Piano-playing in the Park, lunar love and Apollo anniversaries, hunky strippers telling tales via Terpsichore, Broadway cabaret crooners, queenly queens; variety is the spice of nightlife this week!
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.
Cast members from the new HBO series 'Euphoria' attended a screening of an episode of the provocative new show about teenagers, sex and drugs, on July 8 at the Swedish American Hall.
This area of text, in journalism terms, is called a blandishment. But you'll find in the listings provided here each week that the local artistic scene is far from bland!
It's the hottest summer ever, so hide out in cool bars and nightclubs as the planet fries.
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.
Catch up on summer musicals, comedy nights and cool art exhibits out of the summer sun ... or fog.
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."
Even post-Pride, LGBT events thrive and flourish. Get poppin' to your favorite bars and nightclubs.
The Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence celebrated Pride in the Westfield San Francisco Center on Friday June 28 with a happy hour disco party at Bespoke.
Post-Pride, settle in for some quality entertainment that's a bit less gay, but still entertaining. For a July 4 non-flammable antidote, check out exhibits and musicals.
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.
A delicious, rainbow-licious super-queer-ificious week to you and yours.