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Tag Archives: Gay San Francisco
Get ready folks. It’s time to celebrate Gay San Francisco and Gay Pride, next weekend. Here are some shots from the past to get you in the mood.
I heard that the Castro was trying to discourage Halloween this year and at this writing, I’m not sure what happened. I didn’t go. Just to remember the past Halloweens, I pulled this past post forward; so you could see … Continue reading
This event is *not* for everyone … especially children. If you’re a devout Baptist or from any sect that vaguely resembles a Fundamentalist background, do NOT plan to attend this event. For us more adventurous types, go for it. It … Continue reading
In addition to regular screenings of an eclectic mix of films, there are special screenings of oldies like Mommy Dearest, with guest hostess, Christina Crawford. The list of celebraties is long; so again, go to the web site in the … Continue reading
Take the streetcar The F Line West to The Castro. The Castro was an run down Italian Neighborhood, West of Downtown, that was slowly improved and made popular, predominantly by the gay community. Now it’s filled with fun shops you … Continue reading