Arts

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Gaga Confronts Anti-Gay Protester

Lady Gaga decided to confront a fundamentalist Christian protester outside her recent concert in Anaheim, Calif. He gave her a “Get Out of Hell for […]

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CineFest Kicks Off Today

It’s that time of year again when diehard cinemaphiles dash from theater to theater to catch a string of indie flicks during Philadelphia’s own CineFest […]

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Hump Day Headlines

Obama hires gay spokesman. Lesbian nominated for highest Massachusetts court. Gay cemetery planned in Atlanta. Maryland gender identity bill awaits vote. Will California teach gay […]

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This Girl Looks Just Like Justin Bieber

No, this isn’t Justin Bieber doing a cover of “Love the Way You Lie” from Eminem and Rhianna. It’s Dani Shay, a lesbian singer (she’s […]

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What’s Gay at PIFA

If you start to feel like you’re living in Paris rather than Philly, that’s probably because when the Philadelphia International Festival of the Arts (PIFA) […]

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Are You Ready for Some Fashion?

Last year, the Wharton Charity Fashion Show raised thousands of dollars for the Mazzoni Center when more than 600 people packed the event. This year, […]

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New Logo for Philly Pride

Philly Pride – organizers of the Pride Day Parade and Festival every June, and OutFest in October – recently asked local artists to submit designs for […]

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Weekend Roundup

Friday, April 1 Topstich Boutique in Old City presents a new exhibition “From Another World: Venus Standing” with an opening reception (6-9 p.m.) featuring art […]

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Andy Warhol Immortalized

Artist Rob Pruitt was commissioned by the Public Art Fund in New York City to create a silver sculpture honoring the late great artist Andy […]

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Hump Day Headlines

Indiana votes against gay marriage. Giffords intern to be honored by Victory Fund. Gay sex is still illegal in Texas. Target tries to keep LGBT […]

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Famous Sapphic Socialite Inspires New Music

Raving Beauty, a new work inspired by the life of controversial writer and socialite Mercedes de Acosta (1893-1968) – a prominent member of gay society in New […]

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Weekend Roundup

Friday, March 25 The new Aktion Gallery opens (5-10 p.m.) on South Street with music, projections, performance and a launch party. Want more art? Check […]

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Can Anyone Get Published?

“All disco balls slow down and eventually stop.” This is a line from gay poet Craig Moreau‘s upcoming book Chelsea Boy. We know – it […]

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Giovanni’s Room to Get Historical Marker

Ever since it opened in 1973, Giovanni’s Room has not only been a bookstore, but a meeting place for gays and lesbians from Philadelphia and […]

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How Philly Moves

Photographer Jacques-Jean Tiziou photographs real Philadelphians for a new project that’s coming to the Philadelphia International Festival of the Arts. From April 7-30, his images […]