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Gender Showdown on the Tennis Court

By David Lamble | Saturday Sep 23, 2017
For LGBTQ movie-lovers, "The Battle of the Sexes" scores with a worthy ensemble. Co-directors Valerie Feris and Jonathan Dayton serve up their thoughts.

Out There :: Season Opens with Real Panache

By Roberto Friedman | Saturday Sep 23, 2017
It was the San Francisco Symphony's Opening Night Gala Concert in Davies Symphony Hall that took the cake pop for starriest opener.

Folsom Fair Nixes Beer Partner

By Seth Hemmelgarn | Saturday Sep 23, 2017
If you were hoping to purchase a cold one at this Sunday's Folsom Street Fair served up by hot men (or women) wearing wrestling singlets, you're out of luck.

Officials Set to Help Homeless at BART Stations

By Seth Hemmelgarn | Saturday Sep 23, 2017
Officials in San Francisco are working to help homeless people and drug offenders while cleaning up several BART transit stations.

Log Cabin Republicans Mark 40th Anniversary

By Matthew S. Bajko | Saturday Sep 23, 2017
40 years ago LGBT Republicans and their straight allies in California launched what would become known as Log Cabin Republicans.

On the Tab :: Sept. 21 - 28

Thursday Sep 21, 2017
Whether you're strapped and chapped or a vanilla vixen, Folsom Street Fair weekend provides entertainment suitable for every taste, even if you're not a strappy chappie. Unleash your inner kink, unzip your inhibitions and enjoy.

Jim Caruso Cabaret :: Welcome to His Cast Party

By Jim Gladstone | Sunday Sep 17, 2017
Cast Party, the "extreme open mic event," is about conviviality, not competition.

Our Women in Uniform

By Race Bannon | Sunday Sep 17, 2017
The Dyke Uniform Corps (D.U.C.) was founded in April 1998 for women uniform fetishists by four people known as the General Officers: Gunner, Kane, Blade and Tomo. I had an opportunity to speak with one of those founders, Tomo.

Milk Plaza Finalists Revealed

By Tony Taylor | Sunday Sep 17, 2017
Aiming to transform the most visible corner of the Castro, a design competition for a reimagined Harvey Milk Plaza has revealed three finalists for public feedback. People have until September 21 to view and comment on the proposals.

Oakland Celebrates Pride

By Michael Nugent | Sunday Sep 17, 2017
The parade was bigger than previous years and more people watched it go up Broadway as warm weather brought tens of thousands to the East Bay to celebrate Oakland Pride.

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