Topics :: Philadelphia
Brian Sims Win as PA’s First Out Representative Indicative of National Move Toward LGBT Inclusiveness
By Andrew Clark | Saturday Nov 24, 2012
The recent election of Brian Sims as Pennsylvania’s first out-gay representative is another example of the national sea change of LGBTs becoming involved in politics at all levels.
By Andrew Clark | Saturday Nov 3, 2012
The Gay and Lesbian Latino AIDS Education Initiative and House of Blahnik merged forces to form Project Mobilize, Educate, & Engage, a task force to pioneer the advocacy for awareness and treatment of HIV in the transgender community.
Wednesday Oct 24, 2012
With a fall chill in the air, the 26th annual AIDS Walk attracted thousands of people for the 12K walk/5K Run. Over 12,000 participants & 400 volunteers raised $400,000 to fund local HIV/AIDS organizations. EDGE has the photos!
By Aaron Stella | Friday Oct 12, 2012
Philadelphia FIGHT AIDS Library was founded in 1987 by Heshie Zinman and John Cunningham to create a safe, non-judgmental space for people to get the most up-to-date information about HIV. After 25 years, its mission endures.
By Aaron Stella | Saturday Aug 11, 2012
Philadelphia’s new program, Sexuality with Education and Truth (SWEAT), helps young gay men access vital medical services and deal with HIV-related stigma.
By Louis Finley | Friday Feb 24, 2012
The Obama administration and the Mazzoni Center held a panel on LGBT-specific health at Thomas Jefferson University in Philadelphia on Feb. 16. This gathering is the first in a series of LGBT panels the White House will hold across the country.
Wednesday Dec 28, 2011
iCandy’s hot holiday party featured their Sexy Santa contest along with their very own bartenders and dancers dressed in the smallest Santa outfits possible. With a packed dance floor and the libations flowing, EDGE was there to capture the fun on film!
By Louis Finley | Friday Dec 9, 2011
Woody’s has partnered with the Metropolitan Area Neighborhood Nutrition Alliance in Center City to deliver meals to Philadelphians with HIV/AIDS.
By Michael K. Lavers | Tuesday Nov 15, 2011
With its bucolic rolling hills, quaint colonial-era homes and vineyards, the Southeast Pennsylvania countryside is the perfect place to escape the nearby megalopolis’ hustle and bustle. And it’s even closer than one may think.
Monday Nov 14, 2011
The City of Brotherly Love will be packed with star power on November 18 - 19, 2011 for the annual U.S. Mr. Gay Competition, produced in Philly for the second consecutive year by Bruce Yelk and Nightlifegay.com.