Any man who traveled within the gay leather world of the late 1970s to '90s likely read or knew of Drummer magazine. The last issue of Drummer was published in 1999, until now. Drummer is back. In early October a new iteration of the magazine debuted.
Celebrants in a multitude of creative costumes celebrated Halloween early on Saturday, October 26, in and around Castro district bars.
The recently reopened Café revved up Gus Bean's monthly tea dance (third Sundays), Circuit Sundays. With airy sunny dance and hangout areas, the new and improved Café is a new/old favorite in the Castro, day or night.
Get out and fall into nightlife revelry.
Margaret Cho is a Magenta. "At least I know I have that costume somewhere, so I'll probably be Magenta." The Emmy-nominated, Grammy-nominated stand-up comic and actor will host American Conservatory Theater's fundraiser gala at The Hibernia on Nov 2.
Since we're approaching Halloween, when many kinksters meld the erotic with what they wear in unique and alternative ways, this holiday gives many of us the opportunity to delve deeper into donning a wider range of sexual fantasy representations.
The GLBT Historical Society's annual gala took to the skies at the Saleforce Tower's leafy scenic 360-degree 61st-floor event space.
Whether you dress up in classy costumes or down to drag dregs, fun of all sorts of styles awaits.
Halloween-themed happenings take place in theaters, nightclubs, parks and even at the Old Mint. Enjoy costumed and casual parties for families with kids, and those for adults-only.
The Castro Theatre will be hopping on October 26 with SexCells, featuring Marc Almond, TR/ST, Hercules & Love Affair (playing a DJ set) and other talents.
As a teenager in suburban Maryland, Joshua Grannell created a makeshift horror house, enlisting his supportive family. Decades later, as Peaches Christ, the gay horror super-fan directs the second annual Into the Dark: Terror Vault at the historic Mint.
Nibble on some pumpkin spice nightlife.