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    San Francisco Gay Men’s Chorus Celebrates 35 Years

    San Francisco Gay Men’s Chorus Celebrates 35 Years

    For 35 years, the San Francisco Gay Men’s Chorus has courageously served as the international standard bearer for a powerful and accomplished mix of high-caliber performance, human rights, community activism,…

    The Women’s Craft Movement and the Celebration of Craftswomen

    The Women’s Craft Movement and the Celebration of Craftswomen

      On Veteran’s Day weekend, Nov. 9-11, the Celebration of Craftswomen—the major fundraising event for the SF Women’s Building—will be 35 years old. This seems an appropriate time to revisit…

    Kill Your Darlings Has Enthralling Moments but Ultimately Fails

    Kill Your Darlings Has Enthralling Moments but Ultimately Fails

     “Rupture the pattern” and “break the law” are ideologies that animate the neophyte Beats — Lucien Carr (Dane DeHaan), Allen Ginsberg (Daniel Radcliffe), William S. Burroughs (Ben Foster), and Jack…

    Sean Thompson, Star of Rodgers and Hart’s “I Married An Angel”

    Sean Thompson, Star of Rodgers and Hart’s “I Married An Angel”

    Sean Thompson makes his West Coast debut with 42nd Street Moon in a production of the Rodgers and Hart masterpiece, “I Married an Angel,” now playing at the Eureka Theatre…

    Round About – 29th Annual HRC Gala

    “Engage: Join The Momentum” was the theme of HRC’s 2013 Bay Area Gala at The Westin St. Francis Hotel. Co-chaired by Heather Freyer and Matt Hendry, the program included a…

    Sister Dana Says Wisdumb from a Fun Nun

    Sister Dana Says Wisdumb from a Fun Nun

    But now on to happy Halloween news and OUR traditional values (the EssEff ones) with THE SISTERS OF PERPETUAL INDULGENCE, who are putting on the annual CHILDREN’S HALLOWEEN IN THE CASTRO, held again this…

    Sister Dana Sez: Words of Wisdumb From a Fun Nun

    Sister Dana Sez: Words of Wisdumb From a Fun Nun

    Sister Dana sez, “What’s all this about raising the debt ceiling? Won’t it be more difficult to reach it – to dust or change light bulbs? But seriously, every time…

    “French Cinema Now” Features Plenty of Ooh La La for Queer Francophiles

    “French Cinema Now” Features Plenty of Ooh La La for Queer Francophiles

      The sixth annual French Cinema Now, November 7-10 at Landmark’s Clay Theatre, is a chance for moviegoers to see the latest work by significant Francophone filmmakers. Possibly the hottest…

    Meet Norm Lewis at Bay Area Cabaret

      Continuing its 10th Anniversary Season, Bay Area Cabaret presents Tony Award-nominated Broadway star Norm Lewis.  Mr. Lewis comes to the Bay Area for this special one-night-only engagement 5:00pm, Sunday,…

    The Cowardly Lion Really Is a Friend of Dorothy

    The Cowardly Lion Really Is a Friend of Dorothy

    Lee MacDougall, who plays the Cowardly Lion in Andrew Lloyd Webber’s new stage production of “The Wizard of Oz,” isn’t looking for the Yellow Brick Road in San Francisco. He’d…