Jeremy Rodriguez September 20, 2017
Two Lehigh Valley-based LGBT organizations will merge in an effort that organizers say will support the production of the area's annual Pride festival.
On Being Well
Mark Segal September 20, 2017
When you set out to change the world, you never expect to actually see the results of those years of struggle, or to win praise. And if you are lucky...
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Arts & Culture
Tim Cwiek September 21, 2017
Dr. Emmanuella Cherisme wants her day in court, claiming she was fired from her job at AIDS Care Group four years ago after refusing the sexual advances of a supervisor.
Jen Colletta September 21, 2017
Upper Dublin in Montgomery County became the 44th municipality in the state to ban LGBT discrimination last week.
Jeremy Rodriguez September 21, 2017
The local chapter of a suicide-prevention organization is organizing the first-ever LGBT team for its annual walk.
Jen Colletta September 20, 2017
Food and animal lovers can come together next month for an event that helps the city’s largest no-kill shelter continue to save the lives of local animals.
Longtime West Philadelphia business owner Vincent Whittacre died Sept. 13. He was 57.
Local female impersonator Joanne Krienes, also known as Joey Daniels to some friends and family, died Sept. 3 after a battle with lymphoma. She was 63. Friends and family gathered...
Ray Simon September 20, 2017
The Philly Bi Visibility Day Rally and Health Fair will take place Sept. 23 at the Board Game Art Park at 15th Street and John F. Kennedy Boulevard.
Jeremy Rodriguez September 14, 2017
More than 30 people attended an annual meeting for an LGBT political-advocacy organization’s at John C. Anderson Apartments Wednesday. The Liberty City LGBT Democratic Club hosted a panel discussion on updates...