A small crowd of around a dozen people gathered at the GLBT History Museum in the Castro recently for Hollywood’s Bisexual Closet: Marilyn Monroe and More, a talk given by openly gay Hollywood historian and author Boze Hadleigh. Hadleigh’s books include Conversations With My Elders and Hollywood Lesbians. Many
By V. Alexandra de F. Szoenyi The first African-American to pen a best-selling nonfiction book. The first African-American and first female to read a poem at a Presidential Inauguration. The first African-American female director. It seems that Dr. Maya Angelou was destined for a life of trailblazing firsts. Perhaps the initial, yet
San Francisco’s premier food, wine, beer, and spirits festival. Eat Drink SF (fka SF Chefs) returns for its ninth year to celebrate the Bay Area’s world-class culinary community. Each Grand Tasting features delicious bites from more than 30 different top restaurants (160 restaurants are featured throughout the entire festival weekend!) and
Weird & Wonderful is back and this time it’s hella outdoorsy. Who doesn’t want to hear about rappelling down skyscrapers and upcycling old skateboards?
Let me start off by saying that, if it were up to me, there would be zero press about these rallies and zero protesters would show up. That way it would be a sad group of 200 people chanting “Make America Great Again” at each other and then going home
This originally appeared ing my Weeknighter column for 7×7. There’s an incredible song that Johnny Cash recorded on the first of his American Recordings albums called “The Beast in Me.” The first stanza goes: The beast in me Is caged by frail and fragile bars Restless by day And by
San Francisco uber-capitalist Warren Hellman – a private equity titan who had been the youngest partner ever at Wall Street powerhouse Lehman Brothers – told me in 2007 that the central struggle of our times was this: “Capitalism won, and now we need to save the world from capitalism.”