“Opa” is a Greek word that means “party” or “get down,” an exclamation of joy and celebration.
The sky truly is the limit when the Philadelphia International Festival of the Arts brings a broad range of international arts and artists to venues throughout the city April 7-May 1.
Gregg Araki’s “Kaboom” is a sexy, sci-fi romantic mystery about Smith (Thomas Dekker), a bisexual film student.
After his deployment to Iraq in 2003, openly gay Marine Reservist Jeff Key returned to the States with a life-threatening intestinal problem and a growing concern about the Bush administration’s handling of the war effort.
When HIV and AIDS were first diagnosed 30 years ago, the disease was viewed as a veritable death sentence.
Micah Mahjoubian’s website for his company, Soapbox Solutions, a political management firm specializing in campaign operations, provides a glimpse of what goes into an election. Services range from political strategy and fundraising, web building, literature and graphic work to event scheduling, financial accounting, IT services and those annoying automatic robocalls. As Philly gears up for another election, PGN spoke to one man who works behind the scenes for the men and women who want to garner our votes.