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December 30, 2013

Roundup: A Guide To Philadelphia’s Gay Festivals, Performances, Events And More For 2014

The City of Brotherly Love truly offers something for everyone. Every year, the city welcomes an onslaught of gay-friendly events, performances and festivals for all to enjoy. In 2014, look forward to some of the same well-loved events that bring tons of visitors and residents out for celebrations, along with a number of new events […]

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October 4, 2013

Our Guide To The 2013 Midtown Village Fall Festival, Returning To 13th Street This Sunday, October 6 With Multiple Beer Gardens, Amazing Food From Local Restaurants, Live Music, A Dunk Tank, Crafts And More

Ready for one of the best block parties of the year? Returning for its eighth year on Sunday, October 6 the Midtown Village Fall Festival welcomes thousands to revel in eight hours of outdoor fun on a nearly eight-block footprint. Note that the event is usually on a Saturday, but this year’s festival rocks 13th […]

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October 2, 2013

The City Of Philadelphia Kicks Off LGBT History Month With A Rainbow Flag Raising Ceremony At City Hall, Thursday, October 3

For the fourth year in a row, the rainbow flag joins the stars and stripes above City Hall to honor LGBT History Month in Philadelphia. This Thursday, October 3, join in the launch of this month-long celebration with the rainbow flag raising ceremony, hosted by Mayor Michael Nutter and kicking off at noon. Taking place […]

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August 27, 2013

Check Out Miss Richfield 1981′s Selfie Tour Of The Town On Visit Philly And Enter To Win A Fabulous Weekend Stay In Philadelphia

  Hilarious performer Miss Richfield 1981 travels the world with her one-woman show, and has appeared on national shows like The Tonight Show with Jay Leno and Today on NBC. Now, the flamboyant Miss Richfield 1981 embarks on a Philadelphia tour to help celebrate 10 years of Visit Philly’s award-winning campaign “Philadelphia – Get Your […]

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August 5, 2013

Quince Productions’ Annual GayFest! Returns Tomorrow For A Month-Long Celebration Of GLBT Theater, August 6-24

The curtain is ready to rise on the only GLBT theater festival in Philadelphia as GayFest! 2013 kicks off tomorrow, Tuesday, August 6. Now in its third year, GayFest! brings a slew of GLBT theater to Center City. From limited engagements to longer running shows, the festival includes nearly 50 works at four locations over […]

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July 16, 2013

The Wilma Theater Hosts The Bearded Ladies Cabaret And Martha Graham Cracker In The Premiere Of My Dinner with Dito, July 17-20 And July 24-27

Straight off of the troupe’s raucous annual performance at Eastern State Penitentiary’s Bastille Day festival, The Bearded Ladies Cabaret now brings its rollicking talents to the lobby of The Wilma Theater with My Dinner with Dito: A How to be Gay Cabaret, July 17-20 and July 24-27. The always-entertaining experimental group’s newest show stars not […]

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July 10, 2013

Our Top Picks For Screenings And Events Of The 19th Annual Philadelphia QFest LGBT Film Festival, July 11-21

Kicking off tomorrow, July 11, the East Coast’s largest LGBT film festival Philadelphia QFest is set to spotlight the best in LGBT cinema through July 22. With more than 100 films scheduled over the next 12 days, and as many as 17 in a single day (Saturday, July 20), QFest features movies ranging from lighthearted […]

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June 24, 2013

Save The Date: The 19th Annual Philadelphia QFest LGBT Film Festival Hits Screens July 11-21

With more than 100 films scheduled over 12 days, the 19th annual Philadelphia QFest is set to spotlight the best in in LGBT cinema from July 11 to July 22. The city’s LGBT film festival, QFest screens films ranging from lighthearted comedies, like opening-night film G.B.F., to such poignant documentaries as Where I Am, the […]

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June 13, 2013

Tonight Picks: Opening Night Of Pennsylvania Ballet’s Final Show Of The Season, Retro-Rama At The Constitution Center, Make-And-Take Party At Art Star And More

Another week has come and gone, and the weekend is already sneaking up on us, Philadelphia. Thursday night plays host to scores of events perfect for anyone yearning to get out and about tonight. Though stormy weather caused a couple events to be cancelled or postponed (including the Baltimore Avenue Dollar Stroll), the skies have […]

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June 5, 2013

Philadelphia History Museum At The Atwater Kent Debuts Its New LGBT Exhibit, Private Lives in Public Spaces, Today, Wednesday, June 5

Make your way to the Philadelphia History Museum at the Atwater Kent starting Wednesday, June 5 to view the new exhibit Private Lives in Public Spaces: Bringing Philadelphia’s LGBT History Out in the Open. Occupying the museum’s Philadelphia Voices Community History Gallery, the exhibit tells the story of the LGBT experience in our city from […]

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