Among the new nightclub shows, "Champagne White and the Temple of Poon," the eagerly-awaited sequel to the hilarious hit comedy "Shit & Champagne."
An actual hot summer may make your nightlife plans to be outdoors a requirement. It's all about the patios! Find your place in or out of the sun, or catch a breeze as some ultra hot vocalists and slew of sexy male strip shows heighten the temperature.
John Waters returns to the Bay Area this Fourth of July Weekend to host the sixth annual Burger Bugaloo. The film icon talks about his upcoming holiday gig.
With recent Supreme Court decisions, you might feel a tad more patriotic this year. So switch your rainbow flag, and enjoy some red, white and blue celebrations, along with those events that sparkle in every color.
According to event organizer Panzi, the 40th annual "Invasion of the Pines" will go on as scheduled - no thanks to Ian Reisner. PJ McAteer notes that as always, for all in drag, the drinks will be on the house.
The big rainbow elephant, Sunday June 28's Pride Parade, and Civic Center celebrations on Saturday and Sunday, are surrounded by an enture circus of LGBTQIetc events, so gird your loins and step right up.
This year the queens will invade the Pines and then head right back to the Grove.
Berkeley Repertory Theatre is proud to announce that award-winning British actress Samantha Barks will star in the world premiere of "Amélie," A New Musical directed by Tony Award winner Pam MacKinnon ("Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?").
Headed to LGBT Pride this month? Well there's an app for that.
Multiple events in one day, sofa-surfing friends in from out of town, parties and dances and shows; RSVPs and will-calls ... on whose phone? The rainbow tempest is in a swirl. Get the deets here before you go gaily forth.