New Hope Celebrates is opening Pride season early with a 15th annual week-long “United Colors of Love” Pride festival May 12-19.
Asa Khalif, a local activist with a reputation as a lightning rod who uses tactics of disruptive behavior and in-your-face confrontations, might just be mellowing ... at least when it comes to the case of Nizah Morris.
Get Better Fest 5 hits Chestnut Street’s First Unitarian Church this Saturday for an all-ages show featuring Empath, Mannequin Pussy, Big Nothing and more to raise money for local and national LGBTQ organizations.
Philly Black Pride celebration inspired a fresh sense of empowerment, awareness and community participation during this year’s festivities with PBP’s first parade and rally for racial equality within the LGBTQ community.
Mike Petty, husband of Philadelphia Gay News longtime office manager Don Pignolet, died April 26 from complications due to open-heart surgery. He was 73 years old.
Eric Henry, who served as CEO for the Hershey Trust Company for the past six years, has resigned to pursue “other professional opportunities.”
Henry managed $13.5 billion in assets for the Milton Hershey School. A national search is underway for his replacement, according to an April 23 press release announcing Henry’s departure.
Aloe Vera, a local drag performer, sustained a broken jaw during an assault in South Philadelphia this week.
On an early Sunday evening, with the sun still shining brightly outside her door, a small crowd gathers around mixologist Ashley Coleman’s bar at Tavern at Camac.
As people wander into the Tavern’s dark glow, the bar’s sleekly shined piano and stool — one of TOC’s most famous elements — sit empty.
Stephen Wade Elkins, who spent a quarter-century working to make Rehoboth Beach, Del. a more open and positive place, died March 15 from lymphoma. He was 67.
Steve approached his illness as he did his life: with a sense of humor and resolve. But it was cancer. And it was determined.