There's always a lot going on in the San Francisco Bay Area for leather and other kinksters, including Pride events.
"My mum really liked George Michael," says Olly Alexander, the gamin lead singer of British pop act Years & Years. "He was the first performer I was aware of as being openly gay when I was growing up."
Getting out, being out is all what June's about. Spill the LGBTea and tell your tales, or listen to others' stories. Dance, celebrate; nightlife awaits.
Midmonth, Pride celebrations continue in every color of the rainbow, classic or new and improved. Arts events weave all the colors of our lives.
Hundreds of craftspeople, designers of homewares, clothing, soaps, art, jewelry and more showcased their handmade wares at the annual West Coast Craft show, held June 9 & 10 at Fort Mason's Festival Pavilion.
When Deb Leamy blew into town on the winds of a bad breakup four years ago, she brought the seeds of a new San Francisco tradition: Broadway Bares SF. The third annual production will bring an evening of song, swivel & sweat to the DNA Lounge on June 17.
Queer cocktails, bi bumps and booze, plus str8-friendly soft drink salutations. Whatever you're (not) drinking, let your nightlife Pride pour forth.
The sixth annual festive fundraiser for LevyDance, the local dance company celebrating its 16th anniversary, featured a 'Not So Sweet Sixteen' theme, a runway full of fabulous drag queens.
Along with Stoli's release of a Harvey Milk limited edition vodka bottle (see B.A.R. last week's issue), another spirit that's worth noting is the new brand, Blue Angel Vodka.
The rainbow of LGBTQ talent spreads like PP&J-plus deliciousness all over the bread of the Bay. For more convoluted analogies, read on.
Juanita MORE! highlights June events that benefit us all, and provide a lot of fun.
Susan Egan, Laura Osnes and Courtney Reed perform in the Broadway Princess Party at Feinstein's at the Nikko.
June is bustin' out all over. So pick up after yourself and get an arts does of Vitamin Life.