A new campaign is sprouting on Twitter / Instagram called #weareALLclean where users take shower selfies…..check it out!
Meet Chris Newcomer, he’s back in Philadelphia for a brief break of parading around the United States with the 16th tour of the Musical Chicago. He took a few minutes out of his crazy schedule to sit down with me and answer a few questions for PhillyGayCalendar.
CODE:RED was one of the largest AIDS / HIV Awareness events to hit Philly last year, and this year is going to be bigger! I sat down with the event’s creator Michael Mikel Tambon (Drag name Cherry Pop) to talk about his journey and how CODE:RED is working to make Philadelphia a better place.
Will and Anthony Nunziata have appeared several times at New York City’s 54 Below. Now, the twin brothers will sing up a storm in New Hope at the Rrazz Room on Saturday, November 29. I managed to catch up with Anthony Nunziata recently. He spoke about twin brother Will, their career, and Anthony’s solo appearance in New York City on November 28, the day before their New Hope premier appearance.
Cherry Pop and Brandon Robert present the second annual World AIDS day charity event CODE:RED on November 29th, 2014. I had a chance to talk to both Cherry Pop and Brandon Robert about the event, their insights will make your day!
As a society, weâ€™ve come to love labels; they define what is, and what isnâ€™t while creating a more black and white world. It should come as no surprise that relationships have come to possess there own book of labels.
Just a few days ago, Philly AIDS Thrift (P.A.T.) announced their excitement via Facebook â€¦ they were about to donate their one millionth dollar!
You probably assumed that the busy season for Philadelphia events was long past. I quickly realized I had committed myself to 3 different events, and of course they were spread across the city – without further adieu, this is what you missed.
Celebrated actor, writer, and wit Robert Dubac will bring two of his shows to the Bucks County Playhouse this November, ‘The Book of Moron,’ and ‘The Male Intellect: an Oxymoron?’.
We’re extremely grateful and want everyone to understand that this was a community effort. We couldn’t have done this without the support from our friends and allies.