Gay Travel Today: ManAboutWorld in Yahoo Travel Story

We were included in a piece on gay travel in Yahoo Travel today. Here’s an excerpt. To read the entire piece, click here.  These days, it seems just about everybody is after that rainbow dollar. And the recent federal ruling by the Supreme Court to allow same-sex marriage in all 50 states will only furtherContinue reading “Gay Travel Today: ManAboutWorld in Yahoo Travel Story”

Sting Like A Bee: New Gay Rights Exhibit To Open At National Constitution Center, Philadelphia

The National Constitution Center in partnership with the William Way LGBT Community Center announced the opening of “Speaking Out for Equality: The Constitution, Gay Rights, and the Supreme Court“: which chronicles the gay rights movement and the ongoing debate over how much the Constitution protects gay rights on June 5. The organizers encourage visitors to hear theContinue reading “Sting Like A Bee: New Gay Rights Exhibit To Open At National Constitution Center, Philadelphia”

Nation’s First Gay Jazz Festival Takes Over Philly

For three days in late September, the nation’s first showcase of LGBT jazz composers, performers and arrangers will delight the crowds at Philadelphia’s OutBeat Jazz Festival, featuring performances, panel discussions, and master classes. More than a dozen concerts take place at venues throughout Philadelphia, and the festival concludes with an all-day jam at Union Transfer. TheContinue reading “Nation’s First Gay Jazz Festival Takes Over Philly”

Our Gay Agenda: This Museum Is So Gay

Philadelphia’s Library Company  opens a gay history exhibit today: That’s So Gay: Outing Early America, that looks at the questions of how we can know whether a person who lived in the past would be called lesbian, gay, bisexual, or transgender today. While there’s no way to definitively answer these questions, the exhibit looks at the evidence of individualsContinue reading “Our Gay Agenda: This Museum Is So Gay”

Miss Richfield’s Selfie Tour of Philadelphia Outtakes

We love the new Miss Richfield commercial for gay-friendly Philadelphia but I think we love the outtakes even more! If you want to check out what Miss Richfield 1981 is up to on her blog.  

Hotel Monaco Philadelphia: Gayot Named It One of Top 10 Hotels

I stayed at the fabulous new Hotel Monaco Philadelphia this past weekend. I only got to spend one night but with a late check out I felt as though I was able to get a good feel for the new property. Gayot named it one of the top 10 new U.S. hotels. The property is inContinue reading “Hotel Monaco Philadelphia: Gayot Named It One of Top 10 Hotels”

Which Gay Philly ‘Hood Is Gay-Tastic? Lady Gaga Tix In The Balance

Want a shot at winning Lady Gaga tickets, an overnight stay at the brand new Hotel Monaco Philadelphia – A Kimpton Hotel and more? Here’s your chance to Visit Gay Philadelphia and find out what neighborhood you would have a gay-tastic time in. Click on Visit Gay Philly’s “Which Philadelphia Neighoborhood is Gay-Tastic? contest to enter toContinue reading “Which Gay Philly ‘Hood Is Gay-Tastic? Lady Gaga Tix In The Balance”

Philadelphia Delivers A Kick In The Arts

With the much anticipated re-opening of the famous Barnes Foundation, a 93,000-square-foot, two story garden/gallery housing Dr. Albert C. Barnes’s legendary art collection, the City of Brotherly Love kicks up their cultural offering a gigantic notch. It’s getting so you can’t swing a Van Gogh (see one below from the Barnes Foundation) around the Benjamin Franklin ParkwayContinue reading “Philadelphia Delivers A Kick In The Arts”

Gay Philadelphia Just Got A Little More Social

The LGBT-friendly folks at VisitPhilly, the City of Brotherly Love’s official tourism organization, announced three new ways for lesbian and gay visitors to plan their Philly trips. Rolling out up-to-date content on Foursquare Foodspotting and Pinterest, VisitPhilly directs visitors to the best spots to find great food, drinks and gifts among other like-minded visitors andContinue reading “Gay Philadelphia Just Got A Little More Social”

The Philadelphia Flower Show Offers a Bouquet to LGBT Visitors

Travel to Philadelphia to see a flower show? I found that puzzling, till I learned more about the Philadelphia International Flower Show, the world’s largest indoor flower show. First of all it’s got staying power. It’s been around since 1829 (longer than Cher!). Second of all this year’s theme is Hawaii, a fully integrated partnershipContinue reading “The Philadelphia Flower Show Offers a Bouquet to LGBT Visitors”