Monday, May 31, 2010

Reminder: Radical Vinyl: El Rio Dollar Mondays @ Mon May 31 9pm - Tue Jun 1, 2010 12am (Queer Things)

Radical Vinyl: El Rio Dollar Mondays

dj etcetera (2nd and 4th mondays)
spinning electro, disco, soul and 80's hip-hop
and 1st and 4th mondays
with dj jen
Come enjoy the lovely heated patio, take advantage of the cheap drinks and let the DJs broaden your horizons at the most diverse dive in the city. $1 cans of PBR! $2 WELL shots/mixed drinks! 21+ 9pm-1am. EL RIO - 3158 Mission Street, San Francisco.
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Mon May 31 9pm – Tue Jun 1, 2010 12am Pacific Time
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Reminder: Bay Area Young Positives drop-in group @ Mon May 31 7pm - 9pm (Queer Things)

Bay Area Young Positives drop-in group

Drop-in support group for young HIV positive people. Call Logan for more info logan@baypositives.org, (415) 487-1616. http://www.baypositives.org
When
Mon May 31 7pm – 9pm Pacific Time
Where
701 Oak Street San Francisco, CA 94117 (map)
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Reminder: The San Francisco LGBTQ Sangha @ Mon May 31 5:30pm - 6:30pm (Queer Things)

The San Francisco LGBTQ Sangha

The San Francisco LGBTQ Sangha Welcomes You. We invite you to our weekly meditation sitting group. Our group meets from 5:30 to 6:30pm each Monday, except holidays, and have been meeting since July 2002. We explore mindfulness, meditation, and spiritual practice in our day to day lives and focus on cultivating an open awareness spacious enough to include whatever arises moment to moment. It is a wonderful way to bring closure to your activities of the day. Format: meditation 30 min, topic discussion, dharma talk, or guest speaker 20-25 min short sitting 3-5 min. There group sustains itself through voluntary donations which in the Buddhist tradition is called the practice of "dana" or generosity. It is a drop-in group, so please join us in supporting and deepening our collective mindfulness practice. For more information, please emailSFLGBTsangha@yahoogroups.com -- Location: LGBT Community Center, 1800 Market Street, Room 300

http://www.maxkelly.info/sangha.html

When
Mon May 31 5:30pm – 6:30pm Pacific Time
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Reminder: Donation Based Yoga with Laura Arrington @ Mon May 31 9:15am - 10:45am (Queer Things)

Donation Based Yoga with Laura Arrington

Donation Based Yoga with Laura Arrington
Sun Room Yoga Studio
2390 Mission @20th 3rd floor
Mondays and Wednesdays 9:15-10:45am
$10-20 suggested, but no one turned away for lack of funds
lbarring@gmail.com
http://www.lauraarringtondance/yoga
When
Mon May 31 9:15am – 10:45am Pacific Time
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Sunday, May 30, 2010

Reminder: Radio: Coming Out from Behind the Badge @ Sun May 30 8pm - 9pm (Queer Things)

Radio: Coming Out from Behind the Badge

Coming OUt from Behind the Badge: Radio documentary about being gay, lesbian or bisexual in law enforcement.
It premieres tonight on north bay radio station KRCB Radio 91.1 FM Streaming At http:/www.krcb.org

http://www.comingoutfrombehindthebadge.com/

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Sun May 30 8pm – 9pm Pacific Time
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Reminder: Honey Sundays at Paradise Lounge @ Sun May 30 8pm - Mon May 31, 2010 2am (Queer Things)

Honey Sundays at Paradise Lounge

Obama is president and change is amidst. Honey couldn't ask for a better moment to spark its new project, a weekly Sunday night affair at Paradise Lounge in San Francisco's SOMA district! We have been teasing you about it for months now and we are so excited the pary is finally here! Honey Soundsystem has been a roaming party for over a year now, bringing you to so many San Francisco venues it would be tiring to list them all. We've have been buzzing around so much our little wings are spent. Luckily, just in time for the seasonal change in weather, we have found a hive to call home! This Sunday November 9th, Honey Soundsystem will start is new weekly residency at the newly renovated Paradise Lounge. Located on the corner of 11th and Folsom, smack dab on the border of SF's SOMA and Mission districts, we have been dreaming of adding a dancefloor to your Sunday folsom bar crawl! Settling into a place we can call home, we will be bringing you everything you have come to expect us bee's and more (we already have very special guests on their way!). So grab that yellow highlighter and aim it for the 7th day of the week, break out your Sunday's best, cause we are gonna start slapping that ass of your weekend.

Honey Sundays
Hard Energy Every Sunday Night
Honey Residents: PeePlay, Ken Vulsion, Kendig, Robot Hustle, and Josh Cheon
8pm - 2am -- Starting this Sunday November 9th
Paradise Lounge on 11th + Folsom
1501 Folsom Street in SOMA
FREE

http://www.myspace.com/honeysoundsystem
When
Sun May 30 8pm – Mon May 31, 2010 2am Pacific Time
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Reminder: Cockettes revival: Hot Greeks at Hypnodrome @ Sun May 30 7pm - 8pm (Queer Things)

Cockettes revival: Hot Greeks at Hypnodrome

Hot Greeks:
College rhythm meets the Peloponnesian War in our revival of the 1972 Cockettes musical extravaganza HOT GREEKS. The show is loosely based on Aristophanes's LYSISTRATA and is set to the sounds of the big-band hit parade of the 1940's. It is the fabled and fabulous Cockettes' only other scripted book musical besides PEARLS OVER SHANGHAI. May 2 – June 27, 2010 Thursdays at 8:00 PM and Sundays at 7:00 PM
http://thrillpeddlers.com/
The Hypnodrome
575 10th Street
San Francisco, CA 94103
415-377-4202
When
Sun May 30 7pm – 8pm Pacific Time
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Reminder: Sundance Saloon returns to 550 @ Sun May 30 5pm - 10:30pm (Queer Things)

Sundance Saloon returns to 550

Double-check the website, but after August away, Sundance Saloon should be back at 550 Barneveld. Sundance Saloon is for country-western dancing, serving the gay-lesbian-bisexual-transgender community and its friends. Dance lessons at 5:30, 7 pm open dancing. At $5. http://sundancesaloon.org/
When
Sun May 30 5pm – 10:30pm Pacific Time
Where
550 Barneveld Ave., in San Francisco (map)
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Reminder: Salsa Sundays at El Rio @ Sun May 30 3pm - 8pm (Queer Things)

Salsa Sundays at El Rio

El Rio presents
SALSA SUNDAYS with CANDELA!

Time: Doors open 3pm - Showtime 4:15pm
Cost: $8
What: Live salsa music w/ CANDELA! —Salsa class 3:15-4:15—Large & lush open-air Patio— Large & lively SF crowd—Free BBQ from 3pm (until it runs out!)
Two Bars—Drink Specials All Day—Door Prizes—Friendly staff
Who: Join us this Sunday as we welcome back Edgardo Cambon & CANDELA!


Where: El Rio - a neighborhood bar with a heck of a lot to offer.
3158 Mission St (@ Cesar Chavez), San Francisco, CA 94110. (415) 282-3325
Always 21 & Over

Public info: (415) 282-3325 and http://www.elriosf.com/
Contact: Dawn
When
Sun May 30 3pm – 8pm Pacific Time
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Reminder: Masturbate-a-thon at the Center for Sex and Culture @ Sun May 30 3pm - 10pm (Queer Things)

Masturbate-a-thon at the Center for Sex and Culture

In 1995, just months after US Surgeon General Joycelyn Elders had been fired for mildly pro-masturbation remarks, Good Vibrations launched National Masturbation Month. Dedicated to increasing discussion and ending the stigma surrounding self-pleasure, San Francisco's Center for Sex & Culture developed a live group version of the masturbate-a-thon, and on Sunday, May 30th, people will gather at CSC to masturbate (or watch from the audience area) and earn donations based on the pledges they've gathered. Hosted by Good Vibrations Staff Sexologist Dr. Carol Queen and porn superstar Nina Hartley, with Feminist Porn Award winner Jiz Lee and other special guests, the 2010 Masturbate-a-Thon will be the CSC's largest annual fundraiser. Online live feed (as well as a no-press, no-camera area) will be available; more details coming soon!
When: Sunday, May 30th.
Time: visit http://www.masturbate-a-thon.com for details
Where: Center for Sex and Culture. 1519 Mission Street (btw. 11th Street and S. Van Ness) – 2nd floor. If you need handicap access, please inform us in advance for a phone number to call upon arrival.
http://www.masturbate-a-thon.com
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Sun May 30 3pm – 10pm Pacific Time
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Reminder: Out in the Bay radio show @ Sun May 30 2pm - 2:30pm (Queer Things)

Out in the Bay radio show

LGBT radio show [Also broadcast Thursdays at 7:30 pm] On KALW, 91.7 FM. http://www.outinthebay.net/
When
Sun May 30 2pm – 2:30pm Pacific Time
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Reminder: FCC Free Radio: Lilycat on Stuff @ Sun May 30 12pm - 2pm (Queer Things)

FCC Free Radio: Lilycat on Stuff

Now "Lilycat on stuff' is on Sundays - 12-2PM on
FCCFREERADIO 107.3 FM SAN FRANCISCO'S ALTERNATIVE RADIO
On the web at: http://FCCFREERADIO.com http://www.lilycat.com/
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Sun May 30 12pm – 2pm Pacific Time
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Saturday, May 29, 2010

Reminder: "Fox Den" (Home Theater Festival) @ Sat May 29 8pm - 9pm (Queer Things)

"Fox Den" (Home Theater Festival)

Sat 5/29, 8pm
"Fox Den"
66 Balmy Alley, SF
Laura Arrington
Patrick Ferrerri

Part of Home Theater Festival
http://philiphuangpresents.blogspot.com/

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Sat May 29 8pm – 9pm Pacific Time
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Reminder: Gay Shame Meetings at Modern Times @ Sat May 29 5:30pm - 7pm (Queer Things)

Gay Shame Meetings at Modern Times

GAY SHAME is a Virus in the System. We are committed to a queer extravaganza that brings direct action to astounding levels of theatricality. We will not be satisfied with a commercialized gay identity that denies the intrinsic links between queer struggle and challenging power. We seek nothing less than a new queer activism that foregrounds race, class, gender and sexuality, to counter the self-serving
"values" of gay consumerism and the increasingly hypocritical left. We are dedicated to fighting the rabid assimilationist monster with a devastating mobilization of queer brilliance. GAY SHAME is a celebration of resistance: all are welcome. GAY SHAME meets every Saturday in the Tede Mathews Reading Room of Modern Times Bookstore @ 888 Valencia btw 19th + 20th. Meeting time is 5:30PM, which means that people begin to arrive at 5:30PM and we start the meeting no later than 5:45PM. In addition, we often hold smaller meetings throughout the week to plan specific actions and activities. http://www.gayshamesf.org
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Sat May 29 5:30pm – 7pm Pacific Time
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Reminder: Trans March Benefit at El Rio @ Sat May 29 3pm - 7:30pm (Queer Things)

Trans March Benefit at El Rio

Trans March Benefit

El Rio
3158 Mission Street
San Francisco, CA, 94110

Please join the San Francisco Trans March for a fantastic afternoon of music, comedy, and dancing on the patio of El Rio! $7 - $15 (no one turned away)

Featuring:
Shawna Virago,
Alexandra Byerly,
Ashleyt Guarchaj,
Red Durkin,
Storm Miguel Florez,
MCs Anna Rivera and Luis Gutierrez-Mock,
*and more*

http://www.transmarch.org/

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Sat May 29 3pm – 7:30pm Pacific Time
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Reminder: Art show: Cameron Gray at Robert Berman / E6 Gallery @ Sat May 29 1pm - 5pm (Queer Things)

Art show: Cameron Gray at Robert Berman / E6 Gallery

Cameron Gray: "It's all Downhill from Here"
Where: ROBERT BERMAN / E6 GALLERY, 1632 Market Street, San Francisco, CA 94102.
When: March 20, 2010- June 2010
Tel: 415.558.9975
Web Site: http://www.robertbermangallery.com

Robert Berman / E6 Gallery is pleased to present a solo exhibition by Los Angeles artist Cameron Gray. Los Angeles art critic Peter Frank declares, "Cameron Gray has become a master of a kind of collage whose formal roots are in century-old trick technology but whose spiritual sources are in surrealism and pop art." Like Photomosaics, Gray's paintings exist on two visual levels. Each painting is made up of a large number of smaller paintings on 3" x 4" wood tiles. Visually, things are not what they seem. As you look closer the larger image breaks down to reveal the smaller paintings that transform a simple portrait into numerous separate cells, which have their unique properties that differ from one another. For instance, The Pornification of Everything, is a portrait of Mona Lisa made from 900 paintings of hardcore pornography and Can't See the Forest is an 8' x 15' painting of a forest made from 2,200 paintings depicting traffic, factories, urbanity and violence.

Behind Gray's art is his work with digital, network manufacturing. His work begins as digital studies, which are divided into hundreds of small pieces and then outsourced, to be painted, by other artists, colleagues and Facebook friends. By breaking the painting down into a grid of pixels and outsourcing the work, Gray builds a virtual factory by way of the Internet. The smaller images used are thematic and play a vital role in the depiction of the larger image. This modern approach is used to create what appears to be a traditional oil painting.

Frank expresses, "If there is a political or even social message in this, it is the viewer's, not the artist's. Then again, the artist is asking the viewer to zoom in and zoom out in order to "read" pictures in, and out of, other pictures. The multi-leveling of perception in this case is itself a statement about – or, perhaps, demonstration of – how we perceive the world. That is, we understand contemporary life and its newly digitized landscape as a sum of pixels that comprise some sort of whole – albeit a whole that is itself unstable and threatens to fall apart into its components every time we walk outside, talk with one another, or even boot up and log on. As such, Cameron Gray's assemblages are the faces of our present reality. They are not the faces we see in the mirror, but the faces we see on one another – and on our many screens. They are animations made from many, many stills." Or as Gray puts it, "At times the act of viewing itself becomes very physical or like a strange dance. The viewer must walk forward, then backward or lean in very close to see the work. I want the viewing experience to be visual, physical and conceptual all at once."

ROBERT BERMAN / E6 GALLERY
1632 Market Street, San Francisco, CA 94102
Web: http://www.robertbermangallery.com
Tel: 415.558.9975

When
Sat May 29 1pm – 5pm Pacific Time
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Reminder: Faerie Coffee now at Celtic Coffee Company @ Sat May 29 12pm - 1:30pm (Queer Things)

Faerie Coffee now at Celtic Coffee Company

Faerie Coffee meets on Saturday at the Celtic Coffee Company, 142 McAllister between Leavenworth and Hyde, around noon (stick around in case people are late.)
http://www.radfae.org
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Sat May 29 12pm – 1:30pm Pacific Time
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Reminder: Boredom = Death: The Popstitutes 86-95 at Goteblud @ Sat May 29 12pm - 5pm (Queer Things)

Boredom = Death: The Popstitutes 86-95 at Goteblud

Boredom = Death: The Popstitutes 86-95
At Goteblud, 766 Valencia, San Francisco
http://goteblud.com

Starting Saturday, 3/20/10
Opening reception Saturday, 3/27/10 6-8pm
On display weekends from 12-5pm through 5/29/10

In 1986, three no-account gay barflies decided to fight back against the rising tide of Reagan-era conformity, complacency, and consumerism by forming an agit-prop band: The Popstitutes. Combining tape loops, live instruments, and seriously off-key vocals with a costume-heavy stage show, the band evolved a lewd, experimental, confrontational, and defiantly queer style of postmodern performance-protest. Throughout the late '80s, the group played at both night clubs and demonstrations (as well as an acid orgy, college, nude beach, ice cream parlor, and Tupperware Party) whilst expanding to include a revolving cast of unique talents and exhibitionistic oddballs.

The Popstitutes perfected a proto-rave, club-kid sensibility by way of a sincere DIY punk ethos, channelling anger and outrage into a festive party atmosphere, a defiant statement amidst the morose climate of an epidemic that had cast a dark shadow across San Francisco's artistic landscape. In their own words: "Dare to be Groovy!"

In 1990, the Popstitutes begat Klubstitute, an anything-goes queer cabaret they hoped would encourage others to adopt their ethos of unfettered self-expression. Launched at The Crystal Pistol, a Mission District dive bar, and thereafter floating around the city, Klubstitute presented underage punk bands, spoken word, drag kings and queens, poetry, avant garde music, art, theme nights, games, film screenings, and the gender-bending theatrical mash-ups of Tony Vaguely's stage troupe, the Sick & Twisted Players. Klubstitute MC and Popstitutes frontman, Diet - self-named as an homage to Princess Di and E.T. - believed that everyone should be a producer, as well as a consumer, of culture and constantly dragooned audience members into performing. The resulting interactive bedlam stood in stark contrast to the generic meat-markets that typified more predictable gay night spots.

In 1995, Diet succumbed to AIDS, effectively ending the group, the club, and the era. The formidable impact of the Popstitutes and Klubstitute on San Francisco's artistic community can be measured by the innumerable clubs, bands, performers and artists today who count them among their inspirations.

Gotebl├╝d is proud to present a mixed-media installation of paper ephemera - flyers, letters, zines, lyrics and handbills - along with banners, photographs and mylar party ornaments, paying homage to the playful fluorescent chaos that the Popstitutes are known for.


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Sat May 29 12pm – 5pm Pacific Time
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Reminder: Victorian Home Walk Tour @ Sat May 29 11am - 12pm (Queer Things)

Victorian Home Walk Tour

The Victorian Home Walk Tour is an exciting way to explore San Francisco and to appreciate and discover the difference between, Queen Anne, Italianate, and Stick-Style Victorian architecture. You'll view the lushly decorated interior of a Queen Anne Style Victorian and discover over 200 meticulously restored Victorians while strolling past meticulously manicured Pacific Heights gardens.

The Victorian Home Walk Tour is great for those who want a "stay-cation," tour, a weekend activity close by, or maybe have friends and family in town and need something fun to do. You can't take a tour bus to these locations! Truly amaze yourself and/or your guests with the knowledge you'll gain from this light-hearted, easy walking tour. Imagine how impressed your friends will be with your architectural and historic knowledge of the city.

See famous locations like the "Mrs. Doubtfire House," and the "Party of Five" home while you enjoy spectacular picturesque views of San Francisco Bay, including Golden Gate Bridge and Alcatraz. You've seen these views in countless movies and postcards, now you can experience them for yourself.
This non-athletic walking tour lasts approximately 2 1/2 hours, including transportation to Pacific Heights from Union Square, a stroll through the best Victorian neighborhoods, and a visit inside a beautifully fully restored Queen Anne Victorian.
No tickets or reservations are required. Gather in Union Square on the corner of Powell and Post Streets (across from Saks Fifth Avenue). Tour starts at 11:00am. Your guide arrives at 10:55am. Look for the bright yellow sign that says "Victorian Home Walk." The cost is just $25 per person, cash only. Price includes roundtrip bus transportation between Union Square and Pacific Heights. Everyone will also receive a free souvenir at end of the journey. Come discover these hidden gems of San Francisco!

For more information go to our website at: http://www.victorianwalk.com or call us at (415) 252-9485, You can also e-mail victorianwalk@yahoo.com.
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Sat May 29 11am – 12pm Pacific Time
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Friday, May 28, 2010

Reminder: Dominika Bednarska features at Queer Open Mic at MOdern T... @ Fri May 28 7:30pm - 8:30pm (Queer Things)

Dominika Bednarska features at Queer Open Mic at MOdern Times

Queer Open Mic. sign up at 7 show at 7:30,
Modern times Bookstore,
888 Valenicia St.
Wheelchair accessible.

Dominika Bednarska has been featured at open mics in bookstores since she was about fourteen. Her writing has appeared in The Bellevue Literary Review, Nobody Passes: Rejecting the Rules of Gender and Conformity, What I Want From You: An Anthology of East Bay Lesbian Poets, Niet Normaal: Difference On Display, and Cripping Femme. She is currently working on a solo show entitled My Body Love Story as part of the AIRspace residency program and the National Queer Arts Festival. It is also cosponsored by FabledASP. Using humor, monologues and dance, My Body Love Story chronicles one of the most important relationships that we have: the one with our own body. In her spare time, she teaches at Berkeley and works on her PhD

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Fri May 28 7:30pm – 8:30pm Pacific Time
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Reminder: Live Music at Dolores Park Cafe @ Fri May 28 7:30pm - 9:30pm (Queer Things)

Live Music at Dolores Park Cafe

Live Music, see http://www.doloresparkcafe.org for featured performers. Dolores Park Cafe, 501 Dolores at 18th St., SF
When
Fri May 28 7:30pm – 9:30pm Pacific Time
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Dolores Park Cafe, 501 Dolores at 18th St., San Francisco (map)
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Reminder: Sharon Hazel Township Live at Dolores Park Cafe @ Fri May 28 7pm - 8pm (Queer Things)

Sharon Hazel Township Live at Dolores Park Cafe

Sharon Hazel Township Live at Dolores Park Cafe Friday May 28th 7pm


San Diego singer-songwriter Sharon Hazel and her band play an acoustic set. Folk rock/jazz. 4 2Day featuring San Francisco's Lou Evans will also perform.

Dolores Park Cafe
501 Dolores St
San Francisco, CA 94110
All Ages
$0 - $10
When
Fri May 28 7pm – 8pm Pacific Time
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Reminder: Critical Mass bike ride @ Fri May 28 5:30pm - 6:30pm (Queer Things)

Critical Mass bike ride

Last Friday of every month, Critical Mass bike ride meets at Pee Wee Herman plaza by the Embarcadero. http://www.sfcriticalmass.org blog & faq
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Fri May 28 5:30pm – 6:30pm Pacific Time
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Reminder: Free Your Mind: Queer Youth Arts & Crafts @ Fri May 28 4pm - 7pm (Queer Things)

Free Your Mind: Queer Youth Arts & Crafts

Free Your Mind: Queer Youth Arts & Crafts:
A program of the SF LGBT Center Youth Program and Bay Positives.
A weekly arts & crafts community night for young queers (ages 26 and under)
Every Friday from 4-7 at Bay Positives (701 Oak @ Fillmore, MUNI 22, 71, 6, N-line)
Come get involved with a group of your queer & trans peers who are focused on creating a community voice for young LGBT people in the San Francisco area through various kinds of art & performance: painting, origami, candy beads, clay and sculpture, stenciling & spraypainting, jewelry making, bedazzling, drawing, screenprinting, fashion design, drag & music! Free pizza, snacks, and safe sex supplies! At Free Your Mind you are free to be yourself, uncensored! Come help us plan a benefit for the Center Youth Program. You can earn $100 for your creativity! Email beck@sfcenter.org for more info.
http://Sfcenter.org/youth.php
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Fri May 28 4pm – 7pm Pacific Time
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Reminder: Victorian Home Walk Tour @ Fri May 28 11am - 12pm (Queer Things)

Victorian Home Walk Tour

The Victorian Home Walk Tour is an exciting way to explore San Francisco and to appreciate and discover the difference between, Queen Anne, Italianate, and Stick-Style Victorian architecture. You'll view the lushly decorated interior of a Queen Anne Style Victorian and discover over 200 meticulously restored Victorians while strolling past meticulously manicured Pacific Heights gardens.

The Victorian Home Walk Tour is great for those who want a "stay-cation," tour, a weekend activity close by, or maybe have friends and family in town and need something fun to do. You can't take a tour bus to these locations! Truly amaze yourself and/or your guests with the knowledge you'll gain from this light-hearted, easy walking tour. Imagine how impressed your friends will be with your architectural and historic knowledge of the city.

See famous locations like the "Mrs. Doubtfire House," and the "Party of Five" home while you enjoy spectacular picturesque views of San Francisco Bay, including Golden Gate Bridge and Alcatraz. You've seen these views in countless movies and postcards, now you can experience them for yourself.
This non-athletic walking tour lasts approximately 2 1/2 hours, including transportation to Pacific Heights from Union Square, a stroll through the best Victorian neighborhoods, and a visit inside a beautifully fully restored Queen Anne Victorian.
No tickets or reservations are required. Gather in Union Square on the corner of Powell and Post Streets (across from Saks Fifth Avenue). Tour starts at 11:00am. Your guide arrives at 10:55am. Look for the bright yellow sign that says "Victorian Home Walk." The cost is just $25 per person, cash only. Price includes roundtrip bus transportation between Union Square and Pacific Heights. Everyone will also receive a free souvenir at end of the journey. Come discover these hidden gems of San Francisco!

For more information go to our website at: http://www.victorianwalk.com or call us at (415) 252-9485, You can also e-mail victorianwalk@yahoo.com.
When
Fri May 28 11am – 12pm Pacific Time
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Thursday, May 27, 2010

Reminder: Tubesteak Connection at Aunt Charlie's @ Thu May 27 10pm - Fri May 28, 2010 12am (Queer Things)

Tubesteak Connection at Aunt Charlie's

Every Thursday: Tubesteak Connection @ Aunt Charlie's Lounge. There's a new junkie on the block! Straight from the armpit of SOMA to the bowels of the TL, incorrigible retro/electro vinyl addict DJ Bus Station John ("Trash"/ "The ROD") continues the downward spiral of his career with his weekly club "The Tubesteak Connection" @ Aunt Charlies Lounge. Get liquored-up cheap ($2.50 well/beer all nite) and cruise your fellow cockgobblers, self-suckers, carpet grinders, and crotch-stuffers to the synthesized sounds of a forgotten era: late 70s/ early 80s gay bar & bathhouse hi-NRG, Eurodisco, NYC no-wave, disco rarities and more. $3.00. At Aunt Charlie's, 133 Turk Street (btwn Jones + Taylor) http://www.auntcharlieslounge.com
When
Thu May 27 10pm – Fri May 28, 2010 12am Pacific Time
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Aunt Charlie's (map)
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larrybob@gmail.com - creator

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