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Queens of the City

If you said “filled with potholes” and “dirty with sequin trash from New Year’s Eve,” you’re only half right. There are dancing drag queens, singing drag queens, lip-syncing drag queens, stand-up comedy queens,…

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It’s Always Fabulous In Philadelphia

I’ll admit that when I was a kid, any vacation that involved constant history lessons instead of constant theme park frolicking was no vacation for me. I was far more interested in beach…

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Will Midtown Village leave the Gayborhood behind?

Tucked away in the quiet third-floor archives of the William Way LGBT Community Center, there’s a nearly 50-year-old leather-bound folder. The dozens of index cards inside are a window to a different past. “Cell…

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Camac Baths building makes Philadelphia Register of Historic Places

In a reversal of its decision, the Philadelphia Historical Commission voted to list a former bathhouse on the city’s Register of Historic Places. This designation also is historic for another reason: It marks the first time…

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The 50 Most Popular Gay Bars in the United States

The ingredients for the perfect gay bar are not as obvious as the ingredients for a perfect cocktail. The best bars mix ambience, a frisson of energy, and the right vibes. But there’s…

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Philadelphia, Camden to celebrate Walt Whitman’s 200th birthday

This year, you will probably be hearing a lot about Walt Whitman. May 31 will be the 200th anniversary of his birth, and a year of events and exhibitions will celebrate that fact….

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Philadelphia, a lot more than the Liberty Bell

Mention Philadelphia, and most people seem to think of two things: Philly steaks and history. Regarding the latter, there are so many well-known places and items, including the Liberty Bell, Independence Hall and…

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Philadelphia unveils “Edie Windsor Way” sign to honor gay rights campaigner

Philadelphia has unveiled a street sign honoring gay rights campaigner Edie Windsor, who died last year aged 88. Windsor, who was born in Philadelphia, was the lead plaintiff in the landmark 2013 Supreme Court decision United…

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Why Philly is Fabulous in the Fall for Our Community

Philadelphia happens to be one of those places that is great to visit all year round. There’s always something super exciting going on in the City of Brotherly Love, especially when it comes to…

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Feeling the Love for Philadelphia

In 1681, William Penn came to the Americas and founded what we now know as Pennsylvania. As a Quaker he had experienced plenty of religious persecution back home in England. Which is why,…

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