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Mary Timony: singer-songwriter's a 'Tiger' burning bright

Mary Timony: singer-songwriter's a 'Tiger' burning bright

On her new solo album, "Untame The Tiger," with its sly nod to Joni Mitchell, Mary Timony has brought her many years of musical experience to the fore, resulting in what is easily her most accessible release.

Spring 2024 books roundup, part 4: war stories, horror and vampires

Spring 2024 books roundup, part 4: war stories, horror and vampires

Presenting the fourth and final piece in our big Spring books roundup. Titles in this enchantingly fiction-heavy installment include works of autofiction by French author Edouard Louis and a story collection from gay Vietnam Veteran.

'Radiant' - Brad Gooch's expansive biography of artist Keith Haring

'Radiant' - Brad Gooch's expansive biography of artist Keith Haring

Visionary pop artist Keith Haring's short, meteoric, glamorous life and career is the subject of a new biography, "Radiant: The Life and Line of Keith Haring," by Brad Gooch.

'Glitter & Doom' - jukebox musical film's gay romance

'Glitter & Doom' - jukebox musical film's gay romance

"Glitter & Doom" tells the intricate tale of titular characters Glitter and Doom played by newcomers Alex Diaz and Alan Cammish, respectively, making their film debuts. The film features songs by Indigo Girls.

Going Out, March 14-22, 2024

Going Out, March 14-22, 2024

Fun and funny nightlife stuff, including St. Patrick's Day carousing on March 17, as well as serious arts events, are all included in this week's Going Out.

'Unpacking in P'town' premieres at New Conservatory Theatre Center

'Unpacking in P'town' premieres at New Conservatory Theatre Center

Watching "Unpacking in P'town," a New Conservatory Theater Center commission now having its premiere production feels a bit like screening a black-and-white movie that's been colorized.

'Dirty White Teslas Make Me Sad' at the Magic Theatre

'Dirty White Teslas Make Me Sad' at the Magic Theatre

Naima, the 29-year-old protagonist of "Dirty White Teslas Make Me Sad," now premiering in a Magic Theatre/Campo Santo co-production extended through March 24, may be depressed and directionless, but she wields a wicked analogy.

Lil Nas X's 'Long Live Montero' - documentary follows the musician's life and tour

Lil Nas X's 'Long Live Montero' - documentary follows the musician's life and tour

"Lil Nas X: Long Live Montero," details the gay singer-songwriter's first-ever headlining U.S. tour. The occasionally compelling film follows him performing on stage during his tour, but also behind-the-scenes as he adjusts to fame.

'Carol Doda Topless at the Condor' - new doc recalls the '60s trailblazing stripper

'Carol Doda Topless at the Condor' - new doc recalls the '60s trailblazing stripper

"The only way to get into show business was to show my business," says the late Carol Doda in "Carol Doda Topless at the Condor," a new feature length documentary by Marlo McKenzie and Jonathan Parker.

A new 'Parsifal' - Philippe Jordan leads a transformative recording

A new 'Parsifal' - Philippe Jordan leads a transformative recording

Sony's splendid new "Parsifal," under the leadership of out conductor Philippe Jordan, illuminates the largely interior drama in part by dropping the faux religiosity that has accrued to Wagner's final opera.

Spring books 2024 roundup, part 3 Diverse memoirs, fiction and a Liz Taylor biography

Spring books 2024 roundup, part 3 Diverse memoirs, fiction and a Liz Taylor biography

The third installment of our Spring 2024 books roundup includes novels about being queer and sex-positive within a Syrian culture, a few engrossing young adult novels, and an impressive nonfiction title about the life and film legacy of Elizabeth Taylor.

Ashley Ray's 'Ice Cream Money,' and hit podcast tell truths with laughs

Ashley Ray's 'Ice Cream Money,' and hit podcast tell truths with laughs

Ashley Ray, the "most famous bisexual solo polyamorous Black queer comedian, actor, and writer currently based in Los Angeles," continues to inform and entertain with her recently released debut comedy album "Ice Cream Money."

Rosebud Gallery opens; a new space for LGBTQ artists

Rosebud Gallery opens; a new space for LGBTQ artists

Rosebud Gallery, a community-focused creative haven created by Shannon Amitin and Cabure Bonugli, opened its doors to the community on March 7 in celebration of art, inclusivity, and the resilient spirit of San Francisco's LGBTQ+ community.

Going Out, March 7-15, 2024

Going Out, March 7-15, 2024

We're big fans of the terpsichorean arts, and not just modern dance and ballet, but gogo guys and gals as well. You'll find them all, plus theater, visual art and music, in our online listings, this week and every week in Going Out.