David Elijah Nahmod
Welcome to Bay of the Living Dead, a twice a month column about the horror genre. Willard (1971) Willard was a sensation when it was first released in 1971. The low budget chiller played to packed houses for months, grossing $14,545,941, an enormous amount of money in those days. Willard was a love story, perhaps one
According to numerous news reports gay men in Chechnya are being thrown into concentrations camps where many are beaten, tortured and murdered
On Saturday night (that’s the 27th, folks, folks) drag superstars Peaches Christ and Heklina will take to the stage of the Castro Theater for an evening of wild and outrageous laughs. Only this isn’t one of Peaches’ legendary stage extravaganzas–this is an evening of old fashioned stand up comedy.
Welcome to Bay of the Living Dead, a twice a month column about the horror genre. There was no column for the past month since I was dealing with some health issues, but like the zombies from George Romero’s Night of the Living Dead, I have risen again! The Philadelphia based auteur M. Night
Publishing things like ‘the jew roundup’ and ‘Ever Meet a Real Bisexual?’ Why does Voice Media Group see nothing wrong with their behavior?
Icons like Janis Joplin and Allen Ginsberg are fondly recalled in Lavender Tinted Glasses: A Groovy Gay Look At the Summer of Love, now on display through September 27 at the GLBT History Museum on 18th Street in the Castro. Love-ins at Golden Gate Park and tie-died T shirts worn by beautiful
Gilbert Baker, an artist who in 1978 created the iconic Rainbow Flag, passed away on Friday at his home in New York City. He was 65 years old. Cause of death remains unknown at this time. An army veteran, Gilbert was stationed in San Francisco when he was honorably discharged