Continuing our coverage on stay-at-home entertainments, here are multiple options to lift your spirits in pandemic times.
Rachel Garlin's music harkens back to another era. Her soft, gentle voice, poetic lyrics and acoustic guitar conjures up memories of great folk singer/songwriters from a generation ago such as Judy Collins and Joni Mitchell.
Almost all LGBT nightlife spaces in California are shuttered after Governor Gavin Newsom's Sunday directive that bars, nightclubs, wineries, and breweries should close in response to the novel coronavirus outbreak.
With every bar, nightclub, museum and theater closed for weeks, if not longer, you're probably looking for alternative activities to fill your possibly-homebound days and nights. We have some fun suggestions.
On March 14 three very queer bands will join forces for a night of queer rockin' and rollin' at Bottom of the Hill on 17th Street. GayC/DC, Middle Aged Queers and The Homobiles will rock out in a totally out way.
Peruse the many events going on in the San Francisco Bay Area for leather and other kinksters. But due to public health concerns, some events may be cancelled or postponed. Contact the venue(s) in advance.
Afraid to go out? Buck up, wash your hands and wave at the ushers, docents, and box office managers who brave dealing with hundreds of us each night. Due to public health concerns, some events may be cancelled or postponed. Contact the venue in advance.
Whether DJed or drummed live, live-sung or lip-synched, your nightlife options bear fruit, and bears, and fruity bears! Due to public health concerns, some events may be cancelled or postponed. Contact the venue in advance.
GusPresents hosts the new weekly night at the Castro district bar, with pop, circuit music and gogo cuties. The March 6 night included a visit from local drag performer Lady Camden.
It's been 27 years since Stephan Jenkins put together the first lineup of Third Eye Blind here in San Francisco. Before the band plays Oakland's Fox Theater next Friday, March 13, he shared several LGBT influences in his music.
Broadway musical theatre star Max von Essen returns to San Francisco to showcase his solo work in a Bay Area Cabaret concert at the Venetian Room this Sunday afternoon.
March yourself off to the box office at theatres, welcome desks at museums and perhaps even a box seat at the symphony; whatever arts makes your heart sing.
Big shows, rock concerts, hot dance floors, fun trivia and games mid-week; here's your nightlifery, in abundance.