Tuesday, April 4, 2017

SEEN AROUND TOWN

It seems lately, I have been out and about all over the place. And one wonders where in the heck time goes. It's been a fun few weekends that's for sure. Here is a brilliant snap we got of Philly on the way into town this weekend.

The hilarity of Miss Richfield 1981's show  2020 Vision in Philly with friend Noel.

One thing Philly does well is capitalize on building sides for walking art scenes. Love this new addition to the hood.

 Gay pride reigns....and it's not even gay pride month yet!!!

Can one have to many snaps of my favorite building in town...City Hall?

The Independent Hotel, where we all descended upon for our host hotel.

A Sunday without drag queens is like a ....well, it's just not fun!  We ran into these three for a entertaining drag brunch at Cibo's
Sutton Fierce, Allison Wonderland and Bev!

I love Bev's style and that hair!!! Reminds me of my hair. Wait...was that my hair???
Found a cute new shop to show some patronage...Open House.  Loved these fun pigs!
Fun d├ęcor of Philly points. The street signs would be cool to feature on a wall I do believe.
Cock alert!!!!!
Vintage novelties and pussy pillows for cat lovers.
Huh, yeah, looks just as bad as the real thing doesn't it?
There's anyways time for a cock-a-tail or 8.....At the Globar....
Where the boys are......Globar.......
At the luxe Rosewood.......
And yet at another joint, Tabu, this bitch was spotted sipping my G&T!!! She looked vaguely like Ms.Moorecock.
 Saw these in another shop window and wondered if Anne Marie had these for her desk on a daily rotation.

Meanwhile over in New Hope in our fair hamlet , I caught the ever hawt Broadway Baby Nick Adams with the Skivvies at the Bucks County Playhouse for their show. Does Nick ever have to wear clothing? I think not.
And a calming view from our hotel window at the weekend's end.

28 comments:

  1. We too caught Miss Richfield on her second night...she was funny as hell. And so loving the new Globar. You sure do get around honey!

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  2. I refuse to even ask where in hell and why there was a doll present.

    And I could use use some of those name plates. What a hoot!

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  3. I do believe that doll is slipping you a mickey!?!

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    1. I have the feeling the Mistress is used to slipped mickey's

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  4. Philadelphia...one of my favorite cities to visit. No other city mixes arts, culture and history better. I must,visit that shop next visit. I spied a few must haves in there.

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  5. Beautiful......and this post has made me miss Philadelphia. I had lived there for four years...the best city I ever lived in. So much to see and do, absolutely no shortage of lounges, bars, clubs and restaurants, and still has a very strong retail presence for a downtown city. So many resources at your finger tips. I really enjoyed your pictures and laughed at a few. And who can pass up seeing Nick Adams...a hot boy with a great voice.

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  6. Great pictures as always. I will have to check out on a visit sometime, the drag brunch,, they look great, even thought Bev's wig DOES look rather familiar.

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  7. Mistress...what a lovely chronicle of your times out. When were in Philly, I am always amazed at the beauty of the wall murals. The one you features in very stunning....with the birds. AND THE BARBIE..........

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  8. no I don't, but I want some of those NOW! FUCK YEAH!

    and that barbie doll is begging for it doggie style; she must be a bottom!

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  9. Fun post! Glad you included Miss Richfield 1981. H eis a riot. Those names plates are a trip. Gice me the one that says Suck off and give me a hour with Nick Adams.........yummy!

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  10. All beautiful...but those trump socks creep me out. Very realistic. I need to get to Philly....and soon. Would love to see the drag brunch for the sisters.

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  11. Thanks for the pictures of your charming city, Mistress. How do drag queen react if you slap their butts?

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  12. That looked like so much fun, and the Life Is Short Buy The Shoes sign has my name on it.

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  13. What a life! You and New Hope give me new hope! I can't believe all I ever knew about New Hope before was that my mother liked to shop there.

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  14. Philadelphia and the surrounding area should pay you for all the spits and publicly!!!! I always love these posts. I wouldn't want to be a straving artists in any other city.

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  15. I need to come visit, recharge my soul.

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  16. Another great travel tour! Glad a good time had by all.
    xoxoxox

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  17. Mistress, I can't even get pass the pictures of Nick. He is too much.

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  18. You certainly live a FABULOUS life!

    Love the one little sign: Suck Less ...unless you're good at it!

    Hugs!!

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    1. And I didn't invent that one surprisingly

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  19. I envy your life. Fantastic pictures.

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  20. Boy, all reason I love Philadelphia.

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  21. Wonderful scenes around town. I love that you seem to have such a diverse amount of things to see and do there. City Hall is a pretty spectacular building, I remember it well. I could also spend hours in shops like the little one you were in.

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  22. Love that stunning first skyline picture! I always enjoyed the nightlife around there...it was always a nice looking friendly crowd with balls to the wall.

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  23. A whirlwind of excitement. Don't forget to find time to rest a little. Heck, with that, you're young live it up!

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Go ahead darling, tell me something fabulous!

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