Issue:  Vol. 46 / No. 5 / 4 February 2016
 
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Cabaret - Jinkxed

Jerick Hoffer graduated Summa Cum Laude from Cornish College in Seattle. But Hoffer didn't want to be smart; he wanted to be famous. And so Jinkx Monsoon, whom he calls his "overbearing and impudent persona" was born. And while it's okay to call Jerick Hoffer a "he," you better change those pronouns when addressing Jinkx. (read more)

On the Tab - Feb. 5-11

Our sixth annual Besties Awards are open for your voting, online and in print. Vote for your favorite bars, performers and nightlife events with a print ballot or online at www.ebar.com/besties2016.

We've adjusted a few categories and added and moved a few names. But remember, unlike the Super Bowl, it's not about winning, unless you think it is. Either way, whether you're avoiding the big sporting thing or diving into the huddle, you can have fun. (read more)

Leather -
Should We March?

This past week the San Francisco Leathermen's Discussion Group (LDG) hosted a town hall discussion titled "SF Pride: Should Leather March – A Community Discussion," and it was well attended. (read more)

Karrnal Knowledge - Str8 slayers

Does a performer have to be gay to appreciate his gay sex partner? Begging the verdict toward their side are two undeniably str8 dudes; Adam Bryant and Solomon Aspen. (read more)

Shooting Stars: 5th Anniversary @ LGBT History Museum

Fans, patrons, local celebs and active members of the GLBT Historical Society attended "I Love History," the fifth anniversary of the popular Castro district Musuem, which has showcased diverse exhibits of queer lives and events from our past since it opened. (read more)

Pepperspray @ Bootie SF

It was a fond farewell for the local drag cover band Pepperspray, whose cult followers gathered January 30 at Bootie SF at the DNA Lounge. (read more)


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