San Francisco Gay Men’s Chorus
The audience was on their feet before raconteur, writer and de facto social historian Armistead Maupin regaled the audience without resorting to the old saw, he said, of “walking ten miles through the snow for a blow job."
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Raises much-needed funds for Harvey Milk Civil Rights Academy.
The San Francisco Gay Men's Chorus today announced they will open its 38th season with Crescendo Turns 10! An annual fundraiser, the event features (fabulous) live and silent auctions, food, an open bar reception and will be held at the Ritz-Carlton. Crescendo Turns 10! takes place October 11, 2015. “With nine years of...
From the high camp of Nancyboy (topped with a fascinator and moving gracefully in towering platforms) riffing off Joel Grey to an exquisitely nuanced “Send in the Clowns,” the artistic caliber of these two hundred and fifty hunky sweaty guys left nothing on the table.
When Google paid $1.65 billion in stock for YouTube in 2006 I suspected a movement was afoot. Soon thereafter other services such as Netflix and Hulu would cause a generation to "cut the cord."
I was invited to check out Beach Blanket Babylon rehearsing with the SF Gay Men's Chorus. Somewhere in an unknown location deep within the City is the scene you see here in this special behind-the-scenes Stark Insider TV segment.