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Tagged with: AIDS

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.

Puff: Celebrate the high holidays—it’s time for Pride

All the weed you need to assemble your essential stoner Pride pack. Plus, Puff wants to party with you!

In a time of attacks, Frameline46 brings LGBTQ+ curiosity and joy

10 picks, plus our in-depth guide to the huge queer film fest, from International Male flamboyance to butch Georgian drama

Arts Forecast: The AIDS Quilt comes to Golden Gate Park

Plus: Fleetmac Wood, Lauren Tabak, Berkeley Symphony's 50th, arts for Ukraine, Eiko Ishibashi, Jungle Rot, Aurat, more

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.

85-minute lipsync becomes theater star’s joy in ‘Dana H.’

Jordan Baker speaks to the rigor involved in portraying the true-life tale of a chaplain counselor's five-month abduction.

Screen Grabs: The Shattuck shutters; consolation comes with poet’s blood and porno chic

Plus: A strange and roaming Italian 'Tale of King Crab,' siblings confront the past in 'Montana Story,' more movies

Arts Forecast: 10 great things to do this week, from Gran Fury to ‘Much Ado’

Soul man Lee Fields, Blectum from Blechdom returns, a drag Hall & Oates tribute, Lab dance-a-thon, more to get you fired up.

Passion for degraded materials: a conversational bibliography of Dodie Bellamy

From 'Feminine Hijinx' to 'Bee Reaved,' the quintessential SF writer talks art, life, 'Frozen,' E.T., and grief through her published works.

Queer identity churns beneath religion, politics in ‘Drowning in Cairo’

Adam Ashraf Elsayigh's new time-jumping play examines the lives of three complex Muslim characters