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2017 Philadelphia Outfest :: October 8, 2017

2017 Philadelphia Outfest :: October 8, 2017

Oct 9
Hosted by Henry David, the Gayborhood came together to celebrate National Coming Out Day. With booths from local companies, programs, and LGBT organizations, along with entertainment from area drag queens, burlesque performers, singers and many more.

OutFest 2015 :: October 11, 2015

OutFest 2015 :: October 11, 2015

Oct 14
With over 50,000 people in attendance, a fun time was had by all at the 25th Anniversary of OutFest in Philadelphia. From the performances on stage to the partying in the streets, it was an amazing event put on by Franny Price of Philly Pride Presenta.

Outfest Online Continues to Offer LGBT Free Films Through 2015

By EDGE | Jul 24
The 2015 Outfest Los Angeles LGBT Film Festival may be over, but DIRECTV's free service Outfest Online will continue to offer selections from the festival through the end of the year -- no satellite or cable subscription required.

Marina Rice Bader's 'Anatomy of a Love Seen' Premieres at Outfest

By Winnie McCroy | Jul 16
Marina Rice Bader screens her new film, "Anatomy of a Love Seen" at the 32nd Annual Outfest Los Angeles LGBT Film Festival.

Natasha Lyonne Hosts Outfest 10th Annual Legacy Awards

By Winnie McCroy | Nov 5
On November 12, Emmy Award nominee Natasha Lyonne from "Orange Is the New Black" will host Outfest's 10th Annual Legacy Awards, benefiting the Outfest UCLA Legacy Project.

Philly Gets Its Gay On at OutFest

By David Perry | Nov 5
Over 40,000 visitors attended this year’s 23rd annual Philadelphia OutFest in October, making it the largest National Coming Out Day celebration in the world.

First Ever Philly WinterPride Honors Johnny Weir

By Alexander Vuocolo | Feb 20
In an effort to keep Philly’s LGBT community connected throughout the winter months, PhillyPride organizers invite all to celebrate WinterPride on Feb. 22, where they will honor U.S. Figure Skating champion Johnny Weir.

Philadelphia Officials Unveil Historical Marker at LGBT Bookstore

By Michael K. Lavers | Oct 11
Mayor Michael Nutter helped to unveil a historical marker outside Giovanni’s Room in Center City on Sunday, Oct. 9. Named after James Baldwin’s second novel, Giovanni’s Room is the oldest continuously operating LGBT bookstore in the country.

A Marine Story puts a human face on DADT

By Jim Halterman | Dec 16
With the fate of Don’t Ask Don’t Tell being decided this month, no film is timelier than A Marine Story, the indie drama that puts a human face on the long-standing policy. EDGE spoke to Dreya Weber, who stars as discharged Marine, about the film.

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