Kenyatta, a Black gay man from Philadelphia, who’s considered a rising star in the Democratic Party, made the announcement Thursday on The ReidOut on MSNBC.
A recent post to social media from Donyx Rivers has raised some eyebrows. In that video, Donyx has alleged behavior from the management of JocksPHL
Pennsylvania state Rep. Brian Sims, who was the first openly LGBTQ member of the Legislature when elected in 2012, announced on Monday that he is running for lieutenant governor.
We are saddened that Ari Gold passed away on February 14, 2021. Below is an interview we did with him on August 11, 2008.
Mazzoni Center announced that due to the ongoing pandemic, its 2021 conference will be delivered in a virtual format. For more than a decade the conference
DVLF is powered by love and they need some of YOUR love this Valentine’s Day to help provide for the emerging needs of the LGBTQ+ community in the Delaware Valley Region.
Behind the Scenes of football photoshoot with Model Gunnar Montana and Photographer Joe McFetridge
Giving RuPaul’s ever-growing arms of the Drag Race franchise, it is no surprise that the drag icon’s music releases feel slightly rarer. With RuPaul’s Drag Race, All Stars, UK, and now
FROM Big Gay Ice Cream: “With great sadness, but with no regrets,” Bryan and Doug have decided that Big Gay Ice Cream will not be
At the end of 2016, Denise fulfilled a dream by opening an LGBTQ bar/nightclub in Philadelphia – Toasted Walnut. It provided an inclusive, diverse, fun,
2020 has been fraught with incredible challenges and loss. While this is something unique for many, the Queer community has been through moments like this
As the new year approaches, things are looking bright for Philadelphia native chef Kenneth J McDuffie. Chef McDuffie will be the next local chef to
The Christmas premier of the much-anticipated Wonder Woman sequel caused the gays to squeal – partially for the outfits, and partial for watching women kick
HRC’s Municipal Equality Index (MEI) demonstrates the ways that many cities can—and do—support the LGBTQ people who live and work there, even where states and
With so many worthy businesses in need these days, it can feel overwhelming to figure out where to direct your support. For a little guidance,
From the Bike Stop: Help Save the Bike Stop The 2020 year has been more than devastating to the members of our community on a
Since March, artists and communities around the world have been innovating the ways in which they create, connect, and support one another. It’s time to celebrate the amazing art and activism we have seen in this new digital age with the Philadelphia Digital Nightlife Awards!
On June 14, 2020, BalletX partnered with Works and Process at the Guggenheim to co-present four world premieres on-line by choreographers Hope Boykin, Caili Quan, Penny Saunders, and Rena Butler.