Queer News

Video: Thomas Roberts at MSNBC Chats with Bevan Dufty, SF Gay Mayoral Candidate

San Francisco’s Bevan Dufty, who is openly gay and running for mayor of San Francisco talks with Thomas Roberts regarding his AD campaign video featuring his daughter Sidney. He also defends his “modern family’ against some critics of years past. He comes across confident and prepared for whatever is coming his way. You really do […]

Queer News

News: ‘World’s Heaviest Woman,’ ‘Sexual Immorality’ is an ‘Abomination’ Before God, Gay Characters On TV Saves Lives

Green Day singer kicked off plane OAKLAND, California – Green Day front man Billie Joe Armstrong says his sagging pants cost him a seat on a Southwest Airlines flight. The singer-guitarist for the San Francisco Bay area-based band sent a message to his Twitter followers on Thursday expressing his indignation at being tossed from an Oakland-to-Burbank flight […]

Health Queer News

SF CA: Art for AIDS Celebrates 15th Anniversary Supporting UCSF AIDS Health Project| September 23, 2011

Art for AIDS celebrates 15th Anniversary Supporting UCSF AIDS Health Project with “Phantom” Star and Artist, Franc D’Ambrosio on September 23, 2011. San Francisco, CA—The UCSF AIDS Health Project announced the 15th annual Art for AIDS auction will take place on Friday, September 23, 2011, 6:00–9:00 PM. More than 700 supporters are expected to converge at The Galleria in the […]

Hair Ball of Day

Whiskey Waxing Competition: Beard & Mustache Extravaganza in San Francisco’s North Beach 8/15

Accidental Bear’s Mike Enders will be one of the three judges Monday evening for the competition portion of the evening. Not to be missed.    Live Barbershop Quartet!!! At Comstock Saloon Monday August 15, 2011 7 PM Registration 8 PM Competition FACEBOOK PAGE [youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rbM2MvU04Z4&w=400&h=224] Welcome to the 2011 Whiskey Waxing Beard & Mustache Competition. […]

Hair Ball of Day

Hairy Men and Hard Alcohol: Yerba Buena Center for the Arts Whiskey Waxing Event

This week artist Walter Green takes the helm of Drawing Crowds. Jay Sacher, the column’s originator, has moved onto greener pastures back East. He will be missed! To kick things off, Drawing Crowds bravely waded into a gathering of hirsute men (and the people who love them) having their facial hair massaged into wacky shapes […]

Art

Cornucopia of New Bay Area Artworks: SF CA

Bay Area Now 6, the triennial exhibition at Yerba Buena Center for the Arts devoted to regional artists who work across disciplines from performance to visual art, to film and video, brought Out There toYBCA last Friday night for the show’s opening event. The 18 Bay Area-based artists or artist collectives included were chosen by YBCA curators […]

Queer News

For those Inclined, RuPaul Will be at Amoeba San Francisco 6/11

RuPaul, the hit recording artist, television star, and author, will be signing copies of her new album, Glamazon, at Amoeba San Francisco (1855 Haight Street) this weekend on Saturday, June 11th. Purchase Glamazon at the store and receive a pass to attend this special signing event (space is limited – while they last). The CD signing begins […]

Queer News

Are the Stakes to High To Head Up San Francisco Pride? So Sad

Don’t start dusting your pride flags and floats just yet. SF stil needs to find out, Who’s the Boss? No one is raising their hand and the room is presently at a stand still. ___________________________________________________ Does Nobody Want To Head Up San Francisco Pride? Ever since San Francisco Pride‘s executive director Amy Andre announced she was […]