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Media:

GPhilly
http://www.phillymag.com/g-philly/

Philadelphia Magazine’s guide to gay events and activities in Philadelphia and the suburbs.

Philadelphia Gay News
Phone: 215-625-8501
Fax: 215-925-6437
505 S. Fourth St.
Philadelphia, PA  19147
http://www.epgn.com/

Philadelphia Gay News (PGN) is a lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender newspaper in the Philadelphia area. PGN is a member of the National Gay Newspaper Guild. The area’s largest and oldest publication targeted to the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community. We strive to make the LGBT community more informed about resources in the community and to educate the non-gay community on who we are.

Q'Zine - WXPN 88.5FM
Phone: 215-573-WXPN
3025 Walnut Street
Philadelphia, PA  19104
qzine@xpn.org
http://xpn.org/xpn-programs/qzine

Hosted by Robert Drake, Q'zine celebrates queer arts and culture with a mix of interviews, commentary and music from out artists worldwide. Q'zine originally aired in 1974 as Sunshine Gaydreams, and has been a voice for the LGBT community for 30 years. Tune in to Q'zine, Sunday nights at 11:30pm ET on WXPN 88.5 FM in Philadelphia, or listen online.

 

Arts:

Art Gallery at the William Way Community Center
Phone: 215-732-2220
1315 Spruce St.
Philadelphia, PA  19107
http://www.waygay.org/index.php/v2/program/art_gallery

Regular exhibitions in William Way's lobby showcase the work of local LGBT artists and historical and cultural retrospectives. The Art Gallery's exhibits change bi-monthly and the Center hosts opening receptions to introduce the artist and her/his work to the public. All art work in the gallery is available for sale and sneak-preview receptions are occasionally offered for interested collectors.

Leeway Foundation
Phone: 215-545-4078
info@leeway.org
http://www.leeway.org

The Leeway Foundation supports women and trans artists and cultural producers working in communities at the intersection of art, culture, and social change. Through grant-making and other programs they promote artistic expression that amplifies the voices of those on the margins, promotes sustainable and healthy communities, and works in the service of movements for economic and social justice.

Philadelphia Voices of Pride
1315 Spruce St.
Philadelphia, PA  19107
info@pvop.org
http://www.pvop.org/

Philadelphia's first mixed voice LGBT chorus. The Philadelphia Voices of Pride is a self affirming Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender (LGBT) vocal ensemble devoted to enhancing the musical, educational and cultural life in the Philadelphia area. We consider ourselves as ambassadors, promoting a positive image of the LGBT community by donating our time, talents and financial resources to benefit LGBT, HIV and Women's organizations.

Philadelphia Gay Men's Chorus 
P.O. Box 30185  Philadelphia, PA, 19103
215.731.9230
info@pgmc.org
http://www.pgmc.org 

The Philadelphia Gay Men's Chorus entertains audiences, supports communities, and fosters acceptance through exceptional musical performance. Our repertoire includes a broad range of styles, including art music from the 17th century to the present, spirituals, sacred music, holiday tunes, love ballads, comic pieces, pop and rock songs, Broadway and Hollywood, opera choruses, folk songs from around the world, the latest LGBT empowerment music and other newly commissioned LGBT works. We perform varied programs to entertain and educate everyone we touch, creating and preserving a legacy of male choral music and helping our members to improve their musical skills.

Mauckingbird Theatre Company
Phone: 215-923-8909
209 North 4th Street, E5
Philadelphia, PA 19106
lindsay@mauckingbird.org
http://www.mauckingbird.org/

Mauckingbirg Theatre Company produces innovative, affordable, gay-themed theatre. 

Queer Writers Collective at the William Way Community Center
Phone: 215-732-2220
1315 Spruce St.
Philadelphia, PA  19107
http://www.waygay.org/index.php/v2/program/queer_writers_collective

Fourth Saturday of the Month @ 4 pm. For writers of all skill levels and styles. Join this free group for a monthly workshop and discussion to develop your unique queer voice via the written word. Free.