The owners, married (and bearded) couple Rich and Cougar Andrebou, sell comics in the Castro and across the country on their new Facebook Live show
Best known for his star-studded Castro Theater tribute events, Huestis has written an intimate memoir about his personal struggles and triumphs.
The occasion is a major one for the clinic, which was forced out of its longtime SoMa space in 2016.
The nonprofit cinema, which is focused on independent, foreign and art films, is one of the oldest continuously operating theaters in the world.
The brand-new film festival will screen 25 short films from diverse female filmmakers, many of them local.
After losing its spot at the Hotel Rex, the popular cabaret series has a new space — and new shows — for 2019.
Plus, the nonprofit will be collecting donated items, like blankets, backpacks and soap.
In recent decades, San Francisco has gone from 150-plus video stores to just 3. But this Mission mainstay has held on.
While seeking a permanent home, the intimate Union Square nightclub has found temporary accommodations in the Inner Sunset.
Both supporters and opponents of Proposition C, the SF ballot measure to tax large businesses to pay for homeless services, have notched big wins.
The famed drag performer and community leader is set to be skewered by an array of LGBT luminaries.
Roughly 50,000 people are expected to attend the parade this Sunday, September 9.
This family-owned cafe, which has been in business since the '70s, is an important gathering space for the LGBTQ community.
Society Cabaret cultivates performers via workshops and open mic nights.
Classically trained baritone Erik Chalfant talks about his two stage personas and his love for the Castro.
"Expect good clean fun and a lot of bang for your buck," said a performer.
The annual LGBTQ film festival will screen 153 films from 39 countries.
Whatever Store is one of four businesses sharing the former Books Inc. location.
The venue's ownership team includes two drag performers.
"The goal is to make people feel welcome and to make new friends," said founder Dixie De La Tour.
Singing duo Frank Silletti and Ava Vukic are dropping a new album.
Born in San Francisco, Goldberg was one of the 20th century's best-known illustrators.
New open-air markets at the waterfront are promoting local makers and artisans.
Locals and visitors have been finding a good new reason to visit the neighborhood.
"We didn't do this for ourselves—I don't want people to come by and be sad," said the store's manager.