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    San Francisco Bay Times Is Proud to Present Seventeen and Apricot Groves at Frameline

    San Francisco Bay Times Is Proud to Present Seventeen and Apricot Groves at Frameline

    The San Francisco Bay Times is sponsoring two films at Frameline this year: Seventeen and Apricot Groves. We hope that you can check them out. Look for our team at…

    Sister Dana sez, “June 18 is Father’s Day.”

    Sister Dana sez, “June 18 is Father’s Day.”

    By Sister Dana Van Iquity Sister Dana sez, “June 18 is Father’s Day, so may I be the first to wish all you daddies a happy day; and that includes leather daddies!…

    Queer Films at the 2017 San Francisco Documentary Film Festival

    Queer Films at the 2017 San Francisco Documentary Film Festival

    By Gary M. Kramer The San Francisco Documentary Film Festival, May 31–June 15, features several films with LGBT content. Here is a rundown of four interesting films screening at the…

    Sister Dana Sez, “At Least We Can Still Celebrate Harvey Milk.”

    Sister Dana Sez, “At Least We Can Still Celebrate Harvey Milk.”

    By Sister Dana Van Iquity Sister Dana sez, “Maybe the Federal Government is a whole lotta bad news lately, but at least we can still celebrate HARVEY MILK DAY (May 22) as a huge…

    BOYS BITE BACK: Sean Dorsey Dance

    BOYS BITE BACK: Sean Dorsey Dance

    As the shadow of the Trump Administration’s rule falls over LGBTQ communities across the U.S., award-winning LGBT dance company Sean Dorsey Dance bites back with new full-throttle dance, luscious queer…

    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,…

    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…

    Shawna Virago: Heaven Sent Delinquent

    Shawna Virago: Heaven Sent Delinquent

    San Francisco’s own transgender music pioneer and cult solo acoustic artist Shawna Virago has just released her new album Heaven Sent Delinquent (Tranimal Records), and it’s already being called the…

    Taekwondo Casts Spell on Viewers with Seductive Homoeroticism

    Taekwondo Casts Spell on Viewers with Seductive Homoeroticism

    By Gary M. Kramer Out Argentine writer/director Marco Berger’s Taekwondo, now out on DVD, casts a spell on viewers. Set entirely in a country estate, the film depicts little more…

    Sister Dana Sez, “Did You Remember to File Your Tax Return on April 18?”

    Sister Dana Sez, “Did You Remember to File Your Tax Return on April 18?”

    By Sister Dana Van Iquity Sister Dana sez, “Did we remember to file our tax returns on April 18? Oh no, not you, ‘special’ Donald! You don’t bother to do such things, do you?!” On Tax Day Saturday,…