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First Person Arts Has Found a Very Bad Boy In David Crabb

David Crabb grew up as a punk gay twink in the middle of Texas and got high on more VHS cleaner than is humanly possible (“God […]

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7 Local Movies at the Philadelphia Film Festival

Philly film lovers and fans — it’s just about that time of year again. The 24th annual Philadelphia Film Festival begins October 22nd and runs through November 1st. […]

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10 Films You Need to See at the Philadelphia Film Festival

Traveling to film festivals throughout the year, I’ve seen some of the best and most intriguing films of 2015 in theaters all over North America. […]

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Awesome Fest Hosting Horror-Themed Sleepover at Prince Theater

I never actually watched a single A Nightmare on Elm Street movie, but all it took was one peep at Freddy Krueger to keep me […]

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Michael Moore, Charlie Kaufman Attending Philadelphia Film Festival

The 24th annual Philadelphia Film Festival kicks off next Thursday, October 22nd, showcasing over 100 screenings and correlating events around the city. Today, they rolled out […]

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PHOTOS: Old City Fest Draws More Than 20,000

Organizers say more than 20,000 showed up for this weekend’s Old City Fest — blasting past the 15,000 they were expecting. It’s no wonder; it couldn’t have […]

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DJ Armin van Buuren Talks Career, Fame and Words to Live By

Last night’s Armin van Buuren concert at Penn’s Landing’s Festival Pier felt like a sort of religious revival pimped out with glow sticks, fog machines, […]

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VIP Tickets Going Fast for Whiskey Fest

VIP tickets for Philadelphia magazine’s Whiskey & Fine Spirits Festival on Thursday, October 29th are going fast. The VIP tickets get you the chance to […]

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Philly’s First Person Arts Festival Highlights LGBT Stories

Philadelphia’s First Person Arts has always been extremely LGBT friendly, and this year, their huge annual festival is proving that the storytelling organization has a […]

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Born Fat : When Truth Is Stranger Than Fiction

There are some people that are so absurdly complex, so full of drama (of the literal kind), that you could easily see their lives as […]

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PHOTOS: Thrilling Shots of All-Female Tangle Movement Arts at Fringe Festival

Tangle Movement Arts, Philadelphia’s all-female aerial dance theater company, is flying high at this year’s FringeArts Festival. Their production, The Girl’s Guide to Neighborly Conduct, features […]

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Feastival Is Coming And We’ve Got A 20% Discount Code For You

Because here at Foobooz World HQ we’re all about rewarding procrastination, we’ve got a killer 20% discount code for you to use if you haven’t […]

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First Person Arts Festival Announces Full Lineup

“We are liking, favoriting, following, commenting, and connecting across platforms and devices like never before,” said First Person Arts’ Executive Director Jamie Brunson. “These trends […]

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Belgian Dancer Pieter Ampe Gets Naked with Portuguese Co-Creator Guilherme Garrido at the FringeArts Festival

The FringeArts Festival has made a name for itself by taking audience members out of their comfort zone. Some may not know if they’re up […]

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PHOTOS: Queer Fringe Sneak Peek Party at Tabu

Last night, a selection of the FringeArts Festival‘s most intriguing queer and LGBT artists presented samples from their shows at a big old gay party […]