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    Sister Dana Sez, “Happy Mother’s Day.”

    Sister Dana Sez, “Happy Mother’s Day.”

    By Sister Dana Van Iquity Sister Dana sez, “Happy Mother’s Day (May 4) to all you mothers out there, and that definitely includes drag mothers as well!” Joining more than 600 cities worldwide,…

    Tips and Terminology Related to Wedding Room Blocks

    Tips and Terminology Related to Wedding Room Blocks

    By Alexis Garhammer When planning a wedding or another important event, you may have guests arrive from out of town for the occasion. If so, you or your planners should…

    Carnaval San Francisco 2017 Celebrates “El Corazon de San Pacho—The Heart of San Francisco”

    Carnaval San Francisco 2017 Celebrates “El Corazon de San Pacho—The Heart of San Francisco”

    By Roberto Hernandez The 39th annual Carnaval San Francisco two-day Festival and Grand Parade will wind its way through San Francisco’s Mission District this Memorial Day weekend, May 27 and…

    A Quiet Passion Biopic of Poet Emily Dickson Reveals How Taking Virtue Too Far Can Itself Become a Vice

    A Quiet Passion Biopic of Poet Emily Dickson Reveals How Taking Virtue Too Far Can Itself Become a Vice

    By Gary M. Kramer– The handsomely mounted period piece, A Quiet Passion, opening May 5 in San Francisco, is gay filmmaker Terence Davies’s gorgeously-lit biopic of poet Emily Dickinson. The…

    Words: Poetry in Motion

    Words: Poetry in Motion

    By Michele Karlsberg Michele Karlsberg: How important is accessibility of meaning? Should one have to work hard to “solve” the poem? Has your idea of what poetry is changed since…

    Spotlight on Broadway: Two Divas, One Counter-Tenor and A House Full of Hams

    Spotlight on Broadway: Two Divas, One Counter-Tenor and A House Full of Hams

    By Heidi Beeler Life is a cabaret, they say, and if you’ve ever wanted to be the life of a cabaret, now’s your chance. The San Francisco Lesbian/Gay Freedom Band is renting…

    Curated: Urs Fischer, The Public & the Private

    Curated: Urs Fischer, The Public & the Private

    Through July 2 at the Legion of Honor Urs Fischer’s sculptures and paintings explore the tension between the material and the digital, object and image. Drawing on Western art history…

    Student Voice: Survival of the New Generation

    Student Voice: Survival of the New Generation

    By Jenn Bowman (Editor’s Note: Teacher Jenn Bowman of San Francisco’s Mission High School is teaching LGBTQ Studies. In this column, Bowman’s students share their thoughts about LGBTQ-related matters, including…

    Paddle for Pride

    Paddle for Pride

    By Kait Bailey Picture yourself on the legendary Rogue River, where beautiful blue skies compliment the cold emerald water. The Rogue is one of eight original rivers indoctrinated into the…

    Speaking to Your Soul

    Speaking to Your Soul

    By Elisa Quinzi Our set way of being in the world is being challenged in a necessary manner. Our desired intentions manifest circumstantially to the degree that we slay our…

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