Arts & Culture

“I’m not the spitfire activist I once was, but I still get out there.” That’s what you’d call an understatement. If this is her slow mode, I can see why Dionne Stallworth has been hailed as a pioneer in the LGBT movement. As one of the founding members of GenderPAC, the first transgender political action committee, a founding member and original co-chair of the Transgender Health Action Coalition and a former officer and board member of the Pennsylvania Mental Health Consumers’ Association, Stallworth has been on the frontlines. Currently, she is the resident activities coordinator for Project H.O.M.E.’s In Community, a housing program. Her responsibilities include developing educational and entertainment activities for program residents. She is also a part-time hostess at Project H.O.M.E.’s Home Page Café and a public grant reviewer for the National Institute of Mental Health and the Centers for Disease Control. She recently has designed and is working on funding a transgender-specific shelter project. She’s definitely still out there.

THEATER The Adventures of Harold and the Purple Crayon The classic children’s book comes to life through Jan.

A new look, new menu, new leadership and a new attitude have done wonders for the establishment formerly known as Bump.

THEATER The Adventures of Harold and the Purple Crayon The classic children’s book comes to life through Jan.

Tom Ford’s enthralling, highly stylized adaptation of Christopher Isherwood’s novel “A Single Man” may be the best queer film of the year.

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