She’s baaaaaack! Just when you thought the name “Snooki” was erased from our collective memories, the reality television star is returning to the small screen to […]
The Human Rights Campaign released their 2016 Corporate Equality Index report today, and a number of businesses in the Greater Philadelphia area have perfect scores.
Let’s get this out of the way: Charlie Sheen is no angel. But the 50-year-old actor, who has become directly associated with a mental meltdown from […]
It’s an interesting pairing: A James Cameron-inspired Cirque du Soleil show and Crayola crayons. But leave it to the creative teams of both to offer a […]
Our first ever co-branded event with Atlantic City’s Borgata was a huge success this past Saturday afternoon as guests from Philly, New York, and South […]
Stonewall Sports Philadelphia will be celebrating a huge year by donating $30,000 to a variety of regional LGBTQ organizations at a special event this evening.
Boxers, the gay New York establishment which invaded Walnut Street in Philadelphia last year, turns one this weekend, and there will be quite a celebration […]
“Who is to tell me what I can and cannot write? Who are you to tell me that?” I caught New York City playwright Chad […]
A new LGBT policing organization is shaping up in Philadelphia that will provide out officers the opportunity to create change within the force. The Greater […]
Yes, Philadelphia, there is a Santa Claus, and it happens to be G Philly readers. When Valley Youth House reached out to us about their […]
This past Sunday, I attended my first salon, a sneak peek of Emma Goidel’s A Knee That Can Bend, a play that explores some complex themes […]