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Creating Change 2017

PGN Staff    January 12, 2017

Up to 4,000 people are expected to converge on Philadelphia for the Creating Change Conference Jan. 18-22. Follow PGN's coverage here as we get ready for and bring you updates from...

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Your Trump lifeline

Mark Segal    January 5, 2017

This week, you witnessed what in all reality is the only lifeline you’ll have during a Trump presidency. And it’s the one many of you have been griping about for...

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Hello! Sadness! - Mary Tuomanen

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A thief is on the loose, and he wants to see if you can take a joke.Hello! Sadness! is a dark comedy that weaves a story from Joan of Arc to the Black Panther Party to misogynist stand-up to awkw...




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The Tallis Scholars: Venetian Voices

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The world‐renowned Tallis Scholars return to Concerts at the Cathedral Basilica fresh from their Carnegie Hall appearance with a program featuring signature choral wor...




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Sen. Casey to oppose DeVos, Sessions, Pruitt

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Sen. Casey to oppose DeVos, Sessions, Pruitt

Jen Colletta    January 18, 2017

U.S. Sen. Bob Casey of Pennsylvania announced this week that he will vote against three of President-Elect Donald Trump's cabinet nominees.

Judge clears way for Farnese trial

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Judge clears way for Farnese trial

Tim Cwiek    January 18, 2017

  A federal judge this week cleared the way for a jury trial for state Sen. Lawrence M. Farnese Jr., who faces criminal charges involving fraud, bribery and conspiracy. After a...

Day after inauguration, women and allies to march in Philly

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Day after inauguration, women and allies to march in Philly

Jeremy Rodriguez    January 12, 2017

When Mariel Martin heard the presidential election results, she said the first thing she thought was, Are you f***ing kidding me?

Harrisburg LGBT center fights back against vandalism

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Harrisburg LGBT center fights back against vandalism

Jen Colletta    January 12, 2017

More than 100 people turned out last weekend to support an LGBT community center in Harrisburg that was the victim of vandalism. 

Oral arguments slated in Farnese corruption case

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Oral arguments slated in Farnese corruption case

Tim Cwiek    January 12, 2017

The long-awaited jury trial for state Sen. Lawrence M. Farnese Jr. is scheduled to begin later this month. But first, oral arguments will be held Jan. 18 to determine whether...

Community to honor Martin Luther King, Jr., Bayard Rustin

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Community to honor Martin Luther King, Jr., Bayard Rustin

Jeremy Rodriguez    January 12, 2017

Community members and organizations will collaborate to honor the work of two civil-rights leaders next week. 

Engagement: Angela Giampolo and Kristina Furia

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Engagement: Angela Giampolo and Kristina Furia

Jen Colletta    January 12, 2017

“All great Philadelphia love stories involve stoops,” laughed Angela Giampolo.

Ursinus class project unveils rich history of GSA

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Ursinus class project unveils rich history of GSA

Matty Bennett    January 12, 2017

Founded in 1991, the Ursinus College Gay and Lesbian Alliance experienced a tumultuous beginning at the hand of a few — but vocal — students and faculty who strongly opposed...

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