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Next month's Pink Party in the Castro will run from 3 to 8 p.m. and Dyke March organizers are working to move up the time of their event, which typically ends in the gay neighborhood.
We live in revolutionary times. Enjoy a revolving armament of talented nightlife entertainments.
Ariana Grande joins the long list of pop legends that include Cher, Whitney Houston, Jennifer Lopez and Janet Jackson who have all performed at NYC Pride's annual Dance on the Pier.
Simply put, Divas is a bar frequented by transgender women, their admirers, and friends.
What can you get on a night out? A little dance, a few drinks, some flirting, or more. It's what you make of it, so go make out.
For local Middle Eastern LGBTQs, finding a space where their own culture and music can be enjoyed was limited to the Bibi dance parties. When that event's organizers left town, Ghazwan Alsharif, a gay war veteran, renamed the event Asheq.
Discover new fun and classic camp, sometimes at the same event!
A new exhibition of queer artworks of local historical significance, "30 Years of Collecting Art That Tells Our Stories," will open at the GLBT History Museum on Friday, May 15.
When the clock strikes, where will you be? At the bar, awaiting a drink? Stageside, awaiting the headlining band? At a cozy table, awaiting your date? Wait no more. Carpe noctem.