WEEKEND ROUNDUP: The Match Game, Kwanzaa-palooza and Pre-New Years Celebrations

What gay doesn’t love one of the most dirty-innuendo-filled game shows in American television history? The Match Game featured celebs answering priceless questions like, “The police commissioner said, ‘I think Batman and Robin are blank?’” Click here to see how that particular question played out on TV, or revisit the show in real-time when Voyeur hosts its own version of the Match Game, called “Match Game for MANNA,” on Friday.

There are tons of reasons why this version is even better than the original: no commercials, go-go boys, discounted drinks and some of your favorite Gayborhood celebrities. Players for the night include Meg Rider, Ryan Breslin, Drew Bev Gaver, Matt O’Neill, some of the Bearlesque boys (who will also be strutting their stuff on Saturday), and more. There are sure to be interesting questions and even more interesting answers all night long.

Best of all, your cover charge will support MANNA, a PA-based organization that supports the ill and terminally ill by providing them with the nourishing meals that they need. The doors open at 9:00 and the game starts at 10:00. For more information on Match Game for MANNA click here. Fri., Dec. 26, 9 p.m., $5, Voyeur, 1221 Saint James St.


Serena Starr (aka America’s Next Top Model star Cory Wade Hindorff) hosts a night of live music and drag at Tabu to benefit the Attic Youth Center

Enjoy no cover charge at Woody’s Customer Appreciation Night

It’ll be a queen-filled night at Venture Inn’s La Cage Aux, starring newcomer Lobstar Bisque

DJ DeeJay will be spinning at The Barbary


Celebrate Kwanzaa with the Attic Youth Center, Philly Black Pride, The William Way Center and more of the city’s LGBTQ organizations

LickR is throwing “One Fierce Holiday Affair” at Finn McCools

Not all of the Bears are hibernating for the winter: don’t miss the out on the bears of Bearlesque at Tabu

Catch the iconic Macy’s light show before it’s gone


Liberty City Drag Kings and Burlesque kicks off its once-a-month Drag Brunch at Tabu with two of its favorite things: Glitter ‘n’ Grits