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Joshua Rotter

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Joshua Rotter is a contributing writer for 48 Hills. He’s also written for the San Francisco Bay Guardian, SF Weekly, SF Examiner, SF Chronicle, and CNET.

‘I’ve always been a big fan of punk rock’: John Waters is ready for the Meltdown

Beloved 'Pope of Trash' is back to host the two-day Mosswood Meltdown mini-fest and Thee Stork Club's reopening

Just in time to heat up Pride, Sandra Bernhard comes to ‘Bern It Down’

'Everybody—no matter their sexuality or gender—wakes up with emotions and needs,' says the beloved comedian-singer-actress.

‘There’s no time to waste’: Synth-pop hero Howard Jones opens a new ‘Dialogue’

Coming to Bimbo's with a full band and preparing a new album, the '80s stalwart is baring his soul more than ever.

Always mesh and lace: Modern English still melts with you

The revered New Wave band, future still open wide, plays seminal album 'After the Snow' in its entirety at the Chapel

The chick is fierce: Grag Queen, Brazilian ‘Queen of the Universe,’ glams up SF

The irresistible performer speaks out about growing up gay, trans issues back home, and giving us Brazilian fantasy

Pam and Judd of ‘Real World SF’ remember LGBTQ trailblazer Pedro Zamora

In 'Keep the Cameras Rolling: The Pedro Zamora Way' the iconic series' duo share why the HIV-positive hero mattered.

The Cockettes live wildly on in ‘Eternal Emissions’

The gender-bending, glitter-encrusted spirit of stage anarchy returns, with music by original member Scrumbly

Oaklash explodes with a full week of drag activism, film, parties, cute shows

'I want Oaklash to be the next Treasure Island Music Festival, the next Treasure Island Media,' says founder

‘It was more than rock ‘n roll’: Ben Fong-Torres on SF’s music heyday and ‘Like a Rolling Stone’

A new doc spotlights the iconic rock journalist's experience with legends—and being an Asian American reporter in the '60s and '70s

Rock legend Pete Sears of Moonalice on Jimi, Grace, Jerry, and hitting that psychedelic groove

'You just go for it—and that’s when the roof gets lifted off places,' says the bassist-keyboardist, who's still going strong