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Going Out, Homing's In, July 1-8, 2022

Going Out, Homing's In, July 1-8, 2022

Keep on going out, or staying in, but either way, outstanding theater, music, films and podcasts deserve your attention.

The persistence of Pansy Division: Jon Ginoli on the queer band's longevity

The persistence of Pansy Division: Jon Ginoli on the queer band's longevity

With seven studio albums under its belt as well as a handful of singles and compilations, Pansy Division springs eternal. The band is playing some upcoming live shows, including the Mosswood Meltdown on July 2.

Q-Music: Box of ABBA

Q-Music: Box of ABBA

Even though ABBA has been celebrated via numerous compilations, the 10-disc "ABBA: Album Box Set" is the first of its kind domestic product. Get spinning, dancing queens.

SF gay sex club Eros races to reopen in new location

SF gay sex club Eros races to reopen in new location

San Francisco's last remaining gay sex club is racing to reopen its doors in time for Pride weekend.

Puttin' a polish on leather alley

Puttin' a polish on leather alley

People stopped by Ringold Alley in San Francisco's South of Market district Saturday, June 18, to celebrate the revival of the leather space.

Out in the World: Cameroonian 'Drag Race' star hopes film inspires

Out in the World: Cameroonian 'Drag Race' star hopes film inspires

  • DRAG
  • by Heather Cassell
  • Jun 22, 2022

Cameroon-born performance artist and "RuPaul's Drag Race" Season #1 winner BeBe Zahara Benet believes in the power of drag.

City revokes Pink Saturday permit for Castro dance party

City revokes Pink Saturday permit for Castro dance party

It appears that a permitting snafu has sunk the Pink Saturday fashion show and dance party planned for the Castro June 25.

Mary Gauthier: singer-songwriter on her new music and life

Mary Gauthier: singer-songwriter on her new music and life

Mary Gautheir's "Dark Enough to See the Stars" has its share of poignant moments, and will astonish you in unexpected ways. The new album features honest and beautiful love songs, inspired by her relationship with musician Jaimee Harris.

Q-Music: Country 'tis of thee

Q-Music: Country 'tis of thee

Enjoy new country songs and creative covers by Eliza Gilkyson, James McMurtry, The Whitmore Sisters, The Staves, Hayes Carll and Bria.

Going Out, Homing's in, June 17-26, 2022

Going Out, Homing's in, June 17-26, 2022

In arts, nightlife and community events, Pride Month continues. We bring you Going Out, Homing's In's rainbow-licious array of events through next weekend, because we can.

LGBTQ Agenda: Polyamory group asks Facebook for more relationship status choices

LGBTQ Agenda: Polyamory group asks Facebook for more relationship status choices

The Organization for Polyamory and Ethical Non-monogamy has sent a letter to Meta asking for more relationship status choices on Facebook that would include polyamorous people.

Sandra Bernhard plays Feinstein's for Pride

Sandra Bernhard plays Feinstein's for Pride

Sandra Bernhard, the queer actress-singer-raconteuse, will appear at Feinstein's at the Nikko next Thursday through Saturday with a new concert of songs and whip-smart comedy.

Chloe Sherman's 'Renegades' - photo exhibit documents SF's '90s lesbian scene

Chloe Sherman's 'Renegades' - photo exhibit documents SF's '90s lesbian scene

Queer fine art photographer Chloe Sherman's new exhibit "Renegade San Francisco: the 1990s," opening June 17 at Schlomer Haus Gallery, dives into the pats heyday of the local women's nightlife and social scenes.

Q-Music: The sounds of Pride, part 2

Q-Music: The sounds of Pride, part 2

Sample more sounds of the rainbow with our second Pride series on LGBT musicians: Jon Fuller, Diane Coffee, Sean Della Croce, Carlie Hanson and Kid Moxie.