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by SL Thomson on April 23, 2019
2 Brides at Home
by SL Thomson on April 23, 2019
Sometimes the perfect place for a wedding ceremony is right where you live. You have control and comfort with the extensive knowledge of the venue. If you forget something you don’t have to go all the way back home because... Well... you know. ... Read full article
by Jonathan Kauffman on March 15, 2019
Welcome to Jeanne d’Arc, the Frenchiest bistro in San Francisco
by Jonathan Kauffman on March 15, 2019
San Francisco wasn’t working out for Claude Lambert. In 1965, he’d fled to New York from the tiny town outside Orleans to which the French Ministry of Education had banished him, then fled New York as well (too cold) for San Francisco (warmer?).... Read full article
by Ryan Kost on January 21, 2019
SF Gay Men’s Chorus to open National LGBTQ Center for the Arts
by Ryan Kost on January 21, 2019
The chorus plans to begin programming this fall; hopes to create diverse performance, practice and meeting space... Read full article
by School of Rock San Ramon on November 19, 2018
SCHOOL OF ROCK HOMESCHOOL PROGRAM PROVIDES A VALUABLE LEARNING EXPERIENCE
by Michael Musto on January 13, 2018
Jackie Hoffman Of “Feud” On Laura Dern’s Emmy Steal, Never Earning A Tony Nom, And Gay Nursing Homes
by Michael Musto on January 13, 2018
"[Laura Dern] deserved [the Emmy]. But I’m not arguing against gays who say it was stolen."... Read full article
by Michael Yalinsky on January 13, 2018
New Short The Mess He Made Follows a Man's 15-Minute Wait For HIV Test Results
by Michael Yalinsky on January 13, 2018
Talking with Director Matthew Puccini about his film, ahead of its SXSW premiere.... Read full article
by Adam B. Vary on January 13, 2018
Why LGBT Representation Didn't Make It Into "The Last Jedi"
by Adam B. Vary on January 13, 2018
"Sexuality in general is not something that's front of mind in any of these movies," writer-director Rian Johnson told BuzzFeed News. "I think [LGBT representation] is one element that we haven't done yet that we need to do." ... Read full article
by TRACY E. GILCHRIST on January 13, 2018
James Franco Sexual Misconduct Allegations Could Tank His Oscar Chances
by TRACY E. GILCHRIST on January 13, 2018
It's no longer 2017 when accused predator Casey Affleck won the Oscar. Allegations against Franco could make way for another actor like Timothée Chalamet to win. ... Read full article
by Josh Jackman on January 13, 2018
Meet the black lesbian superhero ready to take over TV on The CW’s Black Lightning
by Josh Jackman on January 13, 2018
A black lesbian superhero is set to make a groundbreaking entrance on your TV screen.... Read full article