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It’s called the “Assassins” for a reason.
LGBTQ Event of the Week
Our pick: Metamorphosis: An Anti-Gala
Malcolm Kenyatta Makes History With State House Primary Victory
The LGBTQ community advocate has now become the first openly gay candidate of color ever to win a state House primary in Pennsylvania.
Iris Bonner’s Favorite Things
A peek into the life of the Mount Airy-raised fashion designer.
Mimi Imfurst Admits to Initiating Unwelcome Online Sexual Chats
Gayborhood drag producer Braden Chapman says he regrets that two Drag Wars contestants “felt pressured or obligated to partake in these conversations.”
Drink Wine and Play With Fire at This New Candle-making Spot
The five lifestyle trends we’re obsessing about right now.
R. Eric Thomas Returns to Philly to Debut “Mrs. Harrison”
The Barrymore Award–winning playwright chats about just how much he misses us.
Day of Silence: What It Means for These Philly-Area Students
We spoke with two Shipley students on why they’re choosing to take a vow of silence to highlight the silencing of LGBTQ people in school environments.
Sally Kohn Is in Philly Tonight to Promote Her Controversial New Book
The popular CNN commentator will be interviewed by Desiree Peterkin Bell.
The Look: 9 Stylish Ways to Make Athleisure Look Upscale
Did you expect high fashion to let athleisure win?
Kimmel Center to Host City’s First-Ever “LGBTQ State of the Union”
The May 29th event will feature TED Talk–style presentations from Gayborhood nonprofit leaders.
Four Local Baths Where You Can Soak Your Stress Away
Because baths are the new spas.
LGBTQ&A: Mikhel Harrison
We talk with the Philly queer political organizer on activism, protests, and resisting Trump.
Our pick: “I’m From Driftwood” 5th Annual Spring Brunch Fundraiser.
Seven Vibrant Ways to Elevate Your Spring Style
Brighten up your wardrobe with artsy patterns and bold hues.
Our pick: Commonspace Live’s "Looking Class"