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Thursday, March 4, 2021

Letters

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In response to the Pink Penny Awards 2009, April 3-9 I found the rating of Knock Restaurant, 225 S. 12th St.,...

Four down, 46 to go

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In the past week, gay and lesbians have gained the right to marry in the states of Vermont and Iowa. That’s...

HRC missed the mark

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Last Saturday night should serve as a lesson to all of us. There were a host of events that you could choose...

Give us some love, guv

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The bill that would add “sexual orientation” and “gender identity or expression” to the state’s nondiscrimination law was voted out of the House State...

Buy Gay in the Gayborhood

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Since my last column on buying gay in the Gayborhood, we’ve dined at Bump, Vilanni, Venture Inn and More Than Just Ice Cream. ...

Back to DOMA

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Openly gay U. S. Rep. Barney Frank continually lives up to his name — Frank. The Democratic legislator from Massachusetts and head of...

Undoing the Bush legacy

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In President Obama’s first 60 days, he’s made some great strides toward undoing some of the damage left by eight years of President Bush....

Spending our gay dollars

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Let me offer a humble suggestion, if I may. As the saying goes, charity begins at home. Our home is what we...

Guv, Dems need to step up

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This week, the state House Government Committee passed HB 300, the statewide nondiscrimination bill. Though introduced previously, this is the first time...

Taking the economic long view

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The city is facing its worse financial crisis in its history. This will affect all communities, including the LGBT community. There are...

On marriage and democracy

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This week, several lawsuits are challenging bans on same-sex marriage and related benefits — in Massachusetts at the federal level and in California at...

Newspapers, bankruptcy and the economy

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In trying to halt the country’s financial tailspin last week, President Obama signed the $787-billion stimulus bill. This week, he addressed Congress,...

Protecting our own

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This week, police arrested a 19-year-old in the stabbing death of a 21-year-old gay Army veteran in Stroudsburg. This month also...

On history, struggle and triumph

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February is Black History Month, and the Greater Philadelphia Tourism Marketing Corp. (the same people who brought us Philadelphia’s groundbreaking gay tourism...

Rethinking the scholarship options

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I agree with your point on the GLBT community boycotting Israel . On your point about reactivating the Sally Tyre Fund, I say what...

Open dialogue

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This week, Mayor Nutter met with local LGBT business owners, seeking their input on city budget priorities as part of a series of stakeholder...

Letters

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Regarding “Ten years later: Robert Drake” Jan. 30-Feb. 5: I came to your Web site tonight via my Facebook account. On...

Lesbians and students, Israelis and Palestinians

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Two issues this week, one local and one from the LGBT community’s own wacky fringe. First, let’s talk students, actually scholarships....

Feeling the pain

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Earlier this week, President Obama announced an executive pay cap of $500,000 for companies that received federal bailout money last year, following reports that...

40 years of activism, political progress

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So what have I learned in the last 40 years? Politics never ends, and if you’re a community that is struggling for equal rights,...

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