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“Like everything else, Tracks’ time had come,” Chernoff says. So tear it down, do it quickly, and rebuild something special.
We also know that finding people who share your beliefs is key to our singles, so whether you’re looking for love in Dupont Circle, Shaw, Logan Circle, Capitol Hill or anywhere in between, our relationship questionnaire can match you with other like-minded individuals who share your outlook on life.As an urbanist I celebrate many of the changes in our city because they signal a new energy and the type of incremental change that makes cities worth visiting and calling home.All that said, I hope that the owners of Town follow the lead of DC Eagle and Secrets, which found new homes so they could continue to welcome both people at a gay bar for their first time and people who experience it every week. At the news of the closing of Town, I joked to some friends that "the gayborhood is everywhere now. Logan Circle, Shaw, Columbia Heights, Buzzard Point.”During my first run in DC, most of the gay bars were located around Dupont Circle.In Mount Rainier, it's basically the suburban version of what is more stereotypically an urban pattern, i.e. Bucking the trend, new gay bars have opened, like Trade and Uproar.
a community with a lot of disinvestment but historical charm, gay people are the only ones not racist or otherwise prejudiced enough/desperate enough for a place to stake a claim to see the value opportunity and have the risk-tolerance to act on it, and so a gayborhood is born. Other venues like Wonderland Ballroom and DC 9 host LGBT-geared dance parties. They just continue to evolve, as they have for decades.What does Town closing mean for the city’s gay community?