Old City attorney Robert P.
Washington Square West, which encompasses the Gayborhood, soon will also house innovative new trash receptacles, which the city pledges will have big environmental and economic benefits.
Beginning this summer, drivers parking in and around the Gayborhood will no longer have to dig for quarters between their seats or scour local stores for change for a dollar.
The eighth-annual Philadelphia Trans-Health Conference kicked off this week, with three days full of workshops, seminars, film screenings and activities meant to educate and empower the transgender community and its supporters.
A Philadelphia-area woman with AIDS has received $250,000 from a viatical firm, after she sued it in 2005 for allegedly threatening to stop paying her health-insurance premiums.