We are so excited about Pride this year. This will be the first time Pride is in person since before COVID. For Pride there will
The iconic Broadway hit Hairspray is now at the Miller Theater until May 22. The Miller Theater is the new name of the former Merriam
Philadelphia Ballet presented Hans van Manen Humankind May 12-15, 2022, at the Academy of Music.
Philadelphia’s famous beer garden that gives back to city parks announces its return for the summer season. Parks on Tap will start their extended stay
Philadelphia playwright Jame Ijames has won the 2022 Pulitzer Prize in Drama for his play Fat Ham. For Philadelphia and regional audiences wishing to see
Sofitel Philadelphia at Rittenhouse Square, part of AccorHotels, presents a month-long celebration for June as Philadelphia Gay Pride Month. The Sofitel Philadelphia will raise a
Join the community in celebration of the 50th anniversary of the first PHL Pride
Verdi’s Rigoletto is now being presented by Opera Philadelphia at Philadelphia’s Academy of Music until May 8. In short, the opera is a rousing affair, beautifully sung by young talents, a phenomenal men’s chorus, and thrillingly conducted by Corrado Rovaris. Its weakest link is its muddled, anachronistic direction.
Aldo Lamberti and family are proud to introduce and unveil the new Positano Coast in Old City, Philadelphia – known for sponsoring the LGBT Film
Trans Day of Visibility: A Film By Daisy James and William Way LGBT Community Center, 2022
The gang from Out Night Out held their monthly fundraiser at the new W Hotel. They raised $1,075 for DVLF. Photos by Mikey Rios.
The Dover String Quartet appeared at Richardson Auditorium, Alexander Hall, at Princeton University on Thursday, April 7, 2022. Their program featured Haydn’s String Quartet in