If tomorrow's Pride Parade is the cantankerous, glitzy, older queen of gay culture, the Dyke March is the parade's grittier, more political—and more sober—sister. Since the early 1990s, the march has snaked through the streets of Capitol Hill on the evening before the parade. Afterward, lesbian nights explode in bars around town, including Girl4GIRL at Club Motor, Hot Flash (for women 36 and over) at the War Room and Neighbours, Cherry at Re-bar, and the beer garden at Wildrose, Seattle's lesbian mecca. (Rally from 5–7 pm, Seattle Central Community College Plaza, Broadway and Pine, march at 7 pm.)