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Out in the Bay: USAF veteran Lauren Hough: 'Leaving Isn't The Hardest Thing'

Out in the Bay: USAF veteran Lauren Hough: 'Leaving Isn't The Hardest Thing'

  • by Eric Jansen
  • Nov 10, 2022

In a queer nod to Veterans Day, Out in the Bay Queer Radio + Podcast this week presents a re-airing of an interview with writer Lauren Hough.

Out in the Bay: Black queer women get 'Mighty Real'

Out in the Bay: Black queer women get 'Mighty Real'

  • by Christopher J. Beale
  • Oct 20, 2022

This week's Out in the Bay queer radio + podcast looks at a queer sketch variety show.

Out in the Bay: 'Bad Hombres' skewers stereotypes

Out in the Bay: 'Bad Hombres' skewers stereotypes

  • by Eric Jansen
  • Oct 13, 2022

In "Bad Hombres," playing at San Francisco's Theatre Rhinoceros through October 30, actor Rudy Guerrero plays seven characters that comically ("absurdly," said the solo show's director) skewer stereotypes of queer Latinos.

Out in the Bay: 'PRESS PLAY' breaks mental health stigma with stories

Out in the Bay: 'PRESS PLAY' breaks mental health stigma with stories

  • by Christopher J. Beale
  • Oct 6, 2022

"My primary motivation is to remind people suffering from mental health struggles that they're not alone," said Edward Gunawan on this week's Out in the Bay Queer Radio + Podcast.

Out in the Bay: Passion for politics shines in 'Paul for Pete'

Out in the Bay: Passion for politics shines in 'Paul for Pete'

  • by Eric Jansen and Christopher J. Beale
  • Sep 29, 2022

Crucial midterm elections are little more than a month away.

Out in the Bay: 'Queer and kinky' Race Bannon on Folsom Street and fetish

Out in the Bay: 'Queer and kinky' Race Bannon on Folsom Street and fetish

  • by Christopher J. Beale
  • Sep 22, 2022

"I am both queer and kinky," said Race Bannon.

Out in the Bay: Project Open Hand: 'Meals with Love' then and now

Out in the Bay: Project Open Hand: 'Meals with Love' then and now

  • by Eric Jansen
  • Sep 8, 2022

In 1985, Ruth Brinker, a grandmother and retired food service worker at the time, started cooking and delivering nutritious meals to San Francisco gay men debilitated by HIV/AIDS.

Out in the Bay: Author Dwayne Ratleff on 'Dancing to the Lyrics'

Out in the Bay: Author Dwayne Ratleff on 'Dancing to the Lyrics'

  • by Eric Jansen
  • Aug 18, 2022

Longtime San Franciscan Dwayne Ratleff grew up Black, poor, and gay in 1960s Baltimore.

News Briefs: B.A.R.'s Besties voting is now underway

News Briefs: B.A.R.'s Besties voting is now underway

  • by Cynthia Laird
  • Aug 9, 2022

Voting is open for the Bay Area Reporter's readers' poll known as the Besties.

Out in the Bay: 'Changeling' delves deep and sings about transition

Out in the Bay: 'Changeling' delves deep and sings about transition

  • by Eric Jansen
  • Jul 14, 2022

Hear about the transgender experience firsthand with singer-songwriter Nick Lawrence, a family coach and former foster parent educator on LGBTQ topics.

Out in the Bay: In 'Spell Heaven,' peers on the pier find connection

Out in the Bay: In 'Spell Heaven,' peers on the pier find connection

  • by Eric Jansen
  • Jun 23, 2022

How do we find human connection and meaning in an increasingly isolated world? Author and poet Toni Mirosevich found peers on the Pacifica pier.

Out in the Bay: The artists making Castro Camera Queer AF

Out in the Bay: The artists making Castro Camera Queer AF

  • by Christopher J. Beale
  • Jun 2, 2022

Meet Queer Arts Featured (Queer AF), the team working to bring life, art, and community back to the historic site of Harvey Milk's Castro Camera shop.

Out in the Bay: US Supreme Court draft abortion decision leak shows threats to queer rights too

Out in the Bay: US Supreme Court draft abortion decision leak shows threats to queer rights too

  • by Eric Jansen
  • May 5, 2022

LGBTQ civil liberties may indeed be threatened by abortion cases now before the conservative-heavy U.S. Supreme Court.

Out in the Bay: Queens read celebrity autobiographies this Sunday in SF

Out in the Bay: Queens read celebrity autobiographies this Sunday in SF

  • by Christopher J. Beale
  • Mar 18, 2022

Out in the Bay — Queer Radio is back from a brief hiatus, and on this week's edition: "Literary readings with really, big, gigantic martinis!"