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Race is on for SF District 8 Supervisor Seat

By Matthew S. Bajko | Saturday Jun 24, 2017
The outcome will not only decide who will represent the gay Castro district and adjacent neighborhoods in the heart of the city, but could also be key if moderates are to maintain or grow their one-seat board majority at City Hall.

Leather Events, June 23 - July 7, 2017

Friday Jun 23, 2017
There's always a lot going on in the San Francisco Bay Area for leather and other kinksters.

Frameline Grand Finales!

By by David Lamble | Thursday Jun 22, 2017
It's astonishing what the Frameline 41 programmers have packed into the San Francisco International LGBTQ Film Festival's final four days, June 22-25.

Coming Together in LGBTQ Pride!

By Sura Wood | Thursday Jun 22, 2017
"Celebrate Community!," an amorphous though undeniably well-intentioned LGBTQ Pride show that opened last weekend at the Harvey Milk Photo Center, aims to embrace humanity in its many permutations.

Janis Joplin Sings the Blues

By Richard Dodds | Thursday Jun 22, 2017
It's probably not a destination in need of revisiting, but without it the journey feels incomplete.

Summer sizzles on Bay Area stages

By by Richard Dodds | Thursday Jun 22, 2017
Maybe you have friends in town for Pride. Or maybe the rainbow spirit is spurring your own entertainment urges.

Our LGBTQ Pride cup runneth over

By by Roberto Friedman | Thursday Jun 22, 2017
Out There goes to a lot of opening nights, but the opening festivities for Frameline 41, the San Francisco LGBTQ Film Festival, are always special.

On the Tab :: June 22 - 29

Thursday Jun 22, 2017
Our full-on Pride gets ramped up and rolled out this week. It's rainbowlicious and full-on festive. Get out, be proud, be loud.


By Richard Dodds | Sunday Jun 18, 2017
In JC Lee's intriguing "warplay," having a stylish world premiere at New Conservatory Theatre Center, which commissioned it, characters derived from Achilles and Patroclus in Homer's "The Iliad" are brought into the modern world.

Return of the Don

By Philip Campbell | Sunday Jun 18, 2017
The second presentation in San Francisco Opera's summer season opened last week with Mozart's immortal masterpiece "Don Giovanni." Making his SFO debut, director Jacopo Spirei has revised Gabriele Lavia's production from 2011.

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