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This conversation examines queer punk history from the 1980s to the present, including the music, politics, lifestyle, and trends of local musicians and innovators. Speakers include musician/tattoo artist Leslie Mah of Tribe 8; writer, dancer, and performer Brontez Purnell of Gravy Train!!! and The Younger Lovers; Jess Scott of Make-A-Mess Records, Brilliant Colors, Index, and Flesh World; and Matt Wobensmith, founder of Goteblüd Vintage Zine Store and Outpunk.
In partnership with Down at Lulu’s.
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The St. Regis San Francisco
125 3rd Street
The Park Central San Francisco
50 Third Street
SF MOMA (NOT OPEN: RENOVATIONS)
151 3rd St
The GLBT Historical Society
657 Mission Street #300
W San Francisco
181 3rd Street