The Stud has been a touchstone of queer culture in San Francisco for 52 years and now that the iconic bar has been given a lease extension, it looks like they’ll be keeping the party going for at least another two. The venue has survived ownership, location and financial changes
Here’s some good news to remind you that even though the world is fucked-up right now, we still have love out there. Terra and Jane are possibly the cutest San Francisco couple ever. Last year the owner of The Stud, the oldest gay performance venue in the United States, announced
Well, queerest Broke-Ass Stuart readership, by now we hope that you have fully recovered form what was likely one of the memorable Pride’s to date. Though there was no overturning of homophobic laws set against the backdrop of sweeter days, our current era of darkness has ignited flames of hope
Jeremy Novy is a brilliant gay street artist; his work, among other things, looks at queer identity. His leatherman stencil graces the exterior of the famous STUDSF bar South of Market
Burning Man is going on and you’re not going. But don’t trip! Turns out nightclubs are still having club nights, stores are open regular hours and tons of wack events are scheduled in the Bay Area from August 28 – September 5. The Broke-Ass Borg has your itinerary covered
Dear Stuart, Camp’s been great! The last rays of languid orange light dapple a fright wig bobbing in the R3‘s pool like a gentle blood clot in a sea of Hypnotiq. Ay, Stuart, the last day of camp is always bittersweet, and indeed my heart feels as heavy as
As Pride month starts picking up steam, it would seem that the city is learning a couple of things: One is that perhaps some are a little unfair when it comes to passing judgment on the merits of our bodacious sister to the south, Los Angeles, and the other is
In addition to featuring the lovely Rean Taylor as our Broke-Ass of the Week we have a double-bill of some other broke-asses just in time for Frameline 36.