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    Showbiz I Shouldn’t Love

    Showbiz I Shouldn’t Love

    By Jan Wahl– Suddenly one of my favorite songs is not cool anymore. Frank Loesser’s Baby, It’s Cold Outside is a ball, especially when sung by Lady Gaga and Joseph…

    Gripping Gay Romanian Drama to Screen at SF International Film Festival

    Gripping Gay Romanian Drama to Screen at SF International Film Festival

    By Gary M. Kramer– The2021 San Francisco International Film Festival, April 9–18, offers dozens of features, shorts, and documentaries both online ( https://sffilm.org/ ), and outdoors at the Fort Mason…

    Hairy Homosexual Horror Host Stan the Mechanic

    Hairy Homosexual Horror Host Stan the Mechanic

    By Michele Karlsberg– In the great tradition of Vampira and Zacherley, Stan the Mechanic is the new TV horror host who has hit the airwaves. Stan, as the one and only…

    Astrology: Speaking to Your Soul

    Astrology: Speaking to Your Soul

    By Elisa Quinzi– A most indelible astrological year has come to a close and none of us are quite the same for it. The light indeed returns, and with it,…

    Donna’s Chronicles: The Imperial Court

    Donna’s Chronicles: The Imperial Court

    By Donna Sachet– The Imperial Court of San Francisco’s calendar of events, although delayed by this pandemic, is now back in full swing with modified events that maintain their decades…

    Limbo

    Limbo

    By Dr. Tim Seelig– Last month, my article was titled “Change.” It was about facing change and turning it into opportunity. It outlined ways to manage the emotions that come…

    Memory & Gratitude

    Memory & Gratitude

    By Jewelle Gomez– Those who know me and my writing know that maintaining connections and community are at my heart. That doesn’t mean that I pretend to remember a fan…

    Celebrating 20 Years of Trans Artistry and Community: Fresh Meat Productions and the Trans Arts Revolution

    Celebrating 20 Years of Trans Artistry and Community: Fresh Meat Productions and the Trans Arts Revolution

    It is a tremendous accomplishment for any nonprofit arts group to make it to the 20-year mark. But when the group is a transgender arts organization whose dual mandate is…

    A Coming of Age Trans Woman’s Story Through Music

    A Coming of Age Trans Woman’s Story Through Music

    By Liam P. Mayclem– Meet Francesca Fey, the dreamy-voiced lead singer of San Francisco music duo Goth Lipstick. The seven-track downloadable album Crystalline Corset is eclectic, thought-provoking, and deeply personal—it’s the coming-of-age…

    Donna Sachet Update: A Year After the Start of the Coronavirus Pandemic

    Donna Sachet Update: A Year After the Start of the Coronavirus Pandemic

    San Francisco Bay Times columnist Donna Sachet, a renowned entertainer, fundraiser, activist, and more, looks back on the past year—drastically impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic—as well as to the future,…

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