Weekend Roundup

The ultimate guide to LGBT events

Women's rights icon Gloria Steinem talks feminism at Haverford (courtesy of Facebook)

Friday, Nov. 2

Gloria Steinem visits Haverford College (7:30 p.m.) to discuss “The Progression of Feminism: Where Are We Going?”

Bonerama, a brass funk rock band from New Orleans, performs at Havana in New Hope (8 p.m.).

Tabu’s Thank Goddess It’s OMG (9 p.m.) features The Goddess Isis, Notorious OMG, Anita Manhattan, Mr. Farenheit and Stella D’Oro with DJ Brandon Barlieb.

It’s Cut N Paste (9 p.m.) at The Bike Stop with art installations, monthly performances and music by DJs Precolumbian and Nolita Selector.

Celebrate the music of the B-52s during the Seventh Annual Sex Dwarf Wig Party (9 p.m.) at Fluid with DJs Robert Drake and Marilyn Thomas.

Local poets share their works during a poetry slam at PhilaMOCA (9 p.m.).

Sisters hosts Meangurls (10 p.m.) with DJ Deejay.

Saturday, Nov. 3

Help the victims of Hurricane Sandy with the GPFFL on Saturday morning

The Greater Philadelphia Flag Football League (GPFFL) is collecting items for the victims of Hurricane Sandy (9 a.m.) at Columbus Square Park in South Philly. Click here to find out what items are needed the most.

Catch some live local music at One Shot Coffee (1:30 p.m.) with Hennessey Bonfire and The Gallerist.

Next to Normal plays at the Arden (2 p.m.).

Art of Kemer‘s “Joy Wish Joy” opens at Vintage Wine Bar (4 p.m.).

The Liberty Belles – an all-women’s tackle football team – take to the field at Northeast High School (5 p.m.).

It’s Red, White & Q (8 p.m.) during QSpot Philly at the Broad Street Ministry with a mock debate and election – and music by DJ Who.

Catch The Rocky Horror Picture Show (8 p.m.) at the Eagle Theatre in Hammonton, N.J.

Join G Philly and Belvedere Vodka every Saturday at Sisters for Go Red for Gaga - you could win free concert tickets (photo by Think Stock)

Liberty City Kings play their Sixth Anniversary Show – Tricks & Treats (8 p.m.) – at Tabu with drag, burlesque and no shortage of raunchy fun.

Go Red for Gaga at Sisters (9 p.m.). G Philly magazine and Belvedere Vodka are teaming up every Saturday in November, culminating in a special event (Dec. 1) on World AIDS Day. Enter each week to win tickets to the sold-out Lady Gaga concert and show your support for the fight against AIDS.

It’s also the GOTV Bar Crawl (10 p.m.) with Governor Ed Rendell, which kicks off at Sisters before visiting Woody’s, Knock and Tavern on Camac.

Angela’s Laptop Lounge invites transmen and women (and their friends) to Blue Pacific in King of Prussia (10 p.m.) for the official Halloween party.

Sunday, Nov. 4

CA Conrad reads from his latest book at Moonstone

Get ready for a hilarious breakdown of current events with 1812 Productions’ This is the Week That is (2 p.m.) at the Plays & Players Theatre.

Join Free Tours By Foot for a two-hour walking tour (2 p.m.) about LGBT life in Philly – it kicks off at Sixth and Chestnut.

CA Conrad and Aba Kiser read from their newest works at Robin’s Books and Moonstone Arts (6 p.m.) for the last time before closing its doors.

Justin Bieber plays the Wells Fargo Center (7 p.m.).

Susanna Hoffs of The Bangles plays World Cafe Live (8 p.m.).

Planning an LGBT-friendly event? Tell us about it: nmcdonald@phillymag.com