Arts & Culture

A hit on the gay film festival circuit back in 2005, the short “Dare,” written by openly gay native Philadelphian David Brind and directed by straight Adam Salky, captured an intense sexual encounter between high-schoolers Ben (Adam Fleming) and Johnny (Michael Cassidy).

So exactly how does one go from composing music for film and television to traveling with Broadway productions like “Cabaret” and “42nd Street” to starring in gay porn before moving on to house flipping?

No need to ask, as Tom Judson answers all of those questions in his new one-man show, “Canned Ham,” which lands in New Hope on Dec.

Carl J. Minster 3d and David J. Facciolo are two very passionate men — passionate about their work and about each other. I spoke to the two dedicated attorneys about their practice, Minster & Facciolo LLC, and the trials (pardon the pun) and tribulations of being business and life partners.

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The musicians of AFI have already proven themselves as superior to the majority of their punk-ish brethren, with breakthrough albums like 2003’s “Sing the Sorrow” and 2006’s “Decemberunderground.

Philadelphia is a city of firsts: We established the first public school in the American colonies, erected the first brick house in America, wrote the first published treatise against slavery, held the first World’s Fair and printed the first successful women’s magazine.

Theater Angels in America BCKSEET Productions presents Tony Kushner’s Tony and Pulitzer award-winning plays about the impact of AIDS on the national culture, through Nov.

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