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‘Paradise City’ Set to Rock Josephine Theatre

‘Paradise City’ Set to Rock Josephine Theatre

On Friday, October 20, Paradise City: A Rock and Roll Fable will premiere at the Josephine Theatre. According to the Paradise City Rocks website, “The music tells the story of a dreamer named Jimmy as he and his band mates, The Heroes, seek to find their place in the world. When they arrive in Paradise

Fiesta Youth’s Halloween Hocus Pocus Fundraiser Marks Fourth Year

Fiesta Youth’s Halloween Hocus Pocus Fundraiser Marks Fourth Year

The fall party season would not be complete without Fiesta Youth’s annual Halloween Hocus Pocus fundraiser, which this year slated for October 21 at the Arbor House Suites in the heart of downtown San Antonio. The Arbor House Suites, the city’s only gay-owned bed and breakfast, consists of four, 125-year-old two-story Queen Ann Colonial Revival

SA LGBT Car Club to Host Golden Ghouls Auto Show on Main Avenue Strip

SA LGBT Car Club to Host Golden Ghouls Auto Show on Main Avenue Strip

With Halloween just around the corner, the San Antonio Classic Chassis Car Club will host the Golden Ghouls Car Show on October 21 in the parking garage above Luther’s Cafe. The local chapter of Classic Chassis is affiliated with the Lambda Car Club which nationwide has over 2200 members who are the owners of over 1700

SA Coming Out Day to be Celebrated at Mission Marquee Plaza

SA Coming Out Day to be Celebrated at Mission Marquee Plaza

The San Antonio LGBT Chamber of Commerce is planning to celebrate the the 29th anniversary of National Coming Out Day on October 14 at Mission Marquee Plaza on the city’s Southeast Side. National Coming Out Day is observed annually to raise awareness of the importance of “coming out” — a process of disclosing one’s sexual

Pride SA’s QFest to Screen LGBT Films from Around the World

Pride SA’s QFest to Screen LGBT Films from Around the World

Forty-three films from over 15 countries will be screened this weekend at Pride San Antonio’s QFest LGBT International Film Festival which begins on Friday, October 13 at City Base Cinema. The three-day program includes six feature films and 36 short subjects which cover all facets of the queer experience. The films will be shown in

The Top LGBT-Friendly Brunch Spots in SA

The Top LGBT-Friendly Brunch Spots in SA

It used to be that only restaurants served brunch. Today, you can have brunch at a bar and even catch a drag show. Whether this means curing the previous night’s hangover, or simply getting your Sunday Funday started early, brunch might now be considered the most important meal of the day. From the traditional to the outrageous and everything in between,

Ballet San Antonio Opens Season with ‘Giselle’

Ballet San Antonio Opens Season with ‘Giselle’

The legend of the Wilis took hold within European society in the nineteenth century. The ghosts of young maidens deserted by lovers on their wedding night, the Wilis held a dangerous grudge against all men and were known for torturing them in the shadowy forests of the German Rhineland. Drawing from romantic era themes of exoticism and the supernatural, Giselle is the

Guadalupe Hosts Screening of ‘La Santa Muerte’ Documentary

Guadalupe Hosts Screening of ‘La Santa Muerte’ Documentary

On Thursday, October 5, the Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center will host a screening of La Santa Muerte: A Folk Saint in Texas, a documentary produced by Texas Folklife. The film examines the rising popularity of La Santa Muerte, the Mexican folk saint of death, through the perspective of scholars, devotees and members of the clergy. It features

Dignity SA Observes Solidarity Sunday

Dignity SA Observes Solidarity Sunday

On October 8, Dignity San Antonio will mark the 22nd annual Solidarity Sunday, the organization’s faith-based anti-violence initiative. Solidarity Sunday is observed annually across the country on the Sunday before National Coming Out Day which is on October 11. Dignity SA’s service will be held at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church. DignityUSA started Solidarity Sunday in

Citywide ‘We Flamenco Fest’ Kicks Off with Fashion Show

Citywide ‘We Flamenco Fest’ Kicks Off with Fashion Show

The origins of the modern flamenco dress trace back nearly two centuries to Seville’s Feria de Abril, where gypsy women wore inexpensive calico dresses accentuated by layers of ruffles. As flamenco moved from the original gypsy communities and into Spain’s cafés cantantes in the second half of the 19th century, its costumes became more extravagant. Today, flamenco

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