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Tagged with: The Stud

Our top stories of 2023, from Dianne Feinstein to Japanese sandos

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Alaska Thunderfuck’s holiday cabaret delightfully promises ‘as little Christmas music as possible’

SF-bound performer recalls the 'scary and hairy' queens of Heklina's Tr*nnyshack inspiring her own career.

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

Arts Forecast: Civic Center to be flooded with drag queens, fabulously

Join 'The Show.' Plus: How Weird, Bearrison, APAture, Kal Penn, Dreamers' Circus, 111 Minna turns 30, more to do

Party Radar: Quick ‘n dirty guide to Folsom 2023 parties

Disco Daddy, Queerbait, Power Snatch, Horse Meat Disco, Whip Appeal, Sub Mission, Holesome Folsom—these are just a few!

We’re reopening the Stud—here’s why it matters

Amid the global backlash to LGBTQ rights, one of SF's oldest queer bars returns as a beacon of safety and love

Suck on this: The eviction-fueled, Web 1.0 dykesploitation of ‘Sugar High Glitter City’ returns

Directors of iconic 2001 lesbian ensemble film reflect on the eve of its SF PornFilmFestival screenings.

Donna Sachet and a pizza with everything: ‘Sunday’s a Drag’ returns, fabulously

With a new venue (Club Fugazi), new food, and a slate of seasoned performers, the musical drag brunch hits the spot

Immersive ‘We Build Houses Here’ morphs drag club into heartbreaking shipwreck

Detour's production an ode to things lost—yes, including Mission Pie and The Stud.

Castro gathers around the jumbotrons to say goodbye to Heklina on Tue/23

Massive memorial organized by Peaches Christ will spill from Castro Theatre into the street.