This past July 4th, marked 28 year old Edward Strojan’s2 year anniversary of owner Haddonfield, New Jersey hotspot, The British Chip Shop.
Home schooled for years by a domineering mother, a sheltered teenage girl takes a step toward independence by getting a job and moving in with her gay father and his boy toy boyfriend in this gleeful coming of age comedy.
The professional accomplishments and internal struggles of virtuoso upright bassist Jennifer (formerly John) Leitham are detailed in this polished documentary.
The relationship between two oddball best friends – Nate, a young gay film student, and Margaret, a 52-year-old aspiring comedian – experiences growing pains in this low budget charmer.
Between frequent nosebleeds and bathroom breaks, two young lesbians fall in love on the streets of New York City in this bizarre, meandering romance.
This informative documentary recounts the disturbing mid-90s court case in which John Ward, who served eight years in prison for murdering his first wife, sued his ex-wife Mary for custody of their daughter on the grounds that she was an out lesbian.
A delightfully crusty Olympia Dukakis steals the show in this crowd-pleasing comedy about two geriatric lesbians, together for 30+ years, who flee to Canada to get married and avoid being separated.
The opening film of QFest’s 18th year is a sweet comedy filled with easy laughs and genuine emotion.
There are tons of options to choose from, when it comes to Philly’s restaurant scene. But it’s up to me to help you sift through to find the best.
Rounding out a week of promotions for free HIV testing here in Philly, Greg Louganis stopped by for a visit to my favorite local Philadelphia casino, Parx