Morning radio host and producer David “Scoops” Dyer died Dec. 24 at age 36.
An organization dedicated to supporting local women and trans artists gave away $150,000 in grants.
Jim Pavlock, a lawyer based in Center City, told PGN about the wedding he attended last weekend. The civil ceremony was between Fine Gael Senator Jerry Buttimer and his long-term partner, Conchobar Ó Laoghaire.
Marianna Coppola intended to make the citizens of Philadelphia smile, and plans to do so again through her artistry and design skills.
LGBT couples will receive support to strengthen their relationships during a free workshop in Havertown. St. James United Church of Christ will host its LGBT Couples Workshop, with lunch provided, on Jan. 20.
One-man show to focus on mental health in black LGBT community
Must Go On: A Right of Passage, written by Terrell M. Green, is a one-man show featuring yoga, dance, music, spoken-word and monologue performances examining the health and wellness of black gay men.
A federal judge last week ruled that an antibias lawsuit filed by Thomas Vandergrift has been settled, despite the plaintiff’s protests that he never signed a settlement agreement.
Black & Brown Workers Cooperative
As racial justice has continued to rise to the forefront of national conversations, it also factored heavily into local dialogue, largely thanks to the Black & Brown Workers Cooperative.