We could all use a little good news these days, right? Well, our Spring Wedding Issue is chock full of it! From engagements to weddings to anniversaries, local couples share their love stories, and some tips on how we can all keep love alive.
A South Philadelphia gay man filed suit last week in federal court claiming pervasive anti-LGBT harassment forced him out of a restaurant job.
Brandon Bostian, the engineer involved in a fatal train derailment in Philadelphia, doesn’t want his home address publicly disclosed in a lawsuit against Amtrak.
Malcolm Kenyatta said he recently felt like he was experiencing scenarios similar to the ones on “Jimmy Kimmel Live!,” in which correspondents interview people on the streets about topics such as whether they prefer Obamacare or the Affordable Care Act.
— At 6:45 p.m. Feb. 19 (reported Feb. 21), someone stole a woman’s unattended handbag inside Macy’s, 1300 Market St.
It was First Friday in Old City Philadelphia, November 2012, and the usual crowds were weaving in and out of the open storefronts, taking in original art, enjoying wine and cheese. William Ortiz, a fine artist and avid photographer from Lancaster, was exhibiting a couple of his paintings at one of the art galleries.
The mother of an 8-year-old trans girl filed a federal lawsuit this week, seeking to establish a clear right for her daughter to use girls' restrooms at Minersville Elementary School.
A coalition of 12 LGBT-advocacy groups wants to be heard in a federal case that will determine whether trans people born in New Jersey can change the gender on their birth certificates without undergoing gender-confirmation surgery.