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Weekend Roundup

Friday, May 4 Equality Forum continues today with the National Legal Panel (4 p.m.) and National Politics Panel (5:30 p.m.) at the National Constitution Center. […]

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Equality Forum Celebrates 20 Years

Equality Forum celebrates its 20th anniversary this year when events officially kick off May 3 – 6 in Philadelphia. Looking back on the last 20 […]

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Weekend Roundup

Friday, April 27 MANNA hosts a “Meals That Matter” tailgate party (5 p.m.) on 23rd and Ranstead with members of the Philadelphia Eagles, Eagles Cheerleaders […]

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Weekend Roundup

Friday, April 20 Stop by the Big Book Sale at Book Corner (10 a.m.) to pick up some summer reading to benefit the Free Library. […]

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Preview: Angels in America

The final production of Wilma Theater‘s season will likely be one of its biggest undertakings of the year. Tony Kushner’s Tony Award-winning play Angels in America, […]

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Q&A: Miss Richfield 1981

We’ve loved Miss Richfield 1981 ever since we first “saw” her play – the saw. Really. Fresh off of her turn as an Orbitz spokesmodel, […]

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Weekend Roundup

Friday, April 13 GALAEI’s Third Annual DARLA Ceremony (5 p.m.) at City Hall gives the David Acosta Revolutionary Award to someone who works to improve […]

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What We Love: DIY Headlong

How many times have you watched Fred Astaire glide across that TV of yours? Ok, so you may not be Ginger, but you do have […]

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New Film Series in Lehigh Valley

Philly has long had its LGBT film festivals, but this year the Greater Lehigh Valley, along with Equality Pennsylvania and ArtsQuest, are launching a new […]

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Philadelphia Theater Artists Don’t Have to Move to NYC

Playwriting in Philadelphia has long been a man’s world, with Michael Hollinger (Opus) and Bruce Graham (The Philly Fan) among the more prominent male scribes. […]

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What We Love: Outside the Frame

Deen is a Brooklyn-based performance artist who, like Cher or Madonna, is known on a first name basis. These days, audiences can find him in […]

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America Could Use Fewer Standing Ovations, More Booing

If you’ve been watching American Idol this season (and I am just outing myself here and telling you I have), you know that the quality […]

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LGBT Festival Wins Award

When New Hope Celebrates (NHC) takes over the gay-friendly arts community in Bucks County each summer and throughout the year, Main Street is turned into a […]

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Weekend Roundup

Friday, March 30 Trevesura Presents Chequeate Mi Gente, a Latino LGBT party from GALAEI with free HIV testing (6 p.m.) at Three Elements. The Gayla […]

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In the Closet: Gender Outlaw

Heather Coutts walks the line as far as gender goes, proving that it’s not always what meets the eye. As the founder and artistic director […]