It’s been a fairly cold summer inside and out this year, but in the past weeks things have warmed up slightly, albeit encased in drizzle. I’m riding the 38-Geary out of the Tenderloin and away from Bus Station John’s frisky disc-y, the Tubesteak Connection where a gaggle of fuzzy men
Sf Pride 2015 was one roller coaster of a ride! History was made when the Supreme Court finally handed down its much-belated decision that marriage was a right for all and that love reigned even more supreme than itself. Yet the struggle at home was just as real as it
Rad Upcoming SF Events Tito Puente Jr. THU. 07/02 | 7:30PM @ YOSHI’S OAKLAND The comparison is inevitable. How could it be otherwise? Tito Puente Jr. carries his father with him – imprinted on his physical being and locked in his soul. It’s in his looks, his joy, his music.
For the third time, in less than a month, a simple, yet powerful, art installation has been marred by hate. Manuel Paul’s Por Vida, which was installed to great fanfare from the queer Latino community on June 13th, was defaced again late Monday, this time by arson. That it
Good morning you queer grey city of love! Pride week comes to a close today with the massive annual parade and the culmination of a memorable June, to say the least. The Supreme Court finally recognized rights that should have been in place in the first place and the city
BAS Pride 2015: DAY OF DECISION!!! Trans March, #HoldingOntoSF, Call to Aid the Galería de la Raza Mural
Nothing is as excruciatingly painful as when those you love turn their back on you. For many of us, San Francisco has done just that. The creators, the artists, the dreamers who took this city as their muse have been given notice. In the past few weeks, even our
Rad Upcoming SF Events Geographer, DJ Jamie Jams & Talk Tonight THU. 06/25 | 7:00PM @ THE CHAPEL Geographer is a San Francisc-based indie rock band that describes their music as being “”soulful music from outer space” using analog, electronic and acoustic elements to craft dense layers and unique sound textures.” ADMISSION: FREE