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Tagged with: LGBT

Ruffled muppet slaughterhouse? Another Hole in the Head still stocks the campiest of gore

Film festival's 20th edition features 1920 classic 'Dr. Caligari,' ice mummies—and even Freddy Krueger as waterbed.

Live Shots: Kim Petras danced with the Devil (and a discoball dick) at Bill Graham

The unstoppable star lit up a Halloween crowd, with a performance that pumped some subversion back into pop

A view of ‘Bay Area Now 9’: Protective orishas, booming speakers, and complex queries

30 Bay Area creatives receive their due inside the well-resourced art institution's walls.

A 24-hour celebration of banned queer books? Come get ‘Read for Filth’

Fabulosa Books in the Castro hosts a full, affirming day of literature, storytelling, performance, and more for Books Not Bans

The local record and legacy of Dianne Feinstein

Let's celebrate her accomplishments. But there's another story that needs to be told. I was there.

Pride Parade debris transformed into sparkling art (for queer mental health)

In Schlomer Haus Gallery's "What Remains," 10 artists metamorphize rainbow trash into expressions of community.

A trans immigrant fleeing persecution tries to get asylum—and just get by—in SF. It’s not easy

Millions face pervasive discrimination and unjustifiable violence at home. Some come here seeking asylum in the true sense of the word. This is one story

Arts Forecast: International Arts Fest hits stride, Audium throws back, Juneteenth blows up

Plus: Goldie, Wesli, Veronica Klaus, Blake Cedric, Otep, Southern Culture on the Skids, more to do this weekend

Screen Grabs: Pride—and queer film—is busting out all over

From John Waters and Gay Girls Riding Club to International Male, rainbow celluloid season heats up

Screen Grabs: Penelope Cruz given many reasons to cry in ‘L’immensita’

Plus: Paul Schrader's 'Master Gardener' is worthy, if mixed, effort and important doc on film preservation premieres.