While the rest of the Northern Hemisphere is blowing sad kisses to their shorts and sundresses while mournfully closing the drawers their summer clothes live in, San Franciscans are taking off as much clothing as possible and running outside.
For as long as San Francisco has been around, it’s been a welcome port of call for sailors looking to get a little action while on shore leave, especially queer ones. So we figured what better way to celebrate Fleet Week than to throw a party for all the LGBT member
Some of you hate Fleet Week with a passion. But others of you will passionately seek out “the D” at Fleet Week SF (Oct. 3-10 in 2016), our annual celebration of loud planes, terrified housepets and attractive, buff sailors who claim to be unmarried. This article is for those of
Need to come up for air? The weekend San Francisco exploded will be coming to its sun-kissed crescendo Sunday. Every year the first weekend in October is nuts, but this year has been particularly insane with the addition of America’s Cup, ball games, etc. If you feel the need
After you spend all day Saturday saluting planes and hanging out in the marina you might just need to find a calmer way to celebrate our fair city on Sunday. The 143rd Italian Heritage Parade on Sunday October 9th should prove to be a great way to spend your fleet
This piece is actually by Francesca McCafferty Ahhh, yes. Fleet Week in Manhattan. Many girls and boys of all stripes are excited to see those sexy sailors walking around town for a week, decked out in their tight white suits and cute caps worn with an angles flair. Whether they
Loud noises! Sailors! Gay guys in hot pants! These fit right into a game I like to call “Halloween, Pride or Fleet Week?” One look out the window should tell you (as if you don’t already know, you savvy San Franciscan, you) that it’s FLEET WEEK and you know what