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Bon Temps

The Big Easy comes to San Francisco on Saturday, March 1. On that naughty night, Krewe de Kinque will host Bal Masque XI at Club 180 at the Arc of San Francisco. The fun and frolicking will benefit a most worthy cause: raising funds so that SF Night Ministry can establish a Castro District minister.

Honey, Honey

It seems as though Honey Mahogany is everywhere these days. The season 5 ‘RuPaul’s Drag Race’ contestant has released an album, and recently played herself on the fourth episode of HBO’s gay series ‘Looking.’ She’ll soon be appearing at the hot Market Street nightspot Martuni’s.


If you love ‘RuPaul’s Drag Race’ and miss the glory days when Michelle Visage co-hosted RuPaul’s much missed chat show on VH1, then the Regency Ballroom is where you want to be come Sunday, February 9. Visage will co-host and judge ‘Battle of the Seasons,’ a thrilling night of madness and drag mayhem.


D’Arcy Drollinger loves Blaxploitation cinema. Cheesy all black action flicks like Cleopatra Jones can make his day. Drollinger’s ‘Shit & Champagne,’ opening Friday January 17 at Rebel, is what the actor/dancer calls “whitesploitation.”

Sheena Rose: Queen of Clubs

As his drag persona Sheena Rose, Jacob Paiva has accomplished something no one else has done in San Francisco since the dance music icon Sylvester in 1986, that is place Number One on a prestigious dance music chart.

On the Town: Girls on Film

Donna covers Liam Mayclem’s BeatsSF gatherings at Sens restaurant, the Sachet-nium film screening at Beatbox, and other events.

Throne of Queens

San Francisco’s Imperial Court crowns new royalty this month while celebrating its festive history.

Pride by Night

Pride doesn’t begin and end with the Parade and street fair. Have some fun, hear some good songs, meet an Oscar winning movie star, and donate to a good cause.

Pub Grub

Queers know where to dine. So it shouldn’t come as a surprise that the “gay mecca” is also a foodie paradise that offers a cornucopia of options to diverse palettes no matter what mood or time of day.

Eating Out

Attention, hungry clubbers, bar-goers, and late-night partiers. You’ve been out dancing and drinking the night away when you suddenly realize how empty your stomach is. Worry not: whether you’re in the depths of the Castro, strolling the Mission, or hitting SOMA, there’s plenty of grub within reach of your venue.

Trannyshack’s Lady Gaga Tribute @ DNA Lounge: video

Trannyshack Lady Gaga Tribute – September 24, 2010; DNA Lounge, San Francisco. A hilarious night of drag acts included some fun dance numbers, and a special performance by Sherry Vine.

On the Tab: September Events

Text-only mobile device-ready list of September nightlife events.

Over There

East Bay cities like Oakland have something to offer everyone, no matter what they’re into or where they’re from. One of the East Bay’s most well known bars is Bench and Bar.

Rah Rah, Gaga

These are just a few of the fabulous contestants at the June 16 Booty Call Lady Gaga costume Contest held at Q Bar. Along with cute gogo boys, including a pair of Kermit the Frog guys, the event was, as usual, packed with cuties and dancing fans (photos: Jim Provenzano).
Juanita More! and her More Boys [...]


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