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Podcast tells Mattachine story

By Seth Hemmelgarn | Monday Jan 15, 2018
A podcast devoted to the founding and evolution of the Mattachine Society, one of the earliest homophile organizations in the United States, recently debuted.

New Year at Bay Area Art Galleries

By Sura Wood | Sunday Jan 14, 2018
March comes in like a lion, so the saying goes, but the same could be said of January, judging from the crop of new exhibitions roaring out of the gate in this brand-New Year.

2018 begins on Bay Area stages

By Richard Dodds | Sunday Jan 14, 2018
With a new year aborned, and the theatrical lull of the holidays and attendant distractions behind us, it's time to take stock of how 2018 will begin to unfurl on our stages.

SF Mayoral Race Takes Shape

By Matthew S. Bajko | Sunday Jan 14, 2018
San Francisco voters come June could elect the city's first gay mayor, maintain the first black female mayor, or could instead send the first Asian-American woman to Room 200 at City Hall.

Popssical Performers :: String Quartet Well-Strung Returns to Feinstein's at the Nikko

By David Elijah-Nahmod | Sunday Jan 14, 2018
Well-Strung has graced concert stages around the world. When they appear at Feinstein's, the guys will be performing pop/classical mash-ups.

Out There :: Dozen Upcoming Delights

By Roberto Friedman | Saturday Jan 13, 2018
Here in the arts pages, our last few issues have explored the past year's offerings and the year to come in Bay Area culture. We pile it on with 12 more arts events coming soon to a Bay Area venue near you.

SF Supe Sheehy Looks Back on 1st Year

By Matthew S. Bajko | Saturday Jan 13, 2018
Saturday morning longtime medical marijuana advocate Jeff Sheehy was up early to mark the start of recreational sales of the drug in San Francisco.

Political Notebook: GOP CA Lawmakers Fall Short on LGBT Scorecard

By Matthew S. Bajko | Saturday Jan 13, 2018
Two Republicans in the state Legislature fell short of getting perfect scores on Equality California's annual scorecard.

Marga Gomez Polishes Her Act

By Sari Staver | Thursday Jan 11, 2018
Fans of Marga Gomez, you have just 12 opportunities to see the Puerto Rican/Cuban American lesbian performer's final solo show, "Latin Standards," which premieres at the Brava Theater Center on January 11.

Jessie Colter :: From Cosplay to Kink, This Porn Stud's Diverse

By Cornelius Washington | Thursday Jan 11, 2018
Jessie Colter is the perfect combination of brains, beauty and brawn. As one of today's premiere erotic performers, the Nob Hill Theatre has finally gotten the man who truly represents what a 21st-century San Francisco stud is all about.

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