Issue:  Vol. 45 / No. 26 / 25 June 2015

Steve Grand: Musical
man crush headlines SF Pride

Since his single and video "All-American Boy" broke through to become a viral hit, has become one of the newest and hottest independent out gay musicians. While his sexy modeling may have helped increase his popularity, the sincerity of his music's themes, and his affable performing style, have helped him continue to gain fans who know he's more than a handsome hunk. (read more)

Fond Memories of Uranus:
DJ Lewis and Michael Blue's legendary club

In the late 1980s and early '90s, a series of clubs in San Francisco were unlike any others that I had ever seen. Run by DJs Michael Blue and Lewis Walden, they were anarchic, fun, crazy mixed gender clubs that caused controversy during their existence and mixed high and low culture. (read more)

Piecing Pride Together

Pride, viewed as a puzzle, lets all of our varied communities come together. To read our collection of articles highlighting the diversity of Pride in 2015, click... (read more)

On the Tab,
June 25-July 2, 2015

The big rainbow elephant, Sunday June 28's Pride Parade...are surrounded by an entire circus of LGBTQIetc events, so gird your loins and step right up. (read more)

Hello, Gorgeous

Who started that false rumor that Barbra hardly ever tours? Simply Streisand , a wonderful funny and respectful send-up of Barbra Streisand in concert is on the road most of the year. (read more)

Leather - Leather Pride

The LGBT Pride season is upon us. Parades, celebrations and festivities are taking place all over the world, including those celebrating Leather Pride. (read more)

Viktor Belmont:
San Francisco's
(Rent) Boy Next Door

The transgendered community. What can I say? They're kicking ass and taking names, and they're not accepting prisoners. (read more)

Karrnal Knowledge - Bulging bests

It's traditional for me to anoint the Bay Area Reporter 's Pride week edition with a tie-in between porn and pride. (read more)

Shooting Stars - Frameline Opening Party

Cinema fans got to enjoy the opening night screenings at the Castro Theatre for Frameline's 39th annual International LGBTQ Film Festival. (read more)

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