readers, poetry has meant the school-required recitations of rhymed verse from dead white guys. The daughter of a cop and a government worker, the Howard County native also learned an appreciation for literature. For her, the musicality of the form stuck — even though the poems themselves were from different times and writers who looked nothing like her. But writing her current book was hardly a quick turnaround.