Adriana Fraser July 19, 2018
LGBTQ and immigrant communities are partnering to put pressure on Mayor Jim Kenney to cancel the renewal of the city’s Preliminary Arraignment Reporting System, or PARS.
On Being Well
Kristen Demilio July 19, 2018
This week, Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney won a major court case that will most likely make its way to the Supreme Court and affects our community more than the super-hyped...
Out & About
A new production company made up entirely of LGBTQ people of color is premiering a pop-culture, social-justice talk show on YouTube next month.
Tim Cwiek July 19, 2018
Norristown’s borough council passed an LGBT-inclusive civil-rights ordinance July 3, but not all its residents are pleased about it.
Philly Pride Presents executive director Franny Price has announced that Pride 2019 will be her last.
Adriana Fraser July 12, 2018
The Philadelphia Burlesque Festival will showcase more than 50 performers from around the world at its fourth annual celebration.
A gay web series set in Philadelphia about life after coming out has won an award in a worldwide avant-garde short-film competition.
Mt. Airy Art Garage has named a co-founder who is a former owner of Giovanni’s Room as its newest executive director.
Tim Cwiek July 12, 2018
The AIDS Law Project of Pennsylvania will hold its 19th annual Summer Movie Party to raise funds for the agency on July 20.
Adriana Fraser July 5, 2018
A drag-king performer is assembling an LGBTQ-themed yearbook dubbed “The Queerbook” to celebrate performers and entertainers in Philadelphia and other major cities.