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Mason Crest, an educational publishing company headquartered in Broomall, will this fall launch a pioneering series of books that seeks to empower LGBT students — and educate other young adults on the LGBT community.

DALLAS — A lawyer for a Dallas man trying to divorce the man he married in Massachusetts told a Texas appeals court last Wednesday that his client is entitled to a divorce because he had a valid marriage.

The following incidents in the Midtown Village and Washington Square West areas were reported to the Sixth Police District between April 15-18.

Kennedy comes out for gay rights

In an interview with PGN, then-presidential nominee Sen.

The Attic Youth Center executive director Carrie Jacobs (right) and the agency’s other supporters surprise Jim Bryson, founder and namesake of the organization’s education and outreach agency, with a portrait of himself, which will now hang in The Attic’s library, during a tribute to Bryson April 16.

Wendy Forbes and son Dylan and Josh Young and daughter Alex were among the visitors at the second-annual Gay Day at the Philadelphia Zoo on April 17.

Mayor Nutter unveiled the slate of new members selected for the civilian oversight commission to the Philadelphia Police Department, and an openly gay attorney and leader in the HIV/AIDS community are on the list.

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