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PARTYHOLE

Enjoy the indoor settings we’ve suggested for your weekend, in-between bits of sunshine and try to keep dry. We wouldn’t want to catch your cold.

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Deviants Party

Yup, it’s that time of the year again and Folsom Street Fair will be upon us faster than you can say, “Slap my hiney, honey!!”

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MISSION UNITED

You know, I’m sure you get tired of me prattling on and on about how great Hard French is, but sometimes you can never get too much of a good thing. And sometimes a good thing can become an even awesomer thing when it all goes to a great cause. Hard French has always supported the community by fundraising through its ticket sales, and this weekend is no exception. This Friday, Hard French joins forces with Public Works and Mission United for an all-night celebration of San Francisco’s famed hipster-than-thou neighborhood. But it’s not all about plimsolls and skinny jeans. The proceeds from the Mission United party will benefit local nonprofit organizations like SFSmiles, Homeless Prenatal Program, and Dolores Street Community Services.

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Hearts Los Homos Pride 2011 Party. Expect the same decibel-crushing soul blow-out of their monthly parties, but because it’s Pride, it just got better. And win tix from TNG!

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The Hard French Crew

We’re teaming up with the Hard French crew to offer two free tickets to the Hard French Los Homos Pride 2011 party at Public Works on Sunday, June 26.

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sleep in

Featuring events we haven’t regularly shown, but would love to show more of.

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c. Big Freedia

Big Freedia is an azz-shaking-beat-rocking-queer-shining star with punk rock energy! Crowned the diva of BOUNCE – a style of hip hop birthed in New Orleans. When New Orleans found themselves dispersed as a result of hurricane Katrina, so did BOUNCE. Now, after two decades as a slow simmering underground movement it is gaining national hype.

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DJ Steve Fabus

Okay, scene queens– how many of you got wet this past month? We were all wishing for the rain, rain to go away, but it didn’t stop San Francisco from play, play and playin’. Time for the March redux– more pictures from San Francisco’s alternative and queer culture. And if you missed previous month’s editions, check em’ out here. There were also so many freakin’ club parties in March that I’m almost embarrassed that I only managed to get to three of them.