With many kinky visitors in town, your chances of unusual actions may increase. Consult your bartender.
Popular drag artist Matthew Martin begins a three-night engagement at Oasis on July 26. Best known for his tongue-in-cheek homages to the classic leading ladies of Hollywood, Martin describes the new show as a mash-up of his greatest hits.
Bla bla, go out and have fun. Be safe! Nightlife events, folks!
After more than a year starting renovations to convert an intimate Greek Revival church into a bed & breakfast in pastoral Sharon Springs, NY, celebrated cabaret singer Veronica Klaus returns to Martuni's for two nights of song with The Tammy Hall Trio.
Blair St. Clair did not win Season 10 of RuPaul's Drag Race, but that hasn't stopped the trajectory of her rapidly rising career. Her YouTube video "Now or Never" has almost two million views; that song is a track on her album, 'Call My Life.'
With song titles like "Crackpipe," a parody of the Amy Winehouse hit "Rehab," as well as a video titled "So C*nt", Levonia Jenkins is pretty outrageous. Jenkins, a self-described YouTube sensation, brings her stage act 'Gender Fluids' to Oasis on July 12.
If last week wasn't rough for you -and I'm not talking about your Pride hangover- you've somehow been avoiding the news, or you are stuck in a safe little bubble, then I really have no idea why you're reading this column.
Our celebrations shift from the rainbow to a cautious red, white and blue. Make your own post-July 4th fireworks.
Big Fat Dick, Los Angeles nightlife producer Mario Diaz' gogo stud-focused event, returned to Oasis in SoMa on June 29.
Openly gay Leslie Jordan, beloved as queenie closet case Beverly Leslie on NBC's Will and Grace, returns to Feinstein's at The Nikko for a two-night run of raucous, autobiographical comedy.
British comic Gina Yashere, who's sold out London theatres, been a Daily Show correspondent, and had a fourth Netflix special broadcast in March, returns to our shores to perform her new comedy show at Berkeley's Freight & Salvage on July 8.
Local pros, heels and faces filled the ring with wacky athleticism when Wrestling For Charity presented SF Slam, the fourth fundraiser with MC and reigning Empress Pollo Del Mar.