He's back! In his first Nob Hill Theater performances, Dorian Ferro scorched the stage, and I predict that his return engagement will put a very erect 'T' in Torrid! He's a man of few words, and more than some persuasion. The Nob Hill Theater gives you th
Pets Are Wonderful Support's annual Petchitecture held at the Fairmont Hotel (950 Mason St.) on May 9, brought society celebrities and canine creatures to the fun benefit for the pet services nonprofit.
With equal parts heartfelt intention and musical invention, Tom Goss writes and performs songs that are unapologetically gay-themed. He'll perform The Love Cub, his new show, on May 19 in San Francisco at the Hotel Rex.
Despite being an obscure battle victory in Mexican history, for patrons of Castro bars, the May 5 holiday remains an excuse for margaritas and specialty cocktails.
Lavender Country, a gay country western band which formed during the 1970s, comes to the Bay Area on May 18 when they join trans country performer Eli Conley for Queer Country West Coast at El Rio. Paisley Fields, a gay pop country act from Brooklyn, will
Eric Hanson has created a benefit with multiple beneficiaries: Breast Cancer Emergency Fund, three outstanding performers -Brendan James, Mia Dyson and Gregory Douglass- and the audience who will get to hear these acts at The Chapel on May 20.
African American gay comedian Sampson McCormick will headline a night of uproarious queer comedy on May 11 at the Oakland LGBT Center. Diana Hong of Sacramento Punch Line is the evening's special guest.
Get a gay jump on June celebrations! I remember the first time I marched in the San Francisco Pride Parade. It was pure magic stepping off the curb and planting my foot on Market Street. The heavy weight of not being out to everyone in my life had been
On April 29 the SF Eagle, one of South of Market's most popular and iconic gay bars, will celebrate its fifth anniversary under the ownership of Lex Montiel and Mike Leon with what promises to be a huge birthday bash.
Daddy Issues, the superqueer, super-diverse roaming dance party, invaded The Stud Bar on March 31.
Widely considered to be the worst film in legendary movie star Joan Crawford's filmography, Trog returns to the stage as Trog Live at Oasis in what promises to be both a campy spoof and a reverential homage to the cult classic.
Winners, nominess, and fans of the 2018 Besties LGBTQ Best of the Bay Readers Choice Awards celebrated the Bay Area Reporter's eighth annual winners issue...