You don’t have to be Irish to enjoy a few drinks this weekend, but whether you’re a teetotaler or a total tramp, keep it down if someone’s singing or speaking; not that some performers don’t like a rowdy crowd, and plenty of wild times are available.
On March 13, Keshet, an advocacy and networking group for LGBT Jews, will host Gender Schmear, a wildly fun party in celebration of Purim, an annual Jewish festival.
Authentic, unique sounds are the attraction this week, along with performers’ sartorial savvy. This week, dress up, iron your shirt, skirt or skort, get out and stay classy.
The Academy of Friends gala is definitely a party thrown for a good cause with proceeds going to HIV and AIDS services. But if it’s out of your price range, we’ve got you covered with some other Oscar celebration ideas.
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.
The Bear Chest Calendar semifinal fifth competition at The Powerhouse last Thursday, February 20 brought out fans and contestants of the decades-strong hunky fundraisers for the AIDS Emergency Fund.
Going out and having fun; taking risks, be they at shows where things are on fire, or exhibits with live fanged animals; yes, they will take place this week.
Is it possible to enjoy a musician’s talent without ever seeing how cute she or he is? Whether they’re gay (Aiden James, Eric Himan) or straight (Jon McLaughlin), we wonder if they shouldn’t also market cuddle toys in their likeness. But really, even if these musicians weren’t so adorable, we’d still be their gleeful shills; really.