Paige Cooperstein November 25, 2015
Transgender activist Dawn Munro pointed out her regular seat at Fergie’s Pub; it was two from the end that’s closest to the bathrooms.
The ninth-annual TOY holiday party promotes giving all around, said Samantha Giusti, executive director of the Delaware Valley Legacy Fund, the party’s host and a fundraiser for local LGBT causes.
Jen Colletta November 25, 2015
The holiday-shopping frenzy is now upon us, and several local organizations are offering buying options that stretch your dollar for good.
When Lowell Felder walked into the main room of Calcutta House on a recent Thursday evening, he made a beeline for a red-and-brown plaid pillow.
Tim Cwiek November 25, 2015
Philadelphia police say there’s no need for them to receive additional training in identifying and reporting anti-LGBT hate crimes.
Older adults in the LGBT community who have HIV live in all parts of Philadelphia. That was the impetus behind hosting a series of events on HIV and aging in...
Richard R. Laird, the killer of gay artist Anthony Milano, is back in federal court, reiterating his claim that he’s not guilty of first-degree murder.
Edward F. McCann Jr., a local prosecutor who supervised a controversial investigation of the Nizah Morris incident, has resigned.
Paige Cooperstein November 20, 2015
A resolution to name the 200 block of South 12th Street “Gloria Casarez Way” was introduced in Philadelphia City Council Nov. 19. Councilman Mark Squilla, who represents the First District...
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Mark Segal November 25, 2015
This Thanksgiving is special for me and Jason. It will be the first time his parents have come to our house for the holiday, and we’re excited about it. They’ve...
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