Review + Photos: Kim Petras at Mezzanine

From the tube dresses and costume jewelry to the bottle service, the floors of Mezzanine had more of a weekend blowout vibe than a mid-week slump, thanks to pop-superstar-in-the-making Kim Petras. After canceling her sold-out Pride week shows due to illness, Petras returned to deliver her final two performances of the Broken tour. Petras’ career, much like her personal life, has not been one free of controversy. At the age of 12, Petras was already in the spotlight, though not for the reasons the pop factory would have you conditioned to expect — at that time, Petras was in the [...]

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Your 2019 San Francisco Pride Guide

San Francisco's storied queer history has been rightfully brought to light over the years, and while the 50-year anniversary of the pivotal Stonewall riots in New York City seems to be the main attraction for World Pride, the City by the Bay certainly won't be sitting idly. Pride was a riot, after all. What better way to honor and recognize the contributions of activists, artists, and the cultural contributions of the LGBT community than through music? Whatever your preferred mode of liberation may be, chances are there's something alluring calling your name. Here are some of this weekend's best music [...]

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