After the opening night screening of 'Fiddler: A Miracle of Miracles' at the Castro Theatre, filmmakers, producers, actors and patrons enjoyed the Opening Night party at The Contemporary Jewish Museum.
Comic actor Ryan Raftery's one-man musical, 'The Rise and Fall (and Rise) of Martha Stewart' brings recipes and song parodies to Feinstein's.
GameBoi SF's monthly party, held at The Rickshaw Stop (133 Fell St.), drew fewer attendees than usual on July 6, due to the holiday weekend. But the Asian gays and pals night still brought K-pop and other genres played by DJ Larock.
LGBTQ people from all walks of life, including us kinksters, walked down Market Street at Sf Pride — joyful, proud and determined to continue to stake our claim to a happy and equal life.
He's made ice cream trucks and lace-pastel shorts sexy, he saw Beyoncé at Burger King, and now hip-hop gay hunk Cazwell returns to Oasis on Friday July 5 to simply say, "I Love You."
San Francisco Pride took over Market Street and Civic Center on June 29 and 30, with the annual parade that included politicians, protestors, and thousands more.
Opening night of the 43rd annual Frameline San Francisco International LGBTQ+ Film Festival included a screening of 'Vita and Virginia' at the Castro Theatre, followed by a party at Terra Gallery. Cinematic luminaries enjoyed drinks, food and music.
SF Pride promises a plethora of exciting live entertainment on the mainstage, Sunday June 30. From drag queens to singers, to political leaders and the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence, the line-up offers a wide variety of sights and sounds.
DJ Wayne G spun Prideful funky grooves at Brian Kent's Daytime Disco, a scenic airy rooftop party at the Virgin Hotel (250 4th St.) on June 15. Guests enjoyed the views, music and mid-Pride month fun, while some sported glamorous retro attire.
Alleged thespian Martha T. Lipton will be teaching an acting class in the Fez Room at Oasis on June 24. It will be a class like no other, because Lipton is a failed actress.
The third annual Clusterfest, presented by Comedy Central, takes over the Bill Graham Auditorium and Civic Center Plaza this Friday through Sunday. The notably diverse three-day line-up features some of the most interesting queer comedians working today.
There's a feeling of celebration around the return cello-vocal duo, husbands Branden James and James Clark., for this year's Pride. They'll play Friday and Saturday night shows at Feinstein's at the Nikko, and bring a new style to favorite songs.