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Chrysostomus Boinehelo Matubatuba, the executive head of the office of the mayor of Tshwane in South Africa, visited Philadelphia last week to make plans for a program that will allow South African and American youth to share their experiences with HIV/AIDS.

Although many near-frostbitten Philadelphians are anxiously awaiting summer, when they can dive into a pool to escape the sweltering heat, members of the city’s LGBT and ally swim team are gearing up to take to the lanes this weekend to raise money for a local nonprofit.

The two companies that stage the Philadelphia International Gay and Lesbian Film Festival have separated from one another, and as a result the city could potentially see two separate LGBT film festivals this year.

Settlement reached in building dispute

A contentious dispute involving a building in Center City that formerly housed many LGBT businesses and nonprofits has been settled.

Local HIV/AIDS service organization Philadelphia FIGHT is starting the new year on the right foot with the relaunching of its highly popular and longstanding Project TEACH classes.

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