Boxers PHL, a local LGBTQ sports bar, recently closed its doors awaiting further notice due to a liquor license challenge by David Singer, who filed a petition to intervene. While many of the bar’s customers are upset that they can’t grab a drink at this staple queer spot, those who stand to lose the most from the bar’s closing are employees who weren’t given notice of the bar’s closing. The same bar that now has a For Sale sign in front of it, which is described on social media as a “last resort” for owners if the liquor license isn’t transferred in a timely manner. The transfer relies on a hearing, not yet scheduled, in front of the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board. Until a definite decision is made or the bar is sold, employees are in limbo, wondering about income that was, only a few weeks ago, stable.