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The band's unique musical calling card is what would commonly be termed "mash-ups" of pop music. With Paradox they're more like intricate weavings that merge and divide strands of multiple melodies into fresh, sometimes surprising patterns.
It's time to catch you up on some of the cultural events your gay uncle Out There has been sampling this month. We've been running behind at keeping you abreast of our civil activities. Let's fill you in.
Farewells and returns this week; a fab dragster moves on, a sing-along show tune night returns, and monthly favorites fill SoMa saloons.
Few performers can match the longevity of Rita Moreno, who's coming back to perform at the Nikko.
Visual acuity and verbal eloquence are abilities that rarely inhabit the same person in equal measure; photographer Larry Sultan is one of the exceptions to the rule.
It is rare that black gay male culture is expressed without filters or censors, and is allowed to be real. The music sensation known as Big Freedia is an entity who comes along ever so rarely.
"PrEP Project" premieres May 16. Part of the goal is to spread the word about PrEP, a once-a-day pill that studies show is over 99 percent effective in preventing HIV. It also sets out to break down stigmas about sex and HIV.
Longtime California Senator Dianne Feinstein addressed the dangers presented by leaders of North Korea and Syria, as well as President Donald Trump Monday at a rowdy town hall in the city.
Reading the book, due out April 25, it's hard not to imagine Osbourne's distinct British accent, signature potty mouth, and chic lavender, punk hair style as her voice shines through the pages of the light, hilarious, and at times, devastatingly sad book.
On Monday night, in a benefit performance for the Richmond/Ermet Aid Foundation, Eddie Sarfaty will be back with a full hour at Oasis.