Issue:  Vol. 46 / No. 17 / 28 April 2016

Prince: The music icon remembered

Like all great stars, Prince Rogers Nelson, the artist forever to be known as Prince, who died April 21 at the age of 57, was physically short (he stood five-feet-two) but large where it counted: in talent and in effect. (read more)

BARchive - Art Lick Gallery: Sustenance from the little gallery that celebrated art, life and sex

On the corner of 19th Street and Castro the mural of a laughing gorilla is evidence of another time in the city, when mortality, art and politics collided in atmosphere that was at times serious and other times hilarious. The "Laughing Gorilla" was painted by David Seibold, who with Luiz da Rosa was one of the owners of Art Lick Gallery at 4147 19th Street. (read more)

On the Tab,
April 28-May 5, 2016

May we have fun? Oh yes, we may. (read more)

Leather - Leather women rock San Jose

Women who are into leather, kink and the edgier styles of sexuality only have a handful of large events that are exclusively dedicated... (read more)

Shooting Stars - SFIFF 59 @ Castro Theatre

The stars shone and film fans enjoyed opening night screening and celebrations for the 59th annual... (read more)

Bare Chest 2017

On April 24 at DNA Lounge, the finalists for the 2017 Bare Chest Men Calendar took to the stage for the traditional presentations and T-shirt peel-off. (read more)

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