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The LGBTQ nonprofit’s board of directors announced her end-of-year departure in an email to staff on Monday morning. Ron Powers, the longtime COO, is also leaving.
Dr. Sheena Howard will celebrate the launch of The Encyclopedia of Black Comics this Tuesday.
Philly Music Hall owner Deborah Rose Hinchey vows to fight for its permit.
By a 51-34 vote, front-line staff at the controversial nonprofit chose to organize under the SEIU.
The Gayborhood nonprofit hired a firm that openly expressed support for alt-right ideology.
We chat with the City Council staffer.
Jessa Jordan of South Philly is a current finalist in the magazine’s “Maxim’s Finest” contest.
Our pick: The Third Annual Trans Flag Raising Over City Hall.
We chat with Food Network’s Cupcake Wars winner.
Our pick: SuperDope House Party.
We chat with the new executive director of the Women’s Fund on her new role.
The former employee says one of the shop’s regular patrons was "transphobic."
A second position is opening up to help lead the city on LGBTQ issues.
The change reflects a focus on disparities affecting the most vulnerable within the LGBTQ community.
We chat with the transgender activist on being a Philly transplant, spreading HIV awareness, and confronting Gayborhood racism.
Our pick: Martha Graham Cracker’s 12th Anniversary Party.