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Activism free from fear

Mark Segal    August 18, 2016

If you’ve been doing anything for a long period of time and people believe you to be somewhat knowledgeable on a particular issue, they ask all types of questions.

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The Pirates of Penzance

8:00 pm - 2:00 pm

Randall Theatre at Temple University

A queer re-imagining of the masterpiece THE PIRATES OF PENZANCE, this abridged adaptation of the classic work takes Gilbert and Sullivan's well-known topsy-turvy storytelling a step further, exploring...




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40 years ago in PGN: Aug. 19-25, 2016

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40 years ago in PGN: Aug. 19-25, 2016

Paige Cooperstein    August 18, 2016

People’s Fund supports gay groups Adapted from reporting by PGN staff Three local gay groups each received $300 grants from the Philadelphia People’s Fund. 

Woody's patron denies liability in car accident

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Woody's patron denies liability in car accident

Tim Cwiek    August 18, 2016

In a recent filing, attorneys for Jamar D. Palmer conceded he drank alcohol at Woody’s Bar prior to being involved in a vehicular accident, but denied that he’s liable for...

Musician convicted in sex case

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Musician convicted in sex case

Tim Cwiek    August 18, 2016

Charles L. Cohen, a prominent musician who tried to have oral sex with an undercover cop posing as a 14-year-old boy on Craigslist, was convicted last week of three felonies...

DA's office: We can't certify Morris record

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DA's office: We can't certify Morris record

Tim Cwiek    August 18, 2016

The Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office last week reiterated that it’s unable to certify a record pertaining to the Nizah Morris case, even though a judge ruled the agency already certified...

Bebashi partners with original 'Dreamgirl' on concert for HIV awareness

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Bebashi partners with original 'Dreamgirl' on concert for HIV awareness

Paige Cooperstein    August 18, 2016

Actor Sheryl Lee Ralph had a dream 26 years ago to pay tribute to the many friends she lost to HIV and AIDS in the 1980s.

Locals embrace sex positivity at national conference

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Locals embrace sex positivity at national conference

Ray Simon    August 18, 2016

Plenty of Philadelphians try to beat the summer heat by heading down to Rehoboth Beach or driving up to New Hope for the weekend.

Opening tonight for Allentown artist's Pulse memorial

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Opening tonight for Allentown artist's Pulse memorial

Paige Cooperstein    August 17, 2016

This summer Liz Bradbury spent a month in Florida, rising each day before dawn and walking seven miles along the beach while photographing the sunrise. She ended with 49 photos...

Lesbian couples challenge NJ insurance law

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Lesbian couples challenge NJ insurance law

Jen Colletta    August 11, 2016

Four New Jersey women filed a federal lawsuit last week charging that a state insurance law regarding payments for fertility treatments is discriminatory against same-sex couples.