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By Jim Provenzano | July 12, 2021

June has come and gone, but grooves from artists all over the rainbow continue to share queer tunes in a variety of genres, from longtime favorites to fresh newbies.

By Jim Provenzano | July 8, 2021

What are the cinematic boundaries between art and pornography? Two gay porn classics by Fred Halsted blend both in a strange mix, and will screen at Embarcadero and Shattuck cinemas July 9-15.


By Jim Provenzano | July 8, 2021

Our weekly search for the year's best item stopped still for a fascinating two-page interview with the late great Sylvester. The feature served as an advance to his now-legendary Feb. 4 One Night Only concert at The Castro Theatre.

By | July 7, 2021

In midsummer, many arts organizations are planning their post-pandemic performances, while others, including nightlife event producers, have already returned to normal, somewhat. Catch up in Going Out.


By Gregg Shapiro | July 6, 2021

Donnie's exceptional debut album 'The Colored Section' was virtually ignored after its release. Now, Motown has reissued the album in an expanded 20th-anniversary edition.

By Gregg Shapiro | July 6, 2021

Newly released on home video, 'Sublet,' Eytan Fox's latest film breaks new ground for the writer/director by featuring an American actor, John Benjamin Hickey, in the lead role. His Tel Aviv sublet introduces us to Tomer (Niv Nissim).


By Jim Provenzano | July 2, 2021

With both online and in-person screenings, Frameline's 45th annual LGBTQ International Film Festival welcomed 89,000 attendees, and shared its audience and critics' favorites.

By Jim Provenzano | July 2, 2021

After a decade as Artistic Director & Conductor, San Francisco Gay Men's Chorus announced that Dr. Tim Seelig will retire at the end of the chorus' 44th season in 2022.


By Jim Provenzano | July 1, 2021

We're not a big fan of fireworks, or nationalism, so this holiday weekend, if you're not escaping town, or hiding online, here are some entertainment and nightlife options; no stars or spangled banners required.

By Victoria A. Brownworth | June 29, 2021

Our veteran TV columnist focuses on the Britney Spears documentary, 'Motherland: Fort Salem' and its powerful women, and various celebrity comings-out.


By Brian Bromberger | June 29, 2021

'I Carry You With Me' (Te Llevo Conmigo) is a tender, frustrating, sporadically agonizing, and heartbreaking film that has wisdom to impart on a dire and bitterly divisive subject.

By David-Elijah Nahmod | June 28, 2021

In his new book, 'A Golden Retriever and His Two Dads,' author Dan Perdios, a gay man with limited hearing, remembers his late service dog Willy and their adventures together.


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