Thursday, September 15, 2022

Kembra Pfahler headlining fundraiser Sunday for the LGBTQ History Project

The LGBTQ History Project, a nonprofit dedicated to preserving the lives and legacies of LGBTQ activists and pioneers, is hosting its first fundraiser ... happening Sunday (4-8 p.m.) at Nowhere Bar, 322 E. 14th St. between First Avenue and Second Avenue.

Here are details via the EVG inbox
Since 2019, The LGBTQ History Project has documented the stories of countless people who were crucial to the advancement of civil rights. 

We will have a mega-LGBTQ-history-archive raffle, which includes original poster prints by Harvey Milk photographer Dan Nicoletta, a Cockette postcard series, and limited edition reissues of Vanguard magazine. 

As if that is not enough, Kembra Pfahler (The Voluptuous Horror of Karen Black) will be performing, and we will be spinning the debut of Man Parish's new Klaus Nomi album, Dear Klaus Nomi, which includes completely new versions of Klaus' hits featuring his original vocals. (Read about this here.)
You can buy a ticket for the event here. Proof of COVID vaccination will be required for entry, per organizers. 

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