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
The Ebene String Quartet appeared onstage at Richardson Auditorium, Alexander Hall, Princeton University on Thursday, March 31, 2022.
As is tradition, the team from BOS Philly has put together a Pride weekend full of the hottest parties around. Being known for such parties
A new film All the Old Knives will be featured on Amazon Prime April 8. Having seen it earlier this week at a Philadelphia screening here is my review.
Philly favorite Gunnar Montana got together with Photographer Joe McFetridge for another sexy photoshoot sporting some Nasty Pig underwear.. This time with a little water. Plus a behind-the-scenes video to see how it was all done. We’re all a little nasty underneath it all!
The Mahler Chamber Orchestra appeared Thursday evening March 24 at Princeton University’s Richardson Auditorium in Alexander Hall.
Darius McLean, the Director of WWCC’s Arcila-Adams Trans Resource Center, and filmmaker Daisy James invite you to a special virtual screening on March 31 (Trans Day of Visibility) at 6 PM of their film celebrating trans-identified folks in the Philadelphia area.
The Lantern Theater Company of Philadelphia is now presenting Robert Bolt’s celebrated drama A Man for All Seasons at Plays and Players Theatre until April 11.
The Philadelphia Ballet at the Academy of Music presented their triple bill of Balanchine classics from March 17-20. It was all too short a stay. The triple bill included Symphony in C, Divertimento No. 15, and Stars and Stripes.
The infamous drag entertainer, Brittany Lynn, turned 50, and she brought all her friends to celebrate. She was also presented with a citation from the Mayor delivered by Rob Nonemacker for her community work.