Jen Colletta June 22, 2017
The effort to advance a statewide LGBT nondiscrimination law was dealt a blow this week.
On Being Well
Mark Segal June 21, 2017
There is no question that the rainbow flag has become the symbol of our community’s fight for equality. And that flag that the community embraces has gone through changes but...
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Tim Cwiek June 21, 2017
A hearing is scheduled next month on PGN’s open-records request for 911 recordings from the Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office relating to the Nizah Morris incident.
Jeremy Rodriguez June 21, 2017
Xfinity customers will experience LGBT-centered content throughout Pride Month and beyond with Comcast’s new integrated-marketing campaign.
Bill Quinn, a Chestnut Hill resident, died June 4 of leukemia at age 70.
A local sightseeing attraction will showcase an evening of Bingo and drag performances for a charitable cause.
A resolution designating June as LGBT Pride Month moved forward in the House of Representatives Wednesday. State Reps. Dan Frankel and Brian Sims introduced the resolution, which has 35 sponsors...
Jen Colletta June 17, 2017
After more than 50 hours of deliberations, the judge in the Bill Cosby case declared a mistrial.
Jen Colletta June 14, 2017
New Philadelphians who are resettling from another country will now have more opportunities to learn about and get involved with local LGBT resources, thanks to a new program at William...
Jeremy Rodriguez June 14, 2017
As part of its annual AIDS Education Month, Philadelphia FIGHT will present “Beyond the Walls: Prison Healthcare and Reentry Summit,” a day filled with workshops and presentations centered on mass...