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ASIAC to ring in Chinese New Year with fundraising banquet

Staff, clients and supporters of AIDS Services in Asian Communities will gather later this month to usher in the Chinese New Year in style....

Food News

Chifa to open Chef/owner Jose Garces continues to build his restaurant empire with his newest property, Chifa, 707 Chestnut St. , scheduled...

Family Portrait: Heather Coutts

Heather Coutts looks like your all-American girl — but looks can be deceiving. Starting with the fact that she’s not from...

Bringing peace, and good Mexican, to the city

Finding money in an old coat pocket, getting lost and stumbling upon a quicker route, discovering Paxia — these are all examples of serendipity....

Berlin: Wall down, doors wide open

As the American economy continues its slide south, consider heading east to Berlin, Germany’s glowing capital city. It’s an invigorating mix of...

Great Scot!

“They say that’s when you know you’re in show business: when you work on New Year’s Eve,” Craig Ferguson said. “If...

Family Portrait: R. Eric Thomas

As the bar manager at Pod in University City, R. Eric Thomas deals with characters from all over the world — something he incorporates in...

DJ keeps Madonna fans on the dance floor

Being the world’s No. 1 female DJ has its perks. For openly gay DJ and producer Tracy Young, those perks include world...

Musicians get the folk out of the East Coast

For someone who was toiling away in Washington, D. C., seminary school a little over three years ago, out recording artist Tom Goss...

‘Guitar god’ to perform in Philly

Whatever you do, do not ask Kaki King about her influences as a guitar player. “Oh, no,” she said. “I’m done with...

Classic drama reinvented with lesbian twist

The Mauckingbird Theatre Company continues its mission to present professional gay-themed theater while also exploring classic literature with its production of “Hedda Gabler. ...

Food News

Fish market marks 20 years Seafood Unlimited, 270 S. 20th St., owned by longtime seafooder and fishmonger David Einhorn, will celebrate...

American singers get soulful on new CDs

Jennifer Hudson self-titled Arista Records With the exception of her crack-addict years, Whitney Houston’s career still remains the blueprint for any and all divas...

Hinge heralds Port Richmond urban renewal

Gandhi famously said, “Be the change you want to see in the world. ” Partners M.L. Simone and T. DeLuca are doing just...

Reporting live from Denver: Highlights from sitting, aspiring senators

I had an opportunity to chat with Sen. Bob Casey while in Denver and talked about an idea Rep. Barney Frank suggested...

Solo albums from famous duo members impress

Solo albums can either be the death knell of a group that has an obvious star chomping at the bit to break out (Jackson...

Dance company puts sexuality on the ‘Edge’

“I feel very fortunate in that dance chose me and it was a calling,” said Edgeworks Dance Theater founder Helanius J. Wilkins....

Food News

Noble to open in ’09 Noble American Cookery, 2025 Sansom St. , will be opened in early 2009 by the entrepreneurial trio...

Indigo Girl to sweat it out on rocking solo tour

Amy Ray is definitely burning her candle at both ends this year. The out singer/songwriter, independent-record label head (Daemon Records) and sometimes-rock...

Director, actors delve into ‘Milk’

Perhaps the most anticipated queer film of the year, “Milk” was more than a decade in the making. PGN recently met with...

COVID-19

Women lost all the jobs in December

In the December monthly jobs report from the U. S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), it was revealed that the US lost 140,000 jobs...