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Coming out of the locker
I’m sure many of you have read by now that Wizards center Jason Collins came out of the locker-room closet during an interview for the May 6 Sports Illustrated.
This brings to mind a couple of ite...
City of Brotherly Love Softball League is trotting out the dogs and ponies for the first day of summer league play, which this year also salutes players and the league alike as CBLSL begins its 30t...
Weekend warrior injury alert
Over the next few weeks, hundreds of LGBT part-time sports enthusiasts will be hitting the fields, courts, paths, mats and pools. Not long after, dozens will be hitting the ice packs, hot tubs and ...
Everybody out of the boat!
Citing less free time because it is working towards Gay Games 9, Team Philadelphia, which just held the first LGBT sports party at Sugar House Casino March 14, has announced it will not participate...
No wonder it’s called March Madness
This column might just look like a calendar of everything that’s going on in LGBT sports for March except I’m sure I don’t have everything pegged down yet. But keeping it to roughly the next two we...
Your team name here
The Attic Youth Center has long been one of the darlings of the LGBT sports community when it comes to fundraisers and donations.
Last month, members of the Fins Aquatic Club took a tour of The A...
Get Out and Play: Boxers or briefs?
Winter has given us some nice days, some wet days and some frigid days this year. But hundreds of runners are hoping for the best Feb. 9 when Philadelphia’s first Cupid’s Undie Run kicks off Fairmo...
Swimmers, get ready to rack up some laps
It’s called the Postal Swim. But many of the people who participate in this competition/fundraiser don’t know why. I didn’t either, which is why I asked Melanie Kasper Rodbart, vice president of th...