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Guests at the Traverse Arts Project’s Oscar party March 7 struck a pose for the paparazzi on the red carpet.

The local Boy Scouts of America chapter must post a bond to protect the city’s financial interests if it wants to continue occupying a municipal building rent-free, a federal judge ruled last week.

Plan for Dyke March

Philadelphia Dyke March, now entering its 12th year of providing an alternative to traditional Pride events, is seeking volunteers to help prepare for this summer’s event.

The Attic Youth Center provides various artistic outlets for its youth — including acting, singing and dancing clubs — and now will enable young people to share their talents with the entire city.

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

The local Boy Scouts council this week asked a federal judge to dissolve the temporary injunction preventing the group’s eviction from a city-owned building, and replace it with a permanent injunction, allowing it to stay there indefinitely.

The Philadelphia Gay Men’s Chorus’ spring concert next month will feature the Philadelphia premiere of “Through a Glass, Darkly,” a musical piece that examines the complexities of crystal-meth addiction in the LGBT community.

LGBT history will be on display throughout 2010 with the launch of the William Way LGBT Community Center’s quarterly archival exhibits, which allow the photos, writings and memorabilia to tell the story of the local and national LGBT community growth.

Women celebrate history, future

The LGBT community is invited to celebrate International Women’s Day from 10 a.

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