Here is everything worth doing in the neighborhood this week.
In the spirit of the Super Bowl, there is plenty of fun to tackle in the gayborhood this week. From a returning DIVA to a photo protest art project to a visit from trailblazer Candis Cayne, the week is a touchdown of fun in every aspect.
But first, Coming Up NEXT Week:
It’s time to come out and celebrate everything queer as Rich’s and SDPIX's “Gay as F--k” returns on Saturday, February 9. This is a night you're never going to forget. There are 50 limited $10 express entry tickets available through midnight 01/31 so get them while they last.
Now Back to THIS Week:
The ONLY Pre-weekend Meet-up
The Porto Vista Hotel has always been one of the gems of San Diego. It's a place for the community to spend some time, have some drinks and socialize just before the weekend. SDPIX Presents Top of the Bay at the Porto Vista Hotel and it's the perfect start to your weekend full of fun and friends.
A Very Special and Timely Film
The military is the largest employer of transgender people in the United States. Amid rapidly changing policies that technically at present bans them from serving, 15,500 troops identify as transgender. Head to the Human Rights Watch Film Festival Opening Night: Transmilitary at the Museum of Photographic Arts to watch an award-winniing documentary on the subject.
Candis Cayne Comes to Hillcrest
Trailblazing actress and style icon Candis Cayne stars in the San Diego premiere of her acclaimed one-woman cabaret show “Hello, Gorgeous!” Old school meets high glamour in this hair-flipping, high-kicking parade of fabulous. Go see Candice Cayne in "Hello Gorgeous!" at Martinis Above Fourth
A DIVA Returns!
Kennedy Davenport returns to San Diego! Friday, February 1. Divas at Rich's & RuPaul's Drag Race, every Friday at Rich's San Diego!!
Coming of Age!
On Friday, February 1, come to the Eagle and celebrate bartender Doriam's Birthday Bash at the San Diego Eagle. The cute PUP will be turning 26.
A Picture Says a Thousand Words!
Join the #NOH8Worldwide movement in San Diego, California and add your face to the fight for equal human rights with the Open NOH8 Photo Shoot at the Hotel Palomar San Diego. They are setting up upstairs in the Arriba Room so they advise coming hungry and coming thirsty.
There's much much more THIS week!
If something above doesn't strike your fancy, check out some other things to do below.