Crowning Achievement

San Francisco’s 49th annual Imperial Coronation, themed A Killer View: An Evening of International Mystery, Bond Style, was one for the record books: two qualified candidates for Emperor and two for Empress, the best attendance in a decade, gorgeous sets, extraordinary floral décor, dazzling entertainment, show-stopping emotional moments, and nearly $60,000 given away to other charitable organizations that night!

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.

Dragtime

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.

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.

Moni Talks

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.”

Shooting Stars, Sept. 26

Ducal Court, movie stars at the de Young, and Glamorama fun feature in this week’s album of photos by Steven Underhill.

Last Call: Marlena’s Says Goodbye

More of a celebration, and less of a wake, the last weeks of Marlena’s the historic and intimate Hayes Valley bar grew to a series of crowded boisterous celebrations. On the same weekend that the Eagle Tavern re-opened, after 22 years, on March 3, 2013, Marlena’s closed.

Throne of Queens

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

Big Top @ Club Eight: photos

The festive monthly club night went hip hop with a Nicki Minaj tribute night. Drag shows and fun included Trannyshack guru Heklina as Hicki Minaj (and DJing upstairs), host Joshua J, numbers by Mercedez Munro, Charisma Glitterati, Mahlae, Manicure Versace, Robert Jeffrey, Kallisto, and on the main floor, DJ Josh Sparber from New York.

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.

BARchive: Sweet Dreams

Sweet Lips didn’t get his name because of his gentle disposition. “If he didn’t like you, he kicked you out. If he liked you, he told you to sit down and shut up,” Jose Sarria remembered. This made him one of the most loved and hated bartenders around.

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.

Leather & Kink Events: September

Here are selected September leather and kink events, and nightclub events related to Folsom Street Fair. Enjoy!

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.


 

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