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Rev. Celena Spain: Making Change

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This year, even a confirmed Agnostic like myself may have been sending a few prayers out — just in case — as we worried...

Kristin Horst: The People’s Florist

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Ah, spring! This year more than most, people are appreciating its joys. The sunshine, the longer days, the fragrance of the air now that...

Richard Buttacavoli: Keeping it blue, with a splash of rainbow

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Richard (Ricky) Buttacavoli is a true renaissance man. Over the years he has worked in a funeral parlor, dressed mannequins, influenced style as a...

Mike Batoff: When one door closes…

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Maya Angelou said “You can only become truly accomplished at something you love. Don't make money your goal. Instead, pursue the things you love...

Brennen S. Malone: Hamming it up

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The actor Willem Dafoe said “Great theatre is about challenging how we think and encouraging us to fantasize about a world we aspire to.”...

Nona Gandelman: Breaking Barriers

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Last week, Family Portrait featured Holly Near and her involvement in a SisterSpace fundraising concert held last week to raise money for the Virginia...

SisterSpace and Holly Near: Making beautiful music.

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This column was designed to introduce us to different people in the LGBTQ community. This week is a little different in that I hope...

Flipping the script on Suzi Nash

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In honor of PGN’s anniversary, we thought it would be nice to interview our very own Barbara Walters, Suzi Nash. Suzi came up with...

Matthew J. Wong: Celebrating Philly’s queer Asian community

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For most of us, the pandemic has been a drag. It has threatened our health, our livelihoods, our communities, our sanity and our waistlines,...

Dallas Walker Peterson: Game on!

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Spring has finally sprung and we could all use some much needed fun and fitness, not just for our bodies but for our minds...

Malachi Lily: Channeling a better world

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Vocabulary.com states that unity is “being together or at one with someone or something. It's the opposite of being divided.” But here in Philadelphia,...

Felicia Blow: Creating Joy

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“All I want to do with my time on earth is make some nice things and support some brilliant people and combat institutionalized systemic...

Dot Levine: Making Music

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“In life,” Kathleen Long said, “you either choose to sing a rainbow, or you don't. Keep singing.” This week’s portrait is someone who can sing...

BJ Jones: On Call

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"The Equalizer" is a new (revamped) show about a person you can turn to when you need help and don’t feel comfortable contacting the...

Amanda Swiger: Photographing Philly

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“It’s about being seen, letting another person pour light into the dark places of who you are and come away feeling like who you...

Ashley Marie Robillard: Art through song

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The conductor Leopold Stokowski once said that “a painter paints pictures on canvas. But musicians paint their pictures on silence.” If that’s the case,...

Darius McLean: Building Community

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In case you’ve somehow missed it, the William Way LGBT Community Center (WWCC), located in the heart of the gayborhood, has been providing services...

Amelia J. Michael: Accidental Activist

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Amelia J. Michael is a woman of many talents. In addition to running two successful businesses — Polycute.com, an LGBTQ and polyamory greeting card...

Kayla Wilson: Keeping Hope Alive

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Jane Goodall once said, “It's easy to become hopeless. So people must have hope: the human brain, the resilience of nature, the energy of...

Melissa Buckminster: Making Montco Memories

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According to Wikipedia, Montgomery County is the third-most populous county in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, and the 73rd-most populous in the United States. In...

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