Category: Art

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OPENING: Beth Van Hoesen “Portraits From the Castro”

SF Gate announced yesterday the art show opening of “Portraits From the Castro” the retrospective of the late Beth Van Hoesen’s (1926-2010) never-before-seen or rarely exhibited work this Friday at the George Krevsky Gallery. The show includes portraits and watercolors of drag queens, punks, leather daddies, activists, and other stoically...

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VIDEO: HBO’s ‘Looking’ Releases 2nd Trailer

‘Looking’, the HBO series filmed in the Castro and throughout the City that we’ve been following since inception, has released a second longer trailer touting its comedic Queer boy wares. As previously posted, the first trailer –a wet your whistle micro snippet– set a visual tone for the show. This second enhanced...

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Castro Street Art #6

Since the Biscuits inception we’ve posted about different works of street art that have popped up in the neighborhood as we’ve come across them. Today’s posts stencil image was found on Noe Street near 18th on the sidewalk marked in front of an apartment where the last tenant had been...

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Who’s Ready For The Week End!?

Fall has finally arrived. The air holds a chill a bit longer despite the spattering of weakening sunshine. It’s the perfect time to take stock of what’s what in the Castro and plan a week end of good times to help stoke your fun furnace. Our weekly list of picks...

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The Week End is Here: Lets Have Fun!

The week end feels like it came a bit early this week with Halloween falling on a Thursday. The celebration of All Hallows Eve continues Saturday, All Souls Day, in the Mission where sacred and secular meld for the annual San Francisco Dia de los Muertos celebration procession and altar building honoring...

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Castro’s Harvey Milk Photo Center Wants Your LGBT Family Pix

The Snitch over at SF Weekly alerted us that the Casto’s Harvey Milk Photo Center (50 Scott St) next to Duboce Park is putting together a new photography show focusing on LGBT families. They’re seeking images from locals that best encapsulate your idea of what the ever evolving Queer family...

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On Deck this Weekend in the Castro

SF is packed with a cadre of unusual and one-of-a-kind events to check out this weekend from the annual SF Street Food Fest running both Saturday and Sunday in the Mission to the eighth installment of 2013′s Sunday Streets in the burgeoning Tenderloin-meets-Tech-Town around Civic Center. The Castro is, as always, chock full...