Arts & Culture

“I love it! I live in the Gayborhood and everything I could ever want is within a five-block radius. This place, Naked Chocolate, theater, music, good food, even a Tiffany’s ... not that I would ever go there, but still. I could live here for the rest of my life and have access to everything I wanted.”

So says Alan Robarge, a new Philadelphian who’s been here a scant six weeks. His enthusiasm about the city is infectious and his ability to meet so many new friends in such a short time is impressive. I met up with Robarge at Absolute Abstract and spoke with him about his life, his work as a psychotherapist and what makes him a proud new Philadelphian.

Queer TV you can always see:

The Ellen DeGeneres Show Monday-Friday.

FRIDAY Party Down Megan Mullally (“Will & Grace”) stars in this comedy series about Hollywood caterers with dreams of making it big.

Everybody knows “Dreamgirls” is the story of Diana Ross and the Supremes, but in this post-“Behind the Music” world, it could be about so many artists.

You wouldn’t think Sam Van would have any trouble getting a date. He’s smart, fit and cute. (Heck, he’s the kind of guy I’d like if I went for that XY-chromosome type.) But after meeting guys online who were apparently turned off once they saw his picture, Van started a dating site for gay Asian men, PGN caught up with him as he was waiting for a tennis date.

THEATER Avenue Q The Tony Award-winning hit featuring people, puppets and irreverent songs runs through June 20 at Kimmel’s Academy of Music, 240 S.

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