New from our pal Matt Baume:
Gay San Francisco in the 1970s: A disco-fueled cauldron of sex, art, power, riots, and liberation. There was the grassroots rise of Harvey Milk; the seductive music of Sylvester, Queen of Disco; the bawdy theater of the Cockettes; the invention of the Pride flag; the first Gay Liberation march.
There were countless revolutionary stories being told. And there was also Phyllis. Wait, who?
Phyllis: A short-lived spinoff of The Mary Tyler Moore Show. Cloris Leachman played a widow who moved from Minnesota to San Francisco to start her life anew, at the same time that a real-life queer revolution was underway in SF. And she ran right into it.