Janelle Monáe hits “The Road” with Gloria Steinem
Qunify, an LGBTQ-centered social community, will host a free preview of a documentary that celebrates QTPoC who are masculine of center and genderfluid women and gender nonconforming folks at William Way LGBT Community Center.
“The Little Prince” remains one of the best-selling and most-translated books in history.
Sometimes I find my interviewees randomly. A few weeks ago at the Mariposa Food Co-op, I was leaving the store and saw a small business card pinned to the bulletin board that caught my eye from an artist running a group called “Queer [as fuck] Artists Social Media.”
The season-11 stars of the Emmy-winning “RuPaul’s Drag Race” are out from behind the lens this summer.
The late, iconic gay British filmmaker Derek Jarman made distinctive films that challenged viewers as much as they provoked censors and tweaked the establishment.
Night letters are secretive missives employed by those who need to communicate an urgent message — usually a political one; often a lifesaving one.
HEY SISTER, SOUL SISTER: Iconic R&B star and powerhouse vocalist, Patti LaBelle, performs hits from her legendary career, 8 p.m. July 12 at Xcite Center, 2999 Street Road, Bensalem. For more information or tickets call 888-588-7279.
After a brief hiatus, longtime Filter Square pizzeria Mama Palma’s reopened as an upgraded version of its former glory.
Summer is here and for a handful of concerts and live appearances, summer is also queer. A stampede of artists of all stripes are competing for your concert dollars, so we took the liberty of highlighting five summer events featuring queer artists.
Any long time readers of this column know that I am a Christmas-loving atheist. Imagine my joy to find that there’s a huge holiday event happening this month.
The Woods Campground will host a special Christmas in July weekend July 19-21, and I had a chance to speak to Tom Schneider, a camp regular who took the Best Christmas Display award six times before retiring his crown.