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Going Out, July 30-Aug 6, 2021

by Jim Provenzano

Smooch @ The Powerhouse; Gilbert Baker exhibit @ GLBT History Museum; 'Mothership: Voyage Into Afrofuturism' @ Oakland Museum; RAWdance returns
Smooch @ The Powerhouse; Gilbert Baker exhibit @ GLBT History Museum; 'Mothership: Voyage Into Afrofuturism' @ Oakland Museum; RAWdance returns  

As more venues re-open, more precautions become standard. Mask up, get your shots, and enjoy arts and nightlife events.


ARTS
DANCE, OPERA, THEATRE
Alvin Ailey American Dance Theatre
Cal Performances presents the world premiere of Jamar Roberts' Holding Space, streaming thru Sept. 8. $5-$60. https://calperformances.org/

Ballet22
The East Bay dance company that disrupts traditional gender roles in classical ballet shares the new dance film Totum, filmed at the S.F. Mint. July 30-Aug 1. https://www.ballet22.com/

The New Age of Magic @ Magic Theatre
In-person gala celebrating new Artistic Director Sean San José, with a cocktail reception and performances. $25 and up. 6pm-9pm (VIPs 5pm). Outside The Firehouse at Fort Mason Center for Arts & Culture, 2 Marina Blvd. http://magictheatre.org/

New Conservatory Theater Company
LGBT theater company presents Season 2 of In Good Company, a podcast for when life goes off-script; also, Hold Me the Forgotten Way, an audio play collaboration by Harrison David Rivers. www.nctcsf.org

Pericles, Prince of Tyre
San Francisco Shakespeare Festival's live online streaming episodes of the Shakespeare play; thru Aug 8. Free/RSVP. http://www.sfshakes.org/


Resident Artist Workshop @ SAFEhouse  

Resident Artist Workshop @ SAFEhouse
Reopening of the dance and performance space, with life acts and films: Aishwarya Chandrashekhar, Angelica Velez, Maggie Ogle, Maxine Flasher-Düzgüne?. Films at 9pm by Jessica Fudim, Raven Malouf-Renning, Rebekah Enderle, Larissa Archer, and Kat Flipse. $10. July 31, 8pm. 145 Eddy St. https://safehousearts.org

SF BATCO
San Francisco Bay Area Theatre Company streams weekly new plays, readings, arts talks, improv and more; hosted by Rodney Earl Jackson, Jr., and Marcelo Javier. They've also returned to in-person shows. https://www.twitch.tv/sfbatco

San Francisco Mime Troupe
Tales of the Resistance, Volume 2: Persistence, along with other radio dramas and satires, airs thru Sept. 5. www.sfmt.org

San Francisco Opera
Stream productions of Verdi's Luisa Miller July 31-August 1. https://sfopera.com

The Song of Summer @ SF Playhouse
(See our feature article.)

LITERARY
B.A.R. Talks 4: That's (Adult) Entertainment
John F. Karr & Cornelius Washington discuss the Bay Area Reporter's decades of covering gay adult movies, plus safe sex efforts through the AIDS pandemic, and the notorious escort ads. August 5, 6pm live, then archived, on the B.A.R.'s Facebook page and YouTube channel.
www.youtube.com/c/BayAreaReporterSF
www.facebook.com/BayAreaReporter/


Poet Pat Parker @ Golden Crown Literary Awards  

Golden Crown Literary Awards
Online ceremonies for winners of various book awards from the women's press, with a special tribute topped and activist Pat Parker. July 31. https://www.goldencrown.org

Stephen Sondheim, James Lapine
The composer and writer-director of the acclaimed musical Sunday in the Park With George discuss the creation of the show; timed with the release of Lapine's book, Putting It Together. Lifestreams Aug. 3, 4pm PT. $25-$60 (includes mailed book).
http://thetownhall.org/#featured-shows


MUSIC
Eva Noblezada @ Feinstein's at the Nikko
The young Broadway star (Hadestown, Miss Saigon) performs her new cabaret show, 'Flower Power.' $85. 8pm. July 28-31. Hotel Nikko, 222 Mason St.
(Read our feature interview)

Music @ Menlo
Summer Festival 2021 includes in-person and online concerts of classical works thru Aug. 1. $25-$175 (season pass). 50 Valparaiso Ave., Atherton. https://musicatmenlo.org

Noe Music
Online concerts in many genres; classical, folk, early music. https://www.noemusic.org/


Eva Noblezada @ Feinstein's at the Nikko  

Old First Concerts
Enjoy live streaming and archived music concerts of classic, and contemporary music. https://www.oldfirstconcerts.org

San Francisco Bach Choir
Weekly online concerts of classical music and other genres. https://sfbach.org/

San Francisco Gay Men's Chorus
New: Pride Showcase 2021, Wired. Also, video of the May 22 outdoor mini-concert. Also, SFGMC celebrates Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage Month with songs from their 2017 Paradise Found spring concert, and a 'Behind the Curtain' chat with Kumu Patrick Makuak?ne, director of the N? Lei Hulu I Ka W?kiu hula dance troupe. Also, enjoy other concerts with guest performers joining the Behind the Curtain series and Summer Reruns. https://www.sfgmc.org/sfgmctv

San Francisco Performances
Summer Music Sessions returns to the Herbst Theatre. 401 Van Ness Ave. http://sfperformances.org/

San Francisco Symphony
In-person concerts return to Davies Symphony Hall. Also, Digital Soundbox includes programs curated by Esa-Pekka Salonen. https://www.sfsymphonyplus.org/

SF Jazz Fridays at Five
Jazz concerts will bring you good vibes. The acclaimed venue brings their concert series online with talented musicians. https://www.sfjazz.org

Sounds of Broadway
24/7 radio station plays classic Broadway songs, with interviews and trivia shows, too. https://soundsofbroadway.com/

Stern Grove Festival
The free outdoor concerts return for the 84th year; concerts thru August. 9th Ave. at Sloat Blvd. Reservations required. https://www.sterngrove.org/

Tom Goss
The prolific gay singer-songwriter continues to put out new music, fun videos, and collaborations. http://tomgossmusic.com/


No Ordinary Man @ Landmark Theatres  

MOVIES, TV
(For expanded streaming online films and TV listings, see older event listings)

Films @ Roxie
Can You Bring It: Bill T. Jones and D-Man in the Waters, thru Aug. 4; Lydia Lunch: The War is Never Over Aug. 6, with Lunch in person. $8-$20. 3117 16th St. https://www.roxie.com/

No Ordinary Man @ Landmark Theatres
The Billy Tipton Documentary tells the story of the transcend jazz musician. July 30-Aug. 4. www.landmarktheatres.com

Pier Kids @ PBS
Elegance Bratton documentary transports audiences to New York City's historic Christopher Street Pier where homeless queer Black youth navigate the streets to find safety and stability. Streaming Aug 2 - Sept. 1. https://www.pbs.org/pov/


MUSEUMS & GALLERIES
ArtHaus 25th Anniversary
Gallerists James Bacchi and Annette Schutz celebrate their gallery's silver anniversary with a group retrospective exhibit. 228 Townsend St. http://www.arthaus-sf.com/main-gallery/

Asian Art Museum
New: teamLab: continuity, wondrous animated ecosystem of lush imagery drawn from nature and East Asian art. Other exhibits include Memento: Jayashree Chakravarty and Lam Tung Pang, After Hope: Videos of Resistance, Zheng Chongbin: I Look for the Sky, and historic works. Fri-Mon 10am-5pm. Thu 1pm-8pm. 200 Larkin St. asianart.org


'teamLab: continuity' @ Asian Art Museum  

Berkeley Art Museum/Pacific Film Archive
Quilts, Blankets, and Tapestry: Contemporary Art and Textiles, Ron Nagle: Handsome Drifter, Folk and Modern Art in Postcolonial India) and art films streamed online. 2155 Center St., Berkeley. www.bampfa.org

California Academy of Sciences
The fascinating science museum includes live creatures (aquarium, terrarium) and educational exhibits. Mon-Sat 9:30am-5pm. Sun 11am-5pm. 55 Music Concourse Drive, Golden Gate Park. https://www.calacademy.org/

Cartoon Art Museum
The Legend of Wonder Woman, a new exhibition celebrating 80 years of DC Comics' iconic Amazon, featuring comic books, merchandise, and original illustrations by many of Wonder Woman's most prominent artists. Also at the Fisherman's Wharf gallery; contemporary and historic original cartoon, comic and graphic novel art exhibits, including A Treasury of Animation and Emerging Artists Showcase: Lawrence Lindell, as well as books and prints for sale. Sat & Sun 11am-5pm. 781 Beach St. https://www.cartoonart.org

Catherine Clark Gallery
Stephanie Syjuco's video installation Native Resolution, plus other works. In-person limited attendance. 248 Utah St. https://cclarkgallery.com/

Chabot Space & Science Center
Online programs include live science programs each Wed., 10:30am, virtual telescope viewings each Sat. 9pm. chabotspace.org

Chinese Cultural Center
Women: From Her to Here, an in-person and online exhibit focusing on women Asian diasporic cultures, including diverse gender and sexual identities, with video and film works, mixed media installation, photography, painting, featuring Bay Area filmmaker Madeleine Lim; New York-based spoken word performance artist and activist Brad Walrond; Bay Area-based Tina Takemoto, Chelsea Ryoko Wong, and Heesoo Kwon; Nicole Pun from Hong Kong; three artists from Taiwan; Beijing-based Luka Yuanyuan Yang; and the archives of the Queer Reads Library in collaboration with Mixed Rice Zines. https://www.cccsf.us/

Conservatory of Flowers
Online Zoom classes, and beautiful indoor and outdoor floral exhibits in the classic arboretum; special events and parties return soon 100 JFK Drive, Golden Gate Park. Free/$12. www.conservatoryofflowers.org

Contemporary Jewish Museum
The spacious downtown museum includes Experience Leonard Cohen with a series of four solo exhibitions by contemporary artists George Fok, Judy Chicago, Candice Breitz, and Marshall Trammell, all inspired by the life and work of the revered singer-songwriter; also, Julie Weitz' Golem: A Call to Action, thru Dec. 5. Also, Levi Strauss: A History of American Style, Stephen Berkman's Predicting the Past: Zohar Studios, The Lost Years, an immersive photography installation about a mythical 19th-century Jewish photographer. Free/$16. 736 Mission St. thecjm.org

de Young Museum
Major exhibits include Hung Liu: Golden Gate, thru Mar. 13, 2022; Nampeyo and the Sikyátki Revival, thru Feb. 2023; also, collections of American, African, Oceanic, costume arts, sculpture and more. Tue-Sun 9:30am-5:15pm. 50 Hagiwara Tea Garden Drive. deyoung.famsf.org


Gilbert Baker exhibit @ GLBT History Museum  

Exploratorium Events
Talks, and demos with a science theme, including comet-cam and more. www.exploratorium.edu

GLBT History Museum
Gilbert Baker's original rainbow flag on display, plus ongoing exhibits. Online exhibits include Stories of Our Movement: Bay Area Reporter at 50; Also, Legendary: African American LGBTQ Past Meets Present , Fighting Back, a series that brings together community leaders, experts, historians and activists to explore lessons from the past that might be useful in formulating resistance efforts today; Reigning Queens: the Lost Photos of Roz Joseph, curated by Joseph Plaster; and other exhibits. Events as well: Aug 6, 6pm: It's Gayme Time! Board Games from the Art & Artifacts Collection. 4127 18th St. www.glbthistory.org

Gregangelo Museum
Take online tours at the 27-room mansion filled with eccentric unusual interactive artworks and performances. www.gregangelomuseum.com

Harvey Milk Photo Center
View online exhibits of masterful photographic art. https://www.harveymilkphotocenter.org/

Immersive Van Gogh
Projected images of the Impressionist painter's works will dazzle in the spacious venue. SVN West, Van Ness Ave. at Market. $25-$40 and up. Thru Sept. 6. vangoghsf.com

Legion of Honor
Last Supper in Pompeii: From the Table to the Grave exhibit, thru Aug. 29; European and ancient art, giant Renaissance landscapes and historic paintings, plus classical sculptures and contemporary works. From Degas, Manet, Caillebotte and Vuillard to Egyptian, Greek and Roman artifacts, the various collections will leave you awe-struck. Tue-Sun, 9:30am-5:15pm. Free/$15. legionofhonor.famsf.org

Minnesota Street Art Project
Multiple galleries host different artist exhibits. https://minnesotastreetproject.com/

Mission Cultural Center for Latino Arts
New and ongoing exhibits. 2869 Mission St. missionculturalcenter.org

MOAD
Museum of the African Diaspora screens award-winning films, with multiple talks and music performances online as well. https://www.moadsf.org/

Museum of Craft & Design
Imagining Data, a multi-part online exhibit of nationwide installations, exhibits an with strikingly contemporary themes. https://curatorsquaredvirtualviews.com/imagining-data

Nancy Toomey Fine Art
Online and in-person exhibits. 1275 Minnesota St. nancytoomeyfineart.com


'Mothership: Voyage Into Afrofuturism,' @ Oakland Museum  

NIAD Exhibits
The art studio for developmentally disabled adults shares online exhibits and sells beautiful works of art; in-person window displays and weekly online exhibitions. www.niadartstore.org

Oakland Museum
New: Mothership: Voyage Into Afrofuturism, a relevant and timely exhibition that imagines the world through a Black cultural lens. Opens Aug 7. The East Bay museum has reopened. Exhibits: You Are Here: California Stories on the Map (through 2022), Black Power and Dorothea Lange: Photography as Activism (both ongoing). 1000 Oak St., Oakland. museumca.org

The Pink and Purple Church in the Castro
Online multimedia exhibit documenting the history of Metropolitan Community Church, its LGBTQ-inclusive services and outreach through the AIDS pandemic. http://arspgallery.com/mccsf-exhibit-main/

Queer Visions @ Haight Street Art Center
New exhibit displays memorabilia from The Stud bar, including many vintage pins, and artists of the Queer Ancestors Project, elder artists from Openhouse, and featuring the art of Paul "Gidget" Sinclair and Dave "Artista" Fairall, designers and photographers from the Stud bar. Also, Lauren Tabek's photos from The Lexington, theatre posters of Cockettes and Divine shows by artist Todd Trexler, and noir-themed prints by artist and author Katie Gilmartin. Fri-Sun 12pm-6pm. Thursdays until 8pm; thru Aug. 15. 215 Haight St. https://haightstreetart.org

Recombinant Rebound @ Gray Area/Grand Theatre
Visually dazzling cinematic conceptual art project set in the remains of the movie theatre; thru Aug. 1. $25-$40. 2665 Mission St. https://grayarea.org/events/

Re-Vamp: Photos by Gooch @ 111 Minna Gallery
New photo exhibition by the prolific local gay photographer. Also, works by painter Olympia Altimir, and professional wrestler portraits by muralist Nicole Hayden. 111 Minna St. https://111minnagallery.com

SF Museum of Modern Art
New: Diego Rivera's massive 1940 mural Pan American Unity, on display during its restoration, before the July 31 mini murals festival. Also, video art pioneer Nam June Paik retrospective, the first U.S. show of this size, with 200 items and beguiling installations; thru Oct. 3. Also, view Pop, Abstract, and Figurative art collections; Warhol, Rosenquist, Lichtenstein, to name a few. Bay Area Walls mural project, the outdoor vertical garden and (mid-March Contemporary optics with Olafur Eliasson's sparkling one-way color tunnel. Free/$25; reserved, timed ticketing. Mon 10am-5pm. Thu 1pm-8pm. Fri-Sun 10am-5pm. 151 Third St. www.sfmoma.org


'When the Conference Heard from the Street:' @ SF Main Library  

Solemn Anthems
Political art show of works by Andy Mister, who pairs drawings of recent political uprisings with landscapes, connecting physical, ideological, and environmental terrain. Rebecca Camacho Presents, 794 Sutter St. www.rebeccacamacho.com

Walt Disney Family Museum
Located in The Presidio, the museum dedicated to the art of Disney films, with online exhibits and events, including the Happy Haunts Tour. 104 Montgomery St. www.waltdisney.org

When the Conference Heard from the Street: Scenes from the Sixth International Conference on AIDS, 1990
New exhibit of photos and text about the vents of 1990 by photographer Rick Gerharter, journalists Liz Highleyman and Tim Kingston, at San Francisco Main Library, 6th floor, Skylight Gallery. On view thru October 9. Also, the James C. Hormel LGBTQIA Center has reopened. 100 Larkin St. https://sfpl.org/

Yerba Buena Center for the Arts
Various exhibits indoors and out; re-opened to limited capacity. Echo Location: The Cultural Geopolitics in South of Market, Aug. 5-Oct. 3. Reopening celebration Aug. 7, 11am-6pm. https://ybca.org


NIGHTLIFE
Bootie Mashup
Adriana A and guest DJs blend pop hits to danceable grooves in live-streams. In-person nights have returned at DNA Lounge, 375 11th St. Also, July 30, Cipher Takes the Bay, a drag show hosted by Nitrix Oxide, Jonbenet Manson and Cypherpunk. https://www.twitch.tv/BootieMashup. Also, DNA Lounge weekly webcasts. https://www.dnalounge.com/

Boy Division
DJ Xander hosts the Twitch online edition of the New Wave retro-fun dance party. www.twitch.tv/deejayxander


Disco Daddy @ El Rio  

Club Papi, Drag Brunch @ Beaux
Outdoor nightlife's back at the popular Market St. club, with drag entertainers, gogo studs, drinks and food. Sat & Sun, 2pm & 4pm. https://www.beauxsf.com/

Disco Daddy @ El Rio
Outdoor patio tea dance with classic grooves by DJ Bus Station John. $10. 3pm-8pm. 3158 Mission St. https://www.elriosf.com/

DJ Don Baird @ The Hole in the Wall
The fave local rock DJ's returned to the SoMa 'friendly neighborhood gay bikers' bar; Thursdays and Fridays. 1369 Folsom St. https://blackwolfmetal.com/ Also, listen online: https://www.twitch.tv/donbaird

Drag Brunch at Curio
Rexy hosts 12pm & 2pm drag shows (with Kylie Minono, Kipper Snacks, Bionka Simone) with brunch. 775 Valencia St. https://www.curiobarsf.com/

Events @ The Edge
Musical Wednesdays, Beards & Booze and other events have returned to the popular bar. 4149 18th St. www.edgesf.com

Frolic
The furry cosplay dance party returns from hibernation, with DJs Pepe, LycanCatt, NeonBunny, and Khatalyst; now second Saturdays at The SF Eagle. $8-$12. 8pm-2am. 398 12th St. http://frolicparty.com/

Game Night with Imagery @ Standard Deviant Brewing Company
Enjoy games, drinks, tacos, and meet the members of Amy Siewert's Imagery dance company, with screenings of new dance film works at the company's fundraiser for Sketch 11 showcase. $25. Aug. 2, 7:30pm-10pm. 280 14th St. https://www.eventbrite.com/


Game Night with Imagery @ Standard Deviant Brewing Company  

Jolene's
The SoMa queer nightclub and restaurant has re-opened, now with later hours Fri & Sat 6pm-12am. Sunday brunch 11am-5pm. Mask up, make a reservation. 2700 16th St. http://jolenessf.com/index.html

Martuni's Monday Happy Hour
Pianist Russell Deason hosts the return of the fun weekly open mic gathering. 5:30pm-8:30pm. 4 Valencia St. at Market.

Muévelo @ Que Rico, Oakland
Valentino Presents' new East Bay Latin club is already a hit. Enjoy the new nightclub's weekly dance party with DJed grooves, drag divas, and gogo studs. Fridays, $10 and up, 9:30pm-3am. 381 15th St., Oakland. www.quericonightclub.com

Oasis
In-person shows have returned! Princess, the new weekly Saturday night drag show. Also, enjoy online shows on the web and via the club's new app as well. www.sfoasis.com

Pan Dulce @ Beaux
The weekly Latin dance night returns (Wednesdays), as have other events at the popular Castro nightclub. 2344 Market St. www.beauxsf.com


Pan Dulce @ Beaux  (Source:Maques Daniels)

Port Bar, Oakland
Wednesdays are a Drag shows at 9pm, 10pm,11pm; Sunday Brunch, Big Gay Trivia, RuPaul's Drag Race episode watch on Thursdays, and more outdoor events at the Oakland bar. 2023 Broadway. www.portbaroakland.com|

Powerhouse Bar
Enjoy indoor and outdoor drinks at the popular SoMa bar, re-opened. Underwear Thursdays, Flex (July 30), Polesexual, (Aug. 1) and more. 1347 Folsom St. https://www.powerhousebar.com/

Red Hots Burlesque
Enjoy drag and strip shows, music acts and more in online performances.
http://redhotsburlesque.com/

SF Eagle
The famed leather bar, re-opened, has numerous events: The Kink(Dom) Aug 1; Queer Leather Happy Hour Aug. 6. and more next month. 398 12th St. https://thesfeagle.com/

Suavecito @ Space 550
Valentino Presents and Club Papi present a new weekly Latin dance night with DJs Mike, Mr. Biggs, and Lola; Sonora Tropicana band, drag acts by Dorys, Ms.Lola, Delilah BeFierce and Betty Fresas; gogo guys galore, three dance rooms, outdoor lounge. Saturdays, $15-$25. 9:30pm-3am. 550 Barneveld Ave. www.suavecitosf.com

Sundance Saloon
The (mostly) Country music line-dancing, two-stepping night returns in-person August 8, 5pm-10:30pm. $7. Club 500, 550 Barneveld Ave. www.sundancesaloon.org

Thirst Trap Thursdays at Dirty Habit
New weekly event on the heated 5th floor outdoor terrace of Hotel Zelos, $5 benefits the SF Queer Nightlife Fund. 5pm-10pm. 12 4th St. https://www.viceroyhotelsandresorts.com/zelos/dirty-habit

Versus
New queer game show hosted by drag performer Deven Green and musician Ned Douglas. https://watch.revry.tv/details/33707

White Horse Bar
Enjoy outdoor dining and drinks at the famous Oakland bar. 6551 Telegraph Ave., Oakland.


Midnight Mass Podcast  

PODCASTS, RADIO
Being Seen
GLAAD's new podcast focuses on the Black gay and queer male experience, hosted by Darnell Moore, producer of Being Seen and singer, actor and activist, Lawrence "Miss Lawrence" Washington. www.beingseenpodcast.com

Elton John's Rocket Hour
The gay music megastar hosts his weekly music show on Apple. https://www.apple.com/apple-tv-app/

In the Key of Q
Podcast with interviews and music selections by LGBTQ musicians. https://www.inthekeyofq.com/

LGBT Asylum Project Podcast
Creator and host of the LGBTQ Asylum podcast is 28-year-old Sayid Abdul, a queer Uighur refugee who was granted political asylum in 2018. https://www.lgbtasylumproject.org/

Midnight Mass Podcast
Peaches Christ presents an online audio show with Michale Varrati about horror and cult movies; on Apple and Spotify. They and guests Philip R. Ford and Miss X discuss the underground classic Vegas in Space and the upcoming documentary about Doris Fish. http://store.peacheschrist.com/

Out in the Bay
The long-running LGBT radio show, offline for a few years, has returned with new podcast episodes, and an extensive archive. Host Eric Jansen welcomes artists, community leaders and celebrities. New: Queers in Comics with Porfirio Rangel, Gabby Rivera and Luciano Vecchio. https://www.outinthebay.org/

Planet Classroom
Instructional podcasts on a variety of issues, including LGBT subjects. https://www.planetclassroom.world/browse/

Probably True
Podcast with queer stories, "a smutty-but-charming collection of personal misadventures." https://www.probablytruepodcast.com/

The Qube
E3 Radio's black LGBTQ radio show and podcast. https://e3radio.fm/the-qube/

Queer Powers
Indie channel of chats radio shows, vintage zine archives and drag shows. https://www.queerpowers.com/

A Queer Serial
New series of LGBT-themed podcasts with voice actors such as Sam Pancake (Transparent, Gilmore Girls), @lgbt_history's Matthew Reimer, Radical Faeries' Will Roscoe and Joey Cain, and Chicago performers Salvio Gado and Jon Martinez, along with real recordings of pioneers including transgender entertainer Christine Jorgensen, civil rights activist Bayard Rustin, and lesbian journalist Edythe Eyde. https://www.mattachinepod.com/

Queer Nightlife Talks
Blog and links to talks among Bay Area nightlife organizers and producers, with community input and opinions. Tune in, offer assistance or thoughts. sfqueernightlifefund.org

Queercore Podcast
The QueerCore Podcast, hosted by August Bernadicou, elucidates radical, LGBTQ activists' histories; a spotlight on the catalysts who fought in the front-lines, in the back-lines and in the trenches of civil rights. The QueerCore Podcast is an opportunity for them to tell their stories in their own words, including Phyllis Lyon, Don Kilhefner, Jack Fritscher, drag rocker Jayne County, Vanguard Editor Keith St. Clare, a Theater of the Ridiculous oral history, and veteran gay rights activist and prolific author Perry Brass. New: the Rev. Ed Hansen, veteran activist Martha Shelley; community activist Gene Fedorko, pioneering LA gay dance club owner Jewel Thais-Williams, and punk drag rock sensation Jayne County. https://www.queercorepod.com/

Taimi Talks
LGBTQ personalities (Jason Wimberly, Chris Mosier, Monique Heart and others) share guest-talks on various topics, with/on the Taimi app. (Apple Store or Google Play). https://taimi.com/

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