Bay Area fans will get a chance to hear Alex Newell (Glee’s “Unique”) sing at this year’s Pride Night at Great America in Santa Clara, Friday, May 24.
Shaping Sound, the dance company featuring Emmy-nominated co-creators, the out, gay (and cute!) Travis Wall and Nick Lazzarini, perform on their first national tour in a splashy contemporary dance concert.
With a lobby bar and special cocktail nights before and after the shows, A.C.T.’s presentation of the National Theatre of Scotland’s ‘Black Watch’ is guaranteed to be a great date night for gay theatre fans. The handsome cast of men in uniforms, along with an array of sexy Scottish brogues, certainly help.
Feisty yet content with her life, Sandra Bernhard is back, with a new music and comedy stage show. She’ll premiere it to Bay Area audiences at Bimbo’s 365 Club May 16 & 17.
The Pilsner Inn has been called a Castro gay bar. But from its inception, The Pilsner has been considered by many patrons as an easy-going neighborhood tavern known for its wide selection of beer.
Before you plan a visit to Los Angeles, according to promoter Cody Bayne, you must ask yourself: “Are you an East Side or a West Side kind of gay?”
Sometimes, your parents are right. And in the service industry, “the customer is always right.” Here’s a recap of the preferred nightlife selections from the April 2013 Best of the Gays readers poll, published in the ‘Bay Area Reporter’ (our parent publication).
San Francisco’s Tenderloin is roughly bounded by Market, Mason, Geary, and Van Ness. It has a rap sheet dating back to the Gold Rush. By the Roaring 1920s, it had become infamous for its nightlife, jazz clubs, and vice dens. Mocambo was one of those 1970s joints.