Articles by Michie Ortiz
Friday, June 22
Celebrate Pride with Off the Grid at Fort Mason on June 22nd.
Live drag makeovers from Juanita MORE & Powerblouse
Live performance by Gringa
Pride Swizzle cocktail feature (Bulleit bourbon, mint, maple, lemon, Peychaud’s bitters)
On June 22nd, fnnch will release 28 new hand-painted multiples, including new honey bears, lips, and cans of LaCroix. These works will be spray paint on plywood or canvas and from limited editions.
Rare Street Artist “fnnch” Art Show: Honey Bears, Lips and LaCroix
Friday, June 22, …
Join and sing along, some beautifully, others badly, but all in good fun and at the top of your lungs – and enjoy complimentary snacks and beverages.
Free Community Movie Night “Rent Sing-Along”
Friday, June 22, 2018 | 7 pm to 10 pm
Berkeley Methodist United Church, 1710 …
Variety performer this week is Katerina Countiss.
Comics will include:
Haley Bentham Archdeacon
Saturday, June 23
Besides the outdoor marches and gatherings, one of Pride SF’s most public displays is the giant cloth pink triangle installed for the weekend at the top of Twin Peaks to remember gay victims of the Holocaust.
The pink triangle was used by the Nazis in concentration camps …
Come out for a dog-gone good time as Diablo Ballet presents the 3rd Annual PAWS de Tutu dog festival on Saturday, June 23rd, at the Lafayette Reservoir.
Benefiting Diablo Ballet’s PEEK (Performing Arts Education & Enrichment for Kids) Youth Outreach Program, this PAWsome day includes:
Demo – Oh …
I bought a ’30 Ford wagon and we call it a woody (Surf City, here we come). You know it’s not very cherry, it’s an oldie but a goody (Surf City, here we come). – Jan & Dean
Come to Santa Cruz and meet the Woodie, the …
Music of the ’30s and ’40s, antique cars, vintage motors, children’s crafts, and craftspeople will bring back memories of yesteryear at the annual Blossom Festival in the Saratoga Civic Center. Produced the the Saratoga Historical Foundation, the free event is reminiscent of the original Blossom Festival …
Celebrate Pride weekend at the Oakland’s Drag Queen and King Story Hour, with face painting, lawn games, craft and science projects, a book giveaway and more.
Pride Celebration: Drag Queen & King Story Hour & Book Giveaway
Saturday, June 23, 2018 | 10 am to 1 pm
Dimond Park, 3860 …
This year, is the bicentennial of Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley’s novel, “Frankenstein”; or, The Modern Prometheus. Why does a 200-year-old ghost story continue to feel so relevant?
It’s important to remember that the Frankenstein of Hollywood and pop culture – Boris Karloff, The Munsters or Rocky …
Bring the whole family to celebrate the Dyke March at the annual potluck-style brunch at Dolores Park’s fantastic playground. Please bring a dish to share.
Please register for accommodations that would help your family participate to the fullest.
This event is free. Donations through registration or on-site are appreciated. …
Join the rally at Dolores Park and then a march through Castro Street back to Dolores Park. Enjoy the speeches, camaraderie, and the music of our many talented artists who will perform on the day.
The San Francisco Dyke March is an annual rally and march …
Take to the waters to celebrate the annual Summer Sailstice featuring free sailboat rides, a Boat Building Contest, exhibits, seminars, live music and more.
Summer Sailstice brings together everyone who loves wind, water and sailing. Sail in, motor in, or just come down for a full weekend of sailing, …
You’re invited to the Burner family reunion picnic and the last hoorah before they head for the desert at this South Bay and East Bay joint picnic on June 23, 2018.
Free, but an RSVP is requested.
This is a get-together is for the entire community, and they’re …
Ahoy! You are invited to a very special event. A boat race. Some basic materials will be provided to build your own vessel on site but you are welcome to bring a ship you built at home.
The only restriction (if you are after the prizes …