Whether you’ve filled up at the table, or endured a family herding, it’s time to get out for some live entertainment that doesn’t involve pretending to care which football team wins, or playing the guessing game when your inquisitive elderly aunt asks whether you’re a “pushy bottom.” Get out, go do stuff and burn off that stuffing.
Surely you’ll enjoy this week’s array of entertainments, including Thomas Dolby, Dengue Fever, and a few local celebutantes’ birthday parties. Yes, you can invite me, but don’t call me Shirley.
Don’t be surprised by a lot more Stetson-wearing folks in town this weekend. The annual Sundance Stompede corrals hundreds of LGBT Country-Western two-stepping and line-dancing fans.
Come Veterans Day weekend, San Francisco will feel like it’s become a whole lot smaller as Bear Pride 2013 takes over. It’s Gay Pride but for the Bear community.
At times sincere and at other times witty and casual, San Francisco drag diva Moni Stat balances the elegance of upscale drag with a sense of humor and self-deprecation. “First and foremost, I am a stupid clown. At the end of the day, the makeup and jewelry come off.”
Greetings, boils and ghouls. It’s time for the scariest time of the year! Bay Area Halloween events range from sexy nightclub costume contests to kid-friendly daytime parties.
After enduring months of extensive renovations, and no small volley of rumors and speculation, Beaux, the stylish Castro gay nightclub, has opened, and it’s kinda fabulous.
You can’t ask for two more talented hosts for a musical theatre trivia night than Joe Wicht (aka Mrs. Trauma Flintstone) and J. Conrad Frank (aka exiled Russian royal Katya Smirnoff-Skyy). The two multi-talents are giving Wednesday nights a new level of curtain-raising fun with Broadway Bingo at Feinstein’s at the Nikko.