Mary Wilson: 'I have become the woman I always wanted to be.'
Mary Wilson was part of the musical phenomenon known as the Supremes. She has had a remarkable solo career spanning decades, with several recordings and appearances both here in this country and abroad. I had the opportunity to talk with her recently about her special feelings for her friends in New Jersey and Philadelphia.
by Ralph Malachowski 8 likes comments
Time for the ghosts and gobblins to rise from the dead and take over the gayborhood! Also an excuse for everyone to dress in slutty outfits and show it off at the clubs. Check out our list of Halloween Events...
Gloria Casarez Passes Away at 42
I am sad to announce that my friend, and friend to PhillyGayCalendar, Gloria Casarez has passed away at the age of 42. She was a strong advocate for our community, a powerful voice for our cause and an amazing person at all times and her loss will be felt deeply by all who knew her.
by Steve McCann
Satine's Shade Shack 202: The Takeover
Satine's Shade Shack 202: The Take Over. Recap Philly Drag Wars
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Stonewall Kickball Philly Bar Crawl
Photos from the Stonewall Kickball Philly Charity Bar Crawl [c/o Stonewall Kickball - Philly]
Photographer: Jonathan Hernandez 25 likes 178 Photos
Interview with Nicholas Rodriquez
Nicholas Rodriquez, a young actor who has played Jesus Christ, Tarzan, and a gay activist and lover on TV, will soon be starring as Sir Lancelot in the Two River Theater production of 'Camelot.' He recently spoke about his future role and the other things that matter to him.
by Ralph Malachowski 4 likes comments
GayBowl 2014 Closing Party
It was an athletic weekend, hundreds of football players from around the country came to Philly to compete, but in the end, they all had fun together!
Photographer: Garrett Matthew Photography 25 likes 98 Photos
Philadelphia Makes Their Stance Against Gay Bashing Clear
When a group of 10-12 men and women brutally attacked two homosexual men in Philadelphia last month, it shocked the world. People questioned if there was a new anti-gay movement brewing while members of the gay community wondered if they were safe.
by Ron Hackett
Interview with Dwayne Dunlevy
This New Hope resident will be presiding over multiple Thursdays this fall at New Hope’s Rrazz Room. He spoke about the shows, his career and what’s next – and current - on the horizon for him in and around New Hope.
by Ralph Malachowski 22 likes comments
The Out Philadelphia Athletic League is Created
With the newest fad to hit Philadelphia, many of this city’s LGBT community have taken up intramural sports. I had the privilege of sitting down with Jeffrey Sotland to discuss the newly developed Out Philadelphia Athletic League or, OPAL.
by Matt O'Neill 66 likes comments
Out of the closet and into the street, we took over the gayborhood for the biggest coming out celebration in the country
Photographer: Multiple 25 likes 344 Photos
'9 to 5: the Musical' at the Walnut Street Theatre
If you happen to be a reader of a certain age, you will remember Women's Liberation, the Equal Rights Amendment, and the impact made by Gloria Steinem and Ms. Magazine. It is this struggle from those turbulent times which comes to light in '9 to 5: the Musical,' now playing at the Walnut Street Theatre in Philadelphia until October 19.
by Ralph Malachowski 6 likes comments
28th Annual AIDS Walk Philly 5K 2014
Promotional Video for ActionAIDS in support of the 28th Annual Philadelphia AIDS Walk/Run on October 19th, 2014. Come out and join Action AIDs in the fight against HIV/AIDS by visiting ActionAIDS.org and clicking 'Join US' or calling 215-981-3367.
by Pike Lee 9 likes 269 views
Boxers PHL Sneak Preview
Boxers PHL is opening in a few weeks and we had an exclusive behind the scenes tour of the space and met some of the guys interviewing to be Boxer Boys.
Photos by Steve McCann