Get out for nightlife fun, in the shade or under the sun.
Even after the Mr. SF Leather contest, there are plenty more events for leather and other kinksters.
Summer's end keeps shining with arts events all over the Bay.
Baby-face hunks, lucha libre bears, gay heroes and hilarious heels flew in and out of the ring at the eleventh SF Slam/Wrestling For Charity, the pro wrestling night and fundraiser held at El Toro nightclub on August 8.
Curtain up, light the lights. We've got artistic thrills and delights.
'Whadda you wanna do, Marty?' 'I dunno, whadda you wanna do?' Your queries have been answered.
Samantha Sidley cuts to the chase in her just released single "I Like Girls." The song's video begins with a tight close-up of her face. "I like girls!" she proclaims, before she starts singing.
Celebrate summer's end with fog and fun, in or out of bars and nightclubs.
Toward summer's end, festival and theatre events round off, but exhibits and music concerts continue at an upbeat tempo.
Under slightly foggy August 3 skies, fans of outdoor grooves and artistic splendor enjoyed the fourth annual Playa in the Grove, produced by the queer Burning Man camp Comfort & Joy, and held at the National AIDS Memorial Grove.
Even after our local street fair, Up Your Alley, there are still many kink and leather events to enjoy in the San Francisco Bay Area.
Stand-up comic and former San Francisco resident Caitlin Gill returns to the scene of the crime on Friday August 16, when she'll appear with fellow comics Jackie Kashian and Chris Fairbanks at the Verdi Club.
The annual huge outdoor, multi-stage music festival includes headliner Paul Simon, plus food, drinks, comedy, all in lovely Golden Gate Park. Here are a few select, lesser-known bands and events, including a few queer notables.