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Mike Albo and Marga Gomez are getting ready for a new show at the Painted Bride in Philly – Mike and Margo Make Queer Comedy – Nov. 17.
Friday, Sept. 28 The AIDS Library of Philadelphia celebrates its 25th anniversary (4 p.m.) in honor of the library’s co-founders John Cunningham and Heshie Zinman […]
Friday, Sept. 21 The AIDS Walk kicks off with a special presentation in Rittenhouse Square (11 a.m.) documenting the last 30 years of the disease. […]
A few recently opened food trucks in the area will be making their Night Market debuts at the Chinatown event on October 4th. Three new […]
Already recognized as one of America’s most popular breweries, Yuengling has also become the country’s largest American-owned brewery. To celebrate, Yuengling wants to thank the city that […]
Friday, Sept. 7 Gender Reel kicks off today with events through the weekend. Click here for a full listing of events. The 35th Annual SisterSpace […]
Mark your calendars, Night Market is making a return appearance to Chinatown. The last Night Market of the year is set for Thursday, October 4th […]
In the past couple of years, Philadelphia has become a good restaurant city. But what is it going to take to make us great? It […]
Josh Can’t Cook’s host Josh Schonewolf is raising money for the Ali Forney Center at Tabu in Philly.
William Way’s Indigogo dance party is back for the second year, this time at Voyeur on Oct. 6 with DJ Robert Drake, Nasty Sinatra, DJ Deejay and more, following the Indigo Ball.
Friday, August 24 GayFest! continues through the weekend. Click here for a full listing of shows. Raw Ladi Boi Jell-O Wrestling (yes, Jell-O wrestling) benefits […]
Tonight’s Night Market will be a test for The Food Trust as it puts unprecedented control of the insanely popular street food festival in the […]
As we mentioned in our food truck schedule round up, a new food truck is coming to town. Local 215 will be a “food truck […]
According to the September issue of Esquire, Philadelphia is the Late-Night Capital of these here United States. The issue’s late-night eats guide contains essays about […]
Friday, August 3 The Phreak ‘N Queer Festival continues through Sunday. Click here for a full list of events. Philadelphia Museum of Art’s Art After […]