The LGBTQ and Black caucuses of the state Legislature have asked Governor Gavin Newsom to posthumously pardon gay civil rights leader Bayard Rustin. Read More »
As preparations ramp up for the 50th annual San Francisco Pride parade, members of the LGBT community are questioning the role of Bay Area-headquartered tech corporations in the fe... Read More »
The Bay Area Reporter recommends gay state Senator Scott Wiener for another term. He is a tenacious, hard-working, and driven legislator who delivers for us, and for California.
Come February Jane Cordova will move out of an LGBT shelter in San Francisco's Mission district for her own room in a Chinatown apartment. The scalloped windows in her bedroom will look out onto the city's famed cable car line, which stops mere feet away.
A Bay Area transgender man is crediting his love of dance with helping him find acceptance, and in the process, winning competitive awards.
After months of preparation, including hiring and training new staff, St. James Infirmary is ready to launch San Francisco's first rental subsidy for transgender people, agency leaders said.
A petition to rename a South of Market street after Harvey Milk has reignited the issue of honoring LGBT leaders with street names in San Francisco.
Voters in an Assembly district that straddles Alameda and Santa Clara counties could elect the first bisexual member of the Legislature this year.
San Francisco's Golden Gate Park celebrates its 150th birthday this year and events to commemorate the occasion are starting.
A trial date has been set for the antitrust lawsuit brought by advocates and people living with HIV against Gilead Sciences Inc., and its partner companies.
Roz Joseph, a San Francisco fine-art photographer whose work in the mid-1970s documented the local drag scene, died December 25 at Russian Hill home in San Francisco. She was 93.
A first look at the San Francisco Opera's 2020-21 season announcement is predictably exciting. There are some bold and baffling surprises, but the reasons are smart and balanced.
Musicals, films, gay panel discussions, politically charged dramas and hilarious comedy are in the mix of arts events this week.
"Handsome Drifter," Ron Nagle's first survey in 25 years, is now at BAMPFA.
San Francisco Ballet's Gala dances ticked off the boxes an Olympics judge might face: technique, style, artistry, showmanship, and musicality. Everybody gets an A.
The 22nd edition of the San Francisco Independent Film Festival (SF IndieFest) is our local version of that great film launching pad, Sundance.
Music director Jessica Bejarano, a lesbian Latina, is the founder and conductor of a new ensemble, the San Francisco Philharmonic. Their first concert comes up on Feb. 3 at the Wilsey Center in San Francisco.
In an industry where entertainers gets labeled, Wynonna has refused. She has raised the bar as a visionary with great success. Wynonna is famous for saying "Don't ever let them tell you who you are." Maybe this is the foundation of our adoration for her.
Live music acts, drag galore and a few porn stars here and there; nightlife awaits.
The Edwardian Ball returns for its 20th anniversary. The two-day extravaganza, which takes place at The Regency Ballroom, promises to be a fusion and a celebration of art, music, theater, fashion, technology, and of the creations of the late Edward Gorey.
Moby Dick, the longtime Castro district's favored bar for casual gatherings, pinball and pool, is also notable for its beautiful aquarium above the bar.
Peaches Christ hosts Q&A with Barry Bostwick, Nell Campbell and Patricia Quinn
When Broadway star Kate Baldwin ('Finian's Rainbow,' 'Hello Dolly!') takes the stage at Feinstein's at the Nikko next weekend, you'll notice something unusual. The two-time Tony nominee's music director and accompanist is a woman, Georgia Stitt.