Weekend Roundup

The ultimate LGBT guide to the city and shore

Friday, July 27

Check out Brecht in Poland: Poster Designs for the Threepenny Opera (11 a.m.) at Drexel University’s Leonard Pearlstein Gallery.

Philadelphia Museum of Art’s Art After 5 (5 p.m.) features a live performance by jazz musician Joanna Pascale.

Stop by Brewerytown for the Food Truck Roundup (5 p.m.) with delicacies from 15 popular trucks. The event also includes live music, art and a pop-up farmer’s market.

Join Brian Sims for an LGBT Bar Crawl for Obama (6 p.m.). The event kicks off at Woody’s and heads to Knock, ICandy, Venture Inn, Tavern on Camac, Westbury and Sisters and includes voter registration.

Check out DJ Robert Drake’s The Land of the Lost (7 p.m.) on WXPN with a live performance by Crash Course in Science.

Flo Rida plays Boardwalk Hall in Atlantic City (7 p.m.).

Joel McHale plays the Borgata (8 p.m.) in Atlantic City.

Joel McHale (courtesy of E!)

Sandy Beach hosts Smashed (11 p.m.) at Venture Inn with appearances by Robyn Kradles and Vanessa Sterling.

Saturday, July 28

It’s the Atlantic City Food & Wine Festival: Blues, Brews & BBQ (noon) at the Showboat Casino Hotel. Paula Deen makes an appearance at 5 p.m.

The Underground Courtyard in West Philly hosts Slippery When Wet (3 p.m.), a women’s pool party with music by DJ J Starr and Hot 107.9′s Dior Cartel.

Join Girls Night Out in Atlantic City’s Resorts Casino and Hotel (6 p.m.). The party at Pro Bar benefits SisterSpace with DJ Andi. CeCe Peniston also plays live at Pro Bar.

SNL’s Seth Meyers plays the Borgata (9 p.m.) in Atlantic City.

Courtesy of Blonde Sabbath

Sugar Town presents A Night of Lady Rockers and DJs (11 p.m.) at Kung Fu Necktie featuring Meddlesome Meddlesome Meddlesome Bells, Blonde Sabbath, a Black Sabbath tribute band, and White Summer, a female-led Led Zeppelin tribute band. DJ Laura Lawless spins between acts.

The Penn Jersey Roller Derby presents movie night at the Troc featuring Black Dynamite (11 p.m.). Come pimped out in your best 70s attire.

Sunday, July 29

Permanent Wave presents a skillshare in Clark Park (11 a.m.). Learn all about screen printing, dance, ukukele playing and stenciling.

East Passyunk gasses up for a car show and street festival (noon). Also look for live music, street vendors, circus performers (yes, circus performers), a craft show and kid’s activities.

Bingo-a-Go-Go (6 p.m.) is at the Elsmere Presbyterian Church in Elsmere, Del., to benefit Delaware Pride.

The Diamond Divas perform live (6:30 p.m.) at Bob & Barbara’s with a portion of proceeds benefitting the Maria Poochie Storti Scholarship Fund. Hosted by Lisa Lisa, the drag cabaret features Brittany Lynn and her Drag Mafia, Joey Josephs and Serena Starr. Mick Jagger karaoke with Sara Sherr follows the show.

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