Issue:  Vol. 46 / No. 6 / 11 February 2016
 
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The fab Fauxnique:
Monique Jenkinson brings
'The F Word' to Oasis

Whether performing at theatres in Europe, spacious museums, or nightclubs in South of Market, Monique Jenkinson, the preeminent faux queen known as Fauxnique, has been astounding audiences with her eloquent blend of dance, theatre and drag. Jenkinson brings her new show, The F Word, to Oasis February 17 through 21.

Jenkinson explained the themes in her new show. "The F is for Fauxnique and for feminism," she said. "Over the years I've come to realize, in all of my work, none of it has been about feminism, but it is feminism." (read more)

On the Tab, Feb 11-18

Find love, lose love, celebrate love on Sunday (Valentine's Day), or don't. Buy some fancy or cheap chocolates, and burn off those delicious calories by dancing in a club, or don't. But definitely do show some love for your favorite venues and nightlife peeps. 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. (read more)

On the Town - Transitions

Who knew that the American Conservatory Theatre had an aggressive LGBT Community outreach event for 15 years? Well, we joined their most recent one last week... (read more)

Armond Rizzo

Armond Rizzo is one of the hottest men in porn; he does the work that keeps the industry fresh. The little guy with a big talent talks love, sex, and his upcoming Nob Hill Theatre shows. (read more)

Shooting Stars - Super Bowl City & Hi Tops

It was a tale of two cities, literally. While the 50th Super Bowl took place in Santa Clara on February 7, football fans enjoyed visiting Super Bowl City in downtown San Francisco. Steven Underhill captured some of it, along with Michael Sam at Hi Tops. (read more)


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