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May 26, 2010

Art For The Cash Poor Spotlight: Margaux Kent

Every year, InLiquid hosts Art for the Cash Poor, an event that showcases a number of fantastic artists from around the region. These artists meet their admirers and sell their work at an affordable price. For all you amateur art-collectors out there, everything at Art for the Cash Poor is priced at $199 or less, […]

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August 6, 2008

Live Arts Profile: Charlotte Ford

From now until the start of the Philadelphia Live Arts & Philly Fringe Festival, we’ll be interviewing some of the talented artists who’ll be performing at this year’s event. Our first profile is of South Philly’s Charlotte Ford, who can be seen in “Flesh and Blood and Fish and Fowl.” According to the show’s official […]

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August 4, 2008

We Your People Profile: Charlie Potje

Check out this profile of Charlie Potje, owner of Charlie Salon on 12th street. Potje says his favorite activity is strolling through Philadelphia’s different neighborhoods, each of which lends its own distinct characteristics to the spirit of the city. More on Visit Gay-Friendly Philadelphia for more information about events, accommodations, shops, restaurants and nightlife […]

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July 17, 2008

We Your People: Tami Sortman & Melissa Kolczynski

By day, Tami Sortman works at the Altus Group, a full-service marketing communication agency that specializes in gay marketing, but she’s just as passionate about her position as president of the Philadelphia Gay Tourism Caucus, an organization that promotes gay-friendly Philadelphia. In her free time, Sortman enjoys playing for the Philadelphia Women’s Baseball League, Sister […]

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July 8, 2008

Miss Rachel’s Traveling Fare: Rachel Klein Personal Chef

Just one bite of Rachel Klein’s tofu and all of your memories of the mushy, watery junk that your dad ate when he was on a diet in 1982 will disappear. And what’s better, you don’t even have to leave your kitchen to experience it. Rachel Klein is a 23-year-old Philadelphian who launched her own […]

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June 26, 2008

Philly Comedians: Doogie Horner

A lot of folks I chat with about comedy say the same thing: they hate stand-up. Honestly, I thought the same thing for a while. All the stand-up I had seen amounted men complaining about the toilet seat being down and women complaining about the toilet seat being up, and I wanted none of that. […]

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June 2, 2008

Philadelphian Profile: Matt Collip, All-Around Sporty Guy

“It was the most intense thing I’ve ever done,” says Matt Collip, over a quesadilla at Jon’s on South Street. And that’s saying something, because by all accounts Matt’s a pretty intense guy. By the time he graduated college he’d visited Alaska, spent one summer doing SCUBA research and another in Tanzania, all with the […]

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April 7, 2008

People Profile: Justin Weleski, and Beats & Rhymes Co-Founder

Post by Ainé Ardron-Doley Philly staple, co-founder, 27 year-old Justin Weleski sits down with Uwishunu. He attended Maternity BVM, Father Judge & Archbishop Ryan High School. From there it was Community College of Philadelphia and Cosby’s alma mater, Temple University. When the former premiere local hip-hop site, was mired in controversy and eventually […]

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March 27, 2008

Rein in the Good Energy at Reiki

Reiki has many meanings, but all are derivative of its simplest broken down meaning, universal energy. It is in all things. This, as a thought put into action, is ancient. Today there are clinics and schools all over the world. We are lucky to have an amazing school and clinic right here in Philly! For […]

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March 14, 2008

Philly Comedians: Don Montrey

Don Montrey is! busy. As a comedian, writer, and actor, he performs in an improv group and a sketch group, writes for major Philadelphia shows, does stand-up, runs a fantastic blog, and hosts one of the best comedy variety shows in the city, DIE ACTOR DIE (full disclosure: I’ve performed at DIE ACTOR DIE before). […]

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