Third part of the disco diary series for October: Mark Louque at Bootycall. Visiting from Provincetown Mark aka SuperBear broke it down with the legendary Juanita Moore and Joshua J.
October also marked the beginning of a new space for Honey Soundsystem. Formerly at the Paradise Lounge at 11th and Folsom, the Honey Crew nudged up the block on Folsom to 12th @ the Holy Cow.
October was an especially fun month for the disco citizens of SF, some still dusty from the Playa or the bathroom stall. One thing is true about San Franciscans, they do know how to party. And dam child are we good at throwing them--see Fag Friday(s).
From the NYTimes.com: With his rugged frame, Wilson could pass for a bear cub, as young men in the bear community are called. “I could absolutely picture him on the cover,” said Steven Wolfe, editor in chief of Bear magazine.
Not only do I love and not 'fear the beard', Brian Wilson scored even points more with me after viewing an August interview where his 'neighbor' the 'Machine' comes to borrow a cup of sugar clad in a leather mask and harness fit for Folsom Steet Fair.
Jackass Fighting for Gay Rights with Nipple Torture and Anal Play, No Really...While I wouldn't normally associate the crew of Jackass with Vanity Fair or gay rights, in a recent graphic interview, Knoxville and Steve-O broke it down.
With 1,137,734 views 'I Say A Little Prayer' made Jason Whipple, Josh Cheoi, and Mark Louque more than almost famous. Tonight he's spinning at Bootycall. And on Friday he will be at the Lonestar.