At the historic Stud bar, each month, hundreds of furries and allies gather for Frolic’s dancing, drinks and to strut custom costumes ranging from foxes, lions, and even a prehistoric bird that flapped his wings outside the bar.
San Francisco museums host a variety of special winter events where you can enjoy a little wine and cheese along with your highbrow, and sometimes lowbrow, culture. Several museums can be counted upon to enlighten your mind and spirit while you dance to some hot music and enjoy a few cocktails.
The marriage of booze and books goes back to the 1950s at Beat-era readings at North Beach bars like The Black Cat, The Cellar, and Vesuvio. That tradition is alive and well today with Litquake, Writers With Drinks, and other events.
Gay vacations don’t always require plane fare or a long journey. They can be a mere bus, bike or car ride away, as recent events show. It just takes a little bit of initiative to party off the familiar path.
by Jim Provenzano
We love a fun costume-themed party. And what better fun than dashing across town in superhero drag for an open-air party? The second annual Superhero Street Fair (July 10) was great for dancing, relaxing, posing and was also pet- and kid-friendly.
Local Hero Awards went to several active artists and nonprofits, including the [...]