Long-term exhibition. Films include: The Chelsea Girls (1966); Screen Tests (1964-66); Face (1965) with Edie Sedgwick; The Velvet Underground in Boston (1967). TV series: Fashion (1979-80); Andy Warhol’s T.V. (1980-83); Andy Warhol’s Fifteen Minutes (1985-87). Also: Factory Diaries; Vivian’s Girls (1973), Phoney (1973), Fight (1975); Water (1971).
The club meets each Wednesday, 6-9pm, at Leather Central, 1226 Herron Ave, under Donny's Place. Also: Late-September, 2015. Pittsburgh Leather Pride Weekend: Mr/Ms Pittsburgh Leather Fetish Meet-n-Greet. Mr/Ms Pittsburgh Leather Fetish Contest. Mr/Ms Pittsburgh Leather Fetish Brunch. See website for more info:
Fourth Saturday of every month, 9-10pm Bar Night at Blue Moon, 5115 Butler St. Then 10pm-2am at P-Town Bar, 4740 Baum Blvd. Members and non members encouraged to attend and bring a guest. All are welcome! Second Tuesday Membership Meetings at Blue Moon Bar and 1st Wednesdays 8pm at Mineo’s Pizza (2128 Murray Ave) + Forward Lanes bowling (5844 Forward Ave) from 9pm.
May 18, 2017, 6:30pm at Alphabet City: 40 W North Ave, Pittsburgh. Documentary film details the experiences of several teenagers who were removed from their homes and sent to a behavior modification and ex-gay school in Jarabacoa, Dominican Republic. Free and open to the public. Food and cocktails available for purchase before the 7pm screening. Next: June 14th - Gun Hill Road.
June 2-11, 2017. Past year events included Splash, Pub Crawl, Saturday Pride in the Street, Sunday Pride March and Pridefest, Equality on Ellsworth, and more. See their website for these and ongoing events throughout the year.
June 2-11, 2017, annual 10-day festival organized by the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust, that includes the Pittsburgh Jazz Live International Festival, Bluegrass Day, World Music Day, film, theater and performing arts presentations, art exhibitions, and more. See the website for info on artist line-ups and stage and gallery venues.
June 3 + 4, 2017, 4pm, East Liberty Presbyterian Church Courtyard. Freedom to Speak, love, live and be powerful. Songs to encourage us to stand up for our values and the respect of ALL peoples: South African freedom songs, American civil rights protest songs and spirituals, contemporary songs for compassion and unity: Freedom is Coming, Siyahamba, People Like Us, Everything Possible....
June 14, 2017, 6:30pm at Alphabet City, 40 W North Ave. Ex-con Enrique (Esai Morales) returns home after time in prison. His wife Angela has had an affair while he was away, and his child Michael, a young trans woman in the process of transitioning and coming out, is exploring life, leaving Enrique with decisions to make regarding his family’s future. Free and open to the public.
September, 2017 at Off the Wall Theater, 25 W Main St, Carnegie. Annual six week festival of 18 original one-act plays, each from different theater companies, grouped into four programs. See list of events at their website:
September 16-17, 2017, route 711, Stahlstown, PA. Demonstrations of the process of making linen from the flax plant. The festival site also offers homemade food, crafts, antique farm equipment, live music, a civil war encampment, a covered wagon train encampment and a staged Indian raid.
October 5-14, 2017 (TBC), the 32nd anniversary, ten days of annual screenings of LGBT cinema, this past year at the Harris Theater, 809 Liberty Ave, Pittsburgh. See their website for film titles, venue confirmation, and year-round screenings schedule.
April 12-15, 2018 in Erie PA. The Best Little Run for Fun - annual events for Bears/Cubs, Daddy/Son, Otters/Wolfs, Chubs, Chasers and Friends! The theme this year: Bears in Space. See details online: