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Due to weather, the much-anticipated Feb. 20 opening of The Long Road to LGBTQ+ Equality in Pennsylvania at the State Capitol will be rescheduled for a date in mid-March. Click here to to see … more
Australian former High Court judge Michael Kirby married his partner of 50 years, Johan van Vloten, on Feb. 10, reports Rik Glauert for GayStarNews. The pair tied the knot 50 years to … more
South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg entered the 2020 race for president announcing his intentions with a video featuring scenes of him and his husband, Chasten, cooking and playing with their dog, … more
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
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