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Josh Can’t Cook

The Food Channel makes it look easy. But for one Philadelphia 20-something, the fine art of cooking is lost on him. That’s why he started […]

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Gay Couple Alert

For years they have been sharing the same room, the same striped shirts and, quite possibly, the same hairstylist. But these longtime roommates have been […]

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The Business of Being Gay

The Advocate recently published a story about Facebook’s advertising plan which could be outing gay users without their knowledge. Microsoft and the Max Planck Institute set […]

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Weekend Roundup

Friday October 22 Dvorak Symphony No. 8 Conductor Lionel Bringuier leads the Philadelphia Orchestra’s performance of Dvorak, Dutilleux and Ravel at 2 p.m. (Kimmel Center, […]

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Bittersweet Victory

Philly’s Equality Forum today spotlights the decision in Norman, Oklahoma, a conservative town that recently debated whether October should be celebrated as GLBT History Month. […]

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Coming Out Story

It was the mid 1970s when I, as a queer, closeted teen, secretly listened to Sunshine Gaydreams, a gay public affairs program on WXPN. Fast […]

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True Colors

The folks here at Philadelphia magazine honored Spirit Day by making a statement against anti-gay bullying. Pictured here, the publisher and members of the sales […]

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Hump Day Headlines

Purple is the new black: LGBT supporters show their true colors. Hillary Clinton tackles gay bullying in a new video. So do Broadway stars. U.S. […]

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Kids Books Today

The ex-gays are at it again. Wal-Mart stores around the country have begun selling a new children’s book that sings the praises of gay reformation. […]

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Good, Bad and Mostly Ugly

Total Beauty ranked Philadelphia as number seven in a poll of eight cities with the ugliest men. Have these folks ever been to the Gayborhood on […]

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The Color Purple

During the past month, more than a half-dozen teen suicides made front page news after it was discovered they took their lives after being bullied […]

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Gotta Have Faith

With an eye on the upcoming elections next month, Equality PA, an LGBT advocacy organization, and the Human Rights Campaign (HRC), the nation’s largest LGBT […]

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Celebrate Gay & Lesbian History Month

“If we don’t know our history we’re going to be forgotten,” said Patsy Lynch, an openly lesbian photojournalist who spent her life chronicling LGBT issues […]


The Windsor Dies on Thursday!

If you’re on the beef beat at all — and trust us, with the burgermania of the past two years, we haven’t missed a minute […]

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Worth It or Not Worth It?: The Cheesesteak Pretzel

The Pretzel Factory debuted its new cheesesteak-pretzel hybrid yesterday, marrying two of Philly’s most iconic and most beloved (yet decidedly unhealthy) foods into one big […]