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Tagged with: AIDS

‘It’s a celebration’: Madonna pulled out all stops on tour through decades of hits

Firing up Chase Center for a two-night extravaganza, pop's iconic provocateur provided plenty of nostalgia.

Screen Grabs: Rare queer films, from the dawn of Gay Lib to the onset of AIDS

Plus: 'Taste of Things,' 'Totem,' 'Perfect Days,' and a mad dash through 10,000 years of history from a sex worker’s perspective

Arts Forecast: ‘The Wiz’ whisks us right down that Yellow Brick Road

Plus: Danny Glover, Kafana Balkan, Valentine's Gay, Tongues Untied, parallax errors, Bob Dylan Center, more great things to do

COVID safety is a progressive responsibility

Government, media, institutions no longer work to protect us; we need to keep raising our voices and taking action.

Do you hear what Kiki & Herb hear?

The raucous, Tony-nommed cabaret duo are back for a holiday fling, and they've got some Taylor Swift and Billie Eilish in their sack.

Gus Kenworthy, slasher victim? Olympian plays ‘The Sacrifice Game’

Queer ski heartthrob rides another challenge—acting—appearing as hapless janitor in new Shudder flick.

‘Bulrusher’: A California story that wades into fetid weeds

Eisa Davis' 2007 Pulitzer nominee at Berkeley Rep is engrossing, until it succumbs to colorism and misogynoir.

At Trans Film Fest, echoes of nightlife we almost lost to COVID

'Last Call' documents the magic of three beloved queer bars—El Rio, Aunt Charlie's, and the Stud—that might have disappeared

Dan Hoyle’s ‘Border People’ demonstrates the radical empathy we need right now

The long-running solo show channels 11 folks crossing identity-based and geographic borders, and remains a must-see

Spirit of trailblazing gay synth wizard Patrick Cowley still shoots out ‘Menergy’

Event at Tenderloin Museum celebrates SF's Hi-NRG progenitor, as Dark Entries Records releases vast output