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Gavin Whitt: Finding Your Voice Through Art

It’s time to get Fringey! Starting Sept. 8 and running through Oct. 2, the city will come alive with more than 1,000 innovative, thoughtful,...

Indigo Girls’ Amy Ray: Looking at Life

“I’m trying to tell you something ‘bout my life” are the opening words from the Indigo Girl’s seminal hit “Closer to Fine.” The Grammy...

Lamont Nathaniel Gibson: One for the dreamers

I don’t know much about real estate, but I keep hearing about how hot the market is right now. People are buying up property...

Michael Hinson, Jr: A Life of Activism

Michael Jordan once said, “Some people want it to happen, some wish it would happen, others make it happen.”  This weekend the PGN will host...

Alex Stadler: Artist, Author, Activist

Hey, Hey, Ho, Ho! It’s time for Pride and I’ve got to go!  Okay, I admit, I’m not one for chants, and “Ho” rhymes with...

Garrett Olthuis and Sean Green: Haus of Wood

B-I-N-G-O GayBINGO is its Name-O! My, how time flies. It was 25 years ago, a full quarter of a century, when the AIDS Fund...

Bryan Ruby: Proud to be in baseball

Being a card carrying lesbian, I served my obligatory summer playing on a softball team, “Girls Like Us” (or as we liked to pronounce...

Helena Jordan and Annais Delgado Sanchez

I recently had a chance to attend the Senior Showcase at Moore College of Art & Design. I was impressed at the level of...

Dani Iannone: Making fitness fun

This is the time of year when we rise up out of our pandemic stupor and start dragging out the summer clothes, gasping as...

Luis Pedrogo: New in Old City

According to www.meaningslike.com, the name Pedrogo represents ambition, independence, strength, reliability, determination and professionalism. That sounds about right for this week’s Portrait, Luis Pedrogo...

Steven Wall: Bringing Fun Back

It’s party time! Despite the possible return to masks indoors, this weather has brought people out of their homes and into the clubs. One...

Ray Daly: Helping the Environment

Jane Goodall once said “You cannot get through a single day without having an impact on the world around you. What you do makes...

Frank Chille: Movies and More

Last week, talk about “Hollywood’s Biggest Night” was hijacked by some men behaving badly. Sadly, that moment usurped the many beautiful Oscar moments that...

Jacque’ “Sci-Fi” Scott: Out of this World

Oftentimes I get suggestions for my column from friends or people who I’ve interviewed previously, and sometimes I’ll contact an establishment out of the...

Derrell Acon: Opera for All

Victor Hugo once said that “Music expresses that which cannot be put into words and that which cannot remain silent.” Fortunately, this week’s Portrait is...

Shelly Walker: On a roll

Earlier this week I bought a daffodil plant. There were no blooms on it, but to my great joy and delight, when I came...

Crystal Waters: 100% Family

Philly, get ready to party! On Saturday, March 5th, the Human Rights Campaign will be hosting a fundraising dinner at the Loews Philadelphia Hotel....

Sultan Shakir: Music & Medicine

There’s a lot going on at the Mazzoni Center, Philadelphia’s health and wellness center for the LGBTQ+ community. There are so many things available...

Danielle Jackson: On loving life & literature

It’s hard to imagine that here in 2022, one of the ongoing news stories in this country is the effort to ban books. All...

Tom Kelch: Rehoboth Redux

It’s the weekend of love, so I thought I’d explore a little of love and its flip side. Tom Kelch is the Innkeeper at...



Out Money: Renters Insurance Basics

Q: My partner and I recently moved into an apartment together.  I think we should have renters insurance, but she doesn’t think it’s necessary. ...

Holiday Gift Guide: Local LGBTQ businesses

Editorial Cartoon: “Red Carded”