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Michael Karloutsos, a political heavy-hitter who owned Philadelphia’s upscale Water Works Restaurant and Lounge for nearly a decade, landed a high-level job at the U.S. […]
If you haven’t heard by now, Sen. Pat Toomey will hold a town hall on Thursday – with 54 people. PBS39 WLVT will host the event, which […]
For the first time in the city’s history, there will now be two people in the Mayor’s Office leading the city on LGBTQ issues: The […]
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bUIgVkaPK_E ICYMI, a man free climbed to the top of City Hall – and apparently no one in the city noticed. That man, an extreme […]
For its festive inclusion and momentous engagement, this week’s LGBTQ Event of the Week is the First Annual Pride Month Kick-Off at City Hall. The […]
Several activist groups in Philadelphia are planning to hold a town hall for Sen. Pat Toomey – with or without the senator himself. Indivisible Philadelphia […]
At a town hall meeting held on May 10th in the heavily Democratic township of Willingboro, New Jersey, U.S. Rep. Tom MacArthur was the object […]
After passing out of City Council’s Health and Human Services committee in a unanimous vote last month, an anti-discrimination bill introduced by Councilman Derek Green […]
Amid heated national debate about so-called sanctuary cities, Philly is making its immigration stance loud and clear. City Council has passed a resolution this week “recognizing […]
After going 1,300-plus days without a new contract – and still counting – many Philadelphia teachers are pissed. So pissed that some of them raised money […]
On Saturday, the Mayor’s Office of LGBT Affairs, in collaboration with GALAEI, Trans-health Information Project (TIP), Attic Youth Center, William Way, ACLU, Mazzoni Center, and […]
It had been five years since U.S. Sen. Bob Casey held a town hall in the state – and apparently, people were waiting.
Heading in to meet w/ @SenToomey, calendar in hand & ready to sched a live, in-person town hall! #ToomeyTownHall #RealPA #standindivisible pic.twitter.com/ZUgwjF8OLF — Tuesdays With […]
Mayor Jim Kenney usually looks sad. Ed Rendell told him he needed to smile more, possibly appending “sweetie” onto the end of his advice. Philadelphia […]
On Wednesday, the city announced the 21 members of its first-ever Millennial Advisory Committee. The committee, which will meet monthly, is tasked with advising the city […]