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Marcus Iannozzi: An Agent For Good

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We’ve come a long way, baby! Not that we don’t still have a ton of work to do, but as a community and world,...

Giovanni Ravelo: Taking a turn in Philadelphia

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Men in tutus, feathers flying, dancing Swan Lake en pointe. At first glance, it might be easy for people to dismiss Les Ballets Trockadero...

Jeff Guaracino: Philly fan and gay-travel guru

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Jeff Guaracino passed away December 28, 2021. We are re-running this interview, which was done in August 2011, in his memory. If you’re gay and...

Ael Leahy: Sustainable In The City

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Growing up we always had a real Christmas tree, a practice I swore I would keep forever. But, as some of you know, I’m...

Paul D. Best: Telling Tales

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The seven principles (nguzo saba) of Kwanzaa are unity (umoja), self-determination (kujichagulia), collective work and responsibility (ujima), cooperative economics (ujamaa), purpose (nia), creativity (kuumba),...

David Chambers: Finding Beauty in Ballet

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I have to admit, I’ve never actually had a sugar plum, but I get excited whenever I hear the theme song. The “Dance of...

Jacob Anthony: Making Scents

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It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas! I’ve had the pleasure of getting in the holiday spirit here in our pretty city these...

Carolyn Natrin: Inspiring Small Business

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Small business Saturday is coming up on Nov. 27th. It’s a chance to forget Amazon and Walmart and to show some love to your...

Robert Kotonly: Bringing the Razzle Dazzle

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Growing up, I remember hearing tales from my mother and father — who were both sophisticated New Yorkers — about going out for the...

Treva Hall Melvin: Ready to Rise

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Cicero once said, “A room without books is like a body without a soul.” As an author, lawyer, district attorney and publishing house founder,...

Angela Bey: The art of life

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Oscar Wilde once said, “the stage is not merely the meeting place of all the arts, but is also the return of art to...

Sapphira Cristál: Shining Bright

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Sparkly dresses, high heeled shoes, a tiara and sash, all items that conjure up images of one of Atlantic cities most iconic events. I’m...

Billy Gilman: Singing with heart

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It’s a little ironic that the day after coming out, singing sensation Billy Gilman lost his voice. But for the best of reasons, Gilman...

Herb Tapper: By Design

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On Sunday, October 3 at 11 a.m., a very special sneak preview of a musical in development will take place at the Union League...

Alex Ringler: Fit and Fabulous

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As I mentioned last week, we have two amazing film festivals happening back to back here in our great city. The Women’s Film Festival’s...

Angela Pinaglia: Gliding Through

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It’s here! It’s here! In the past you might have heard me mention (once or five times) something about my involvement with film festivals....

SisterSpace is doing it for themselves

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I love a good lyric. Music and a good beat definitely move my feet, but I love when a song can also touch my...

Frank Leone: On the Fringe

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It’s almost time to get a little edgy! Cutting edge that is. The Fringe festival is about to take over the city and there’s...

Kevin Bricketto: Jersey Strong

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Southern New Jersey sometimes feels like Philadelphia’s neglected stepchild in the LGBTQ+ community. But fortunately, there are a few things in the coming weeks...

Jill Sobule: Singing it like it is

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“And we laughed at the world. They can have their diamonds and we'll have our pearl. I kissed a girl.” Those are the words from...

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Horoscopes: Jan. 28 – Feb. 3, 2022

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Aries: This week with Mercury in Capricorn you are going to have to get real with yourself. Someone has been sugar coating the truth...

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Marcus Iannozzi: An Agent For Good