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Jack Mackenroth (third from left), out HIV-positive former contestant on “Project Runway,” was in town Dec.

The long-awaited Pentagon report on “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” was released this week, revealing that a majority of servicemembers don’t think repealing the ban will impact the military.

Within three separate half-hour intervals in a two-day stretch last month, police arrested 12 men for prostitution-related offenses within the Gayborhood.

UArts AIDS benefit

The University of the Arts will host a performance benefit from 7-10 p.

Longtime Gayborhood locale 12th Air Command came under the direction of a new owner last month, and he plans to update the club’s look, feel and name beginning early next year.

The city’s Department of License and Inspection Review Board ruled this week that a neighborhood group has legal standing to challenge the pending demolition of a historically certified church owned by an AIDS-services organization.

The following incidents in the Midtown Village and Washington Square West areas were reported to the Sixth Police District between Nov.

Following the midterm election earlier this month, Pennsylvania legislators cast their own ballots for a series of leadership positions over the last few weeks, setting up a state legislature that is going to look decidedly different next year.

Last spring, when former city official Joyce Wilkerson was asked if she would support the Scouts’ eviction from a city-owned building even if it meant Philadelphia losing $65 million annually in federal assistance, she answered affirmatively.

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