Wild Life

The Wild Side West story reads more like fiction than fact, a tale that includes flying toilets, rock star goddesses, beat poets, folk musicians, strippers and a band of merry pranksters that held the whole thing together. Of course, if you were to read the story in a novel you would never believe it, which makes the whole thing even more magical.

Dinah? Sure!

The Dinah, the annual huge party in Palm Springs, is set to give women what they have come to expect, with amazing shows by emerging artists, the best female comedians, celesbians, and its signature pool parties and white party.

Hi Tops

New gay and straight-friendly bar in the Castro, with a cheery sports theme, multiple TV screens to watch games, a bright relaxed decor, and a tasty beer-friendly menu of eats.


Club 21, Bench and Bar, The White Horse, Easy Lounge and other nightclubs make East Bay more than worth a trip for San Franciscans. But East Bay folks have known that for a long time!

Gal Pals

Explore where San Francisco ladies feel most comfortable partying down with their gay male friends, or shall we say, their “hag fags.”


Sports and beer have been partners since jousting days, but it wasn’t until recent decades that people discovered that sporty women are sexy, and in their time off the field, they enjoy celebrating.

Cupidity: Valentine’s Events

If candy hearts, chocolates and bouquets of flowers aren’t your style, consider some unusual February events focusing on romance for singles, couples and, well, whatever combination shoots that arrow through your heart.

Cafe Cool

Not in the mood for crowded bars and clubs, but still want to be out late? San Francisco offers a host of cafes that are open into the wee hours of the morning and offer everything from sweet concoctions and confections to art, entertainment and even a little bit of hookah.

Judy, Judy, Connie

Connie Champagne continues to uphold the Christmas spirit as she channels legendary songstress Judy Garland in her upcoming performance, “Connie Champagne as Judy Garland” at The Rrazz Room, Dec. 20 & 21.

BARchive: Come As You Are

Maud’s opened in the “twilight of the closeted days” before women were allowed to tend bar, unless they were the owners. Maud’s opened in 1966 and was home to many queer women. Maudie’s, the bar regulars called themselves, thrived and so did the bar, until 1989.

Leather & Kink Events: September

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

Bi the Way

San Francisco offers bisexuals heading out for a night on the town many entertaining options, with a slight exception, an emerging nightlife scene by and for bisexual and non-monogamous individuals.

Go Girls

The girls are sizzling hot this summer, partying the balmy nights away from Santa Cruz and over the hill to San Jose and up the East Bay vein to Sacramento.

August Women’s Events

August is packed with fun women’s nightlife events around the Bay Area. Here’s a roundup of the best, from relaxing dinners to raucous dance events.


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