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First global LGBT streaming network, Revry, announced a deal with Comcast that will soon bring its service to Comcast’s Xfinity X1. With Revry’s authentically diverse mix of … more
Truth Wins Out applauded PA State Representative Brian K. Sims (D-Philadelphia) for his statement denouncing Google for its continuing refusal to delete a dangerous “pray away the … more
Movita Johnson-Harrell, former interim supervisor of Victim Services in Philly’s District Attorney’s Office, surprised many when she became the new Democratic nominee for a March 12 … more
Come draw or paint from a live model Thursdays at the Art Association of Harrisburg. The weekly sesssions are held from 6 to 9 p.m.  The events are held in the association's relaxed, and … more
Mon., Feb. 11 US Congressman Joe Kennedy III (D-MA,4) lead efforts for a resolution opposing President Trump’s ban on openly transgender servicemembers from serving in our nation’s … more
UPMC Pinnacle presented more than 120 pieces of protective equipment, including vests, steel plates and helmets, to the Harrisburg Police Department in the Martin Luther King City Government … more
More than 820,000 people in China are affected with the HIV/Aids virus, health officials say. About 40,000 new cases were reported in the second quarter of 2018 alone. The vast majority of new … more
The Hong Kong government recently conceded that seven local laws targeting sexual activities involving gay men were inconsistent with the city’s mini-constitution which provides that all … more
In the early 1990s, fear and rumor swirled through New York’s LGBT community about a serial killer who targeted inebriated men leaving the city’s gay bars late at night. Benjamin H. Smith … more
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