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U.S. Mr. Gay Crowned

Congratulations to Brian Dorsey who won the 2012 U.S. Mr. Gay title on Saturday at Voyeur. We had the chance to hear from Dorsey – […]

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Bride-to-be Blogger Carolyn: Blocking Hotel Rooms

Last week was a pretty big wedding-planning week. We got our engagement pictures back (more on that in a later post), shopped around at a […]

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New LGBT Travel Site Launched in Philly

OffTo.com may be all about globetrotting, but the company got its start right here in Philly. The new LGBT travel site may have only launched […]

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Weekend Roundup

Friday, Nov. 18 Mr. Gay kicks off at Woody’s (9 p.m.) with a welcome party followed by the official national competition at Voyeur tomorrow (9 […]

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No Cake for Lesbian Couple

You have to be pretty hateful to forgo a business transaction in this economy just because you don’t like someone. But that’s exactly what happened […]

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Who Will Be the New Miss Gay PA?

There she is…Miss Gay PA. Audiences will find out which of the queens will walk away with the tiara on Dec. 3 when the pageant […]

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Weekend Roundup

Friday, Nov. 11 The Delaware Humane Association hosts an Adopt-a-Thon (9 a.m.) to find homes for kittens and cats at Brandywine Town Center in Wilmington. […]

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Weekend Roundup

Friday, Nov. 4 Crawl Philadelphia Food Trucks in West Philly (1 p.m.) with a cheap and creative sampling of ethnic eats. Teresa Bevin reads from […]

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Philly’s First for Culture

Finally Philly catches a break. While our city usually ends up on all of the worst, ugly, scary and fat lists, for the first time […]

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Weekend Roundup (Halloween Edition)

Friday, Oct. 28 Local writers try to scare our pants off (if we’re lucky) during Scary Queer! A Halloween Storytelling Event (6:30 p.m.) at The […]

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Miss’d America is Back

Larry Sieg, president of the Greater Atlantic City GLBT Alliance, held a press conference last week at Boardwalk Hall to announce details about the Miss’d […]

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Miss’d America is Back

Larry Sieg, president of the Greater Atlantic City GLBT Alliance, held a press conference last week at Boardwalk Hall to announce details about the Miss’d […]

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Weekend Roundup

Friday, Oct. 21 At noon today there’s a memorial for Frank Kameny, the gay pioneer who made a huge impact on LGBT rights by spearheading […]

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Weekend Roundup

Friday, Oct. 7 The Third Annual LGBTQ Womyn of Color Conference (10 a.m.) gets started at the Temple University Student Center at Broad and Cecil […]

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Maryland Governor’s for Marriage Equality

Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley is working with Marylanders for Marriage Equality to help increase public support of same-sex marriage legislation he’s trying to pass. “As a […]