The Headhouse Square Shambles will transform into a huge open-air runway this Tuesday evening, with over 21 boutiques and salons collaborating to showcase local Philly fashion. Fashion Under The Shambles invites the garment-obsessed and shopping-addicted to view an eclectic mix of men and women's fashion, hosted by America’s Next Top Model finalist—and former G Philly cover boy—Cory Wade Hindorff (pictured). Free admission (general standing room only) is available for a limited time, by RSVPing here. VIP tickets are also available for purchase online. For more information, click here. Tuesday, September 23rd, 6 p.m., Headhouse Square Shambles, 200 Pine Street.—Marquesa Rotuski
At long last we get the final episode of Temple's College Emmy-winning gay web series One of the Guys. Show creator Michael Busza emailed today that he will be uploading the final episode, which finds the boys frolicking around Rehoboth Beach, on Tuesday night. The episode actually aired this weekend at Qflix, but if you didn't catch it, tune into the show's website here at 9 p.m.. And before you start mourning the show's demise, Busza hints that he's working on developing a full-length version of the series. Fingers crossed. Tuesday, September 23rd, 9 p.m., free, oneoftheguystv.com.
Josh Schonewolf's second go-round of his competition to find Philly's fiercest burlesque performer is in full swing with a whole new crop of contestants and returning celebrity judges Lascivious Jane and Joey Martini, and Cycle 1 winner Sinnamon (all pictured with Schonewolf above). This week, Schonewolf tells me, is "Genderfuck Week," where the remaining 13 contestants are asked to perform gender-bending acts. He also says the evening will see the return of his drag persona Grace Period, and Mistor Fahrenheit will sit down as guest judge. Tuesday, September 23rd, 9 p.m., $8, Tabu Lounge and Sports Bar, 200 South 12th Street.
East Passyunk Avenue hosts its first Queers On the Avenue (QOTA) of fall at Stogie Joe's. The evening promises "cold beer, frosty cocktails and free pizza." Look out for $2 Rolling Rock bottles, $3 Margaritas and $5 for a shot and a beer. Wednesday, September 24th, 6 p.m., free, Stogie Joe's, 1801 East Passyunk Avenue.
I think I might have squealed when I saw that former Chelsea Lately writer and roundtable regular Fortune Feimster is coming to Philadelphia. The uproariously funny, ultra-huggable North Carolina-born comedian will spend three nights at Helium Comedy Club. Stay tuned to G Philly for an interview I did with Feimster, where she talks about everything from working with Upper Darby's Tina Fey to Joan Rivers to being a lesbian in a man's comedy world. Thursday-Saturday, September 25-27, $16-$23, Helium Comedy Club, 2031 Sansom Street.
NSFW Dance Party creators—and lovahs—Paul Blore and Marquise Lee are going all back-to-school for this month's party. The theme is RUSH, as in that thing you have to do to get into a fraternity. If the flyer is any indication, you probably won't leave without a spanking. Well, at least if you’re lucky. DJs Trprkpr and Sharyn Stone are spinning, and your favorite twink photographer, Alexander John, will be in the house snapping candids. Thursday, September 25th, 10 p.m., free, Medusa Lounge, 27 South 21st Street.