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On May 17, Philadelphia’s LGBT community will gather at the Wells Fargo Bank and Museum in Center City for the Mazzoni Center’s "Elixir" event, their annual celebration and fundraiser featuring performer Lea DeLaria
Robert Bartley, creator and director of the popular annual "Broadway Backwards" benefit opens up about this year’s gender defying event set for this Monday at Broadway’s Al Hirschfeld Theatre.
Lesbians are heading nonprofits, winning high public office and getting national media. Here are some outstanding examples of those who have succeeded in a (straight) man’s world.
It took only hours for Superstorm Sandy’s surging waters to destroy an emergency drop-in center for homeless gay youths but social media outpouring helped raise money for a new, bigger Ali Forney Center.
Are there any words more beautiful than truffle mac-n-cheese? If, for some silly reason (such as a diet), you missed this year’s Garden Party, here are the photos from the largest LGBT food festival in the States.
Get ready to salivate. Here’s what was served at the Center’s 29th Annual Garden Party: crab cake sliders, coconut cupcakes, mini croque monsieur, champignon crostini, tuna tartare with avocado mousse, pecan butterscotch bars, butter crunch and marzipan.
Garden Party started in 1984 as a backyard barbeque in the Center’s garden. This year, more than 1,500 friends and supporters will flock to Hudson River Park’s Pier 46.
NAACP President Benjamin Todd Jealous spoke at New York City’s LGBT Community Center on Wednesday, Sept. 22, about the importance of an upcoming march on Washington that seeks to spur lawmakers to tackle unemployment, education and social justice.
Here’s what we ate (and drank) in the first hour: strawberry crème tart, fried zucchini flower moo chu with pickled summer flower in rice crepe, green chile mac-and-cheese with tortilla crumbs, caramel crème sandwich, baked brie pops with strawberry coulis, mini cannoli cupcakes, drip bar iced coffee, pecan butterscotch bar, mac-and-cheese squares, maple buttercream banana cupcake, buttermilk gazpacho, rice balls, caramel buttercream chocolate cupcake, truffled robiola pizza-and two cryogenically chilled greyhounds.
The LGBT Community Center in lower Manhattan announced today Glennda Testone of the Women’s Media Center will become its next executive director. She will succeed Richard Burns, who stepped down earlier this year after more than two decades at the Center’s helm.
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