Heading into the last month of the year, we can't resist the oncoming holiday-themed events, World AIDS Day commemorations, Golden Girls, wildfire victims benefits, and ... two Queen concerts?
You better think twice if you're expecting anything less than silly fun holiday camp from the consummate piano and vocal duo Amy & Freddy, when they play at Oasis on Sunday, December 16.
Whatever holidays you celebrate, enjoy the classic, traditional and irreverent arts events at venues around the Bay Area.
Whether you're lighting candles, perching under mistletoe, or glugging eggnog, the holidays in all their forms approach. Cheer up or simmer down, but enjoy the festivities.
World AIDS day annual local commemorations included the annual Light in the Grove, the gala fundraiser held at the National AIDS Memorial Grove.
There's always a lot going on in the San Francisco Bay Area for leather and other kinksters, from drawing events to dance parties, rope demos to bar revelry.
As he prepares for his November 30 show at Oakland's Sound Room (which is already sold out) and his December 9 show at Guerneville's Main St. Station, singer, actor and naughty comedian Shawn Ryan answered a volley of questions for the Bay Area Reporter.
Get ready to leave the year behind as we head into the last month; get your Santa hats and holiday gear pressed and steamed.
Cirque du Soleil, the spectacular circus phenomenon, returned to San Francisco with its new show, Volta, which includes hunky acrobats and aerialists, talented vocalists and musicians, and a variety of amazing gymnastic performers.
There's always a lot going on in the San Francisco Bay Area for leather and other kinksters. Holidays include special parties, too.
Breathe in the healthful ideas, images and sounds of the local arts scene. Support benefits for fire victims and others. The arts shall heal us all.
Favorite venues and new discoveries await in this week's buffet of nightlife fun, with no leftovers!
Lavender Country, the first gay country band, featuring Patrick Haggerty, returns to the Bay Area On Nov. 18. The now-revived band will perform at The Ivy Room with LGBT bands The Secret Emchy Society and Velvetta.