Gay gamers convention formally known as GaymerX, is alive and kicking under their new name, GX3: Everyone Games! GX3 will stay in the Bay Area, and will still focus on attracting and creating a safe place for all LGBTQIA gamers to get together and have some fun.
On Market, near the Montgomery BART station.
I rang in the new year right Monday night as a Stoli VIP at the End Up in San Francisco. Nate and I got on the List for their new year’s party sponsored by Stoli and let me tell you, we had a GREAT time.
It’s been years since I was last at the End Up in San Francisco. Guess I’ll be making my triumphant return for New Year’s Eve 2012! You can click the flyer to make it bigger or CLICK HERE to read more about the event at the End Up’s official website. Last I checked there was still room on their VIP list between 8pm and 11pm for free appetizers and cocktails sponsored by Stoli. Woot!
As in the U.S.S Harbor Queen of the Red and White fleet in San Francisco.
‘These Walls Can Speak': GLBT History Museum, SF Heritage Partner for Public Discussion of Queer Historic Preservation
San Francisco — The GLBT History Museum is partnering with San Francisco Architectural Heritage and HeritageYP to sponsor a discussion of the public and private spaces that illuminate the history of gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender life in California. “These Walls Can Speak: Telling the Stories of Queer Places” is set for Thursday, August 16, 6:00 – 8:00 p.m., at the museum, located at 4127 18th St. in the city’s Castro District.