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Tagged with: Pride

Rosebud art gallery blossoms, helping re-queer the TL and Polk Gulch

'Every time the press declares a 'doom loop,' it falls on queers and artists to think outside the box,' say co-founders.

From ‘Drag Race’ to Madonna tour, Bob the Drag Queen rules the world

'San Francisco is incredibly fun, incredibly queer, and so open,' says superstar emcee of 'Celebration Tour.'

Under the Stars: discnogirl kicks off Noise Pop, new jams from Mad Lib, Beth Gibbons, Toro Y Moi…

The incredible Batov label does it again, the 'Mary Shelley of the guitar' returns, more music to love

Pina Bausch’s ‘Rite of Spring’ matched tempestuous weather with fierce intensity

Dancers from 14 African countries—and a piece by legends Acogny and Airaudo—filled Zellerbach with light and heat.

Theatrical spectacularist Taylor Mac: ‘The solution to straight pain is queer joy’

The gonzo performance artist's 'Bark of Millions' is an ecstatic four-hour, 55-song reverse-conversion therapy session.

Screen Grabs: In ‘The Zone of Interest,’ poster children for the Master Race lifestyle

Jonathan Glazer's new film conjures shock from quiet scenes of domesticity just across the wall from Auschwitz.

Food banks to fresh ‘fits, Youth Together provides students with innovative support

Program's creative community-building shines at Skyline High School.

In ‘Portal,’ John King tells the strange and wondrous saga of the Ferry Building

Beloved landmark came with surprising amount of drama and alternate realities, vividly detailed in Chron critic's new book.

What happens when a true metalhead collabs with the Symphony? ‘Drowned in Light’

2022 Emerging Black Composers Project winner Jens Ibsen draws on progressive metal and blackgaze in latest work

‘Custer had it coming’: Duane Linklater’s missives from an Indigenous present

In 'mymothersside' at BAMPFA, the Omaskêko Cree artist considers the importance of anti-colonialist language.