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A doctor who has garnered international recognition after his countless appearances on “The Oprah Winfrey Show” will be in town next week to accept an award from a local agency that provides nutritional meals to those afflicted with life-threatening illnesses, including HIV/AIDS.

One of the twin brothers accused of burglarizing a South Philadelphia shop pleaded guilty last week, but will spend no time in prison.

Summit for LGBT rights

The LGBT and ally community is invited to the first-ever Pennsylvania Equality Summit next weekend in State College to discuss strategies for expanding LGBT rights in the state.

Construction began last week on the 12th Street wall of Giovanni’s Room, which needs to be torn down and rebuilt, costing the nation’s oldest LGBT bookstore more than $50,000.

Supporters of the Philadelphia AIDS Thrift gathered Sept.

Thanks to a donation from a longtime member of the City of Brotherly Love Softball League, the local LGBT softball association is in the process of organizing a team to send to the 2010 Gay Games in Germany, July 31-Aug.

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