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Saturday, June 10, 2023

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Quaking with fervor at the brothel in ‘The Confession of Lily Dare’

Camp maven Charles Busch's latest at NCTC has all the diva elements, although the execution's airy.

Arts Forecast: National Queer Arts Fest’s spunky ‘murmurations of queer power’

Plus: Bay Area Theater Week, DJ Tony Humphries, Swimming with Lesbians, singalong 'Moana,' more to do

Win a ticket to a Frameline Film Fest movie!

We've got 25 tickets to give away to the world's biggest LGBTQ+ film festival (June 14-24)—here's how to enter.

Shamann Walton’s path—and his message

An autobiography tells of a childhood of drugs, violence, and incarceration—and the change that led to a successful political career.

Letters to the editor: West side demolitions, arts downtown, and the Castro

Our readers talk back and respond to recent stories and news events.

Screen Grabs: The nuanced triumph of ‘Past Lives’

Plus: A journey over the rainbow with 'Lynch/Oz,' surreal Bohemian '70s hijinks in Dalíland. New movies!

‘Past Lives’ actor Greta Lee: ‘This movie should be rated X emotionally’

Director Celine Song and her debut movie's star talk about conveying delicate experiences through humans without superpowers

Os Mutantes and Hermeto Pascoal: Never underestimate a man in a chair

Two Brazilian sages of the avant-garde hit Bay stages, with vibrant energy (and a rubber pig) in tow

Under the Stars: Last Planet breaks out, Buffalo Daughter returns…

Plus: STS9 hit Santa Cruz, Spaceghost gets reworked, and Kuzco brings the 'woop.'

Peaches Christ and Heklina dish up scrumptious TV in ‘Drag Me to Dinner’

New Hulu reality competition show marks last time legendary pair appear together, and it's uproarious as usual.

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