• Beloved D.C. Nightclub Figure Reggie Tyson Dies at 62

    (WB) Reggie “Reg” Tyson, whose involvement as a bartender, manager, and part owner of the D.C. gay nightclub Tracks in the 1990s and his later role in other D.C. gay nightlife venues in which numerous friends and patrons say he influenced their lives for the better, died Feb. 15 at a hospital in Silver Spring, Md., from complications associated with kidney disease and diabetes. He was 62.

  • Creator & Owner of D.C.’s famed Nightclub Tracks Dies at 76

    (WB) Martin “Marty” Chernoff, a Denver-based businessman who is credited with employing state-of-the-art technology in video, lighting, and sound systems for the gay nightclubs called Tracks that he opened in Denver, D.C. and other cities, died May 3 in Denver. He was 76.