As the number of out LGBTQ people winning elective office continues to grow around the Bay Area, San Francisco is seeing a decline. Read More »
Following the success of his debut feature, 'God's Own Country,' writer/director Francis Lee's 'Ammonite' is definitely worth watching, primarily for ... Read More »
Transgender homicides continued to trend upward around the world, according to Transgender Europe's annual Trans Murder Monitoring report released November 20, the Internation... Read More »
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Events commemorating World AIDS Day have largely been moved into virtual space due to the other health crisis, COVID-19, that has dominated headlines and lives this year.
For the first World AIDS Day on December 1, 1988 the World Health Organization gave a small grant to the fledgling Names Project (its AIDS Memorial Quilt being then a little more than a year old).
Illuminate SF Festival of Light has added some temporary light artworks to its many others to brighten nights as the days get shorter.
Friends are mourning the death of Randall "Randy" Schiller, a gay man and longtime community leader who died October 4.
Another ritual has been upended this year by the COVID-19 pandemic: political swearing-in ceremonies.
Preliminary numbers show the impact that the COVID-19 pandemic and its changes to daily life are having on LGBTQ people — and suggest lessons that can be learned from the fight against HIV/AIDS.
Progressive LGBTQs are making known their opposition to a proposal in San Francisco that would ban people from smoking tobacco and cannabis in their apartments.
The Haight Street Arts Center has unveiled an art display commissioned by Forward Together to acknowledge Trans Day of Resilience and people can view the outdoor gallery exhibit beginning Friday, November 20.
Three new and recent books, while in different genres, each bring florid color and stories to readers. Ron Williams' René Capone's and Paul Pycraft & Melissa VanDiver's books share a stunning array of visuals in photos, paintings and illustration.
What do you do when your neighbor is a famed local costume designer? If you're Daniel Navarro, you make a film about him. In 'My Neighbor, Miguel,' the life and creations of gay Latino designer Miguel Gutierrez gets a well-deserved intimate portrait.
A 1997 recording of the full score of Stephen Sondheim and Arthur Laurent's cult favorite musical about corrupt politics, a miracle fountain and asylum inmates will be released on December 4, giving musical theater fans a new score to enjoy.
The new ABC thriller 'Big Sky' features a trans charactcer, 'Candyland' offers sweet silliness, 'Grey's Anatomy' confronts COVID-19, and more in our television column.
Actor and straight ally Henry Golding has become one of the most recognizable names and faces on film. In his latest independent feature, 'Monsoon' he plays a gay man returning to Vietnam.
New music by Jazzmeia Horn, Suzzy Roche, Joan Osborne, Brandy, and -oh, yes- Mariah Carey, are reviewed, with music clips for your enjoyment.
Autumnal fun may not include large gatherings over dinner (hey, your decision), but you can burn of some calories by dancing or singing along to some arts, nightlife and community events.
Now that we're done dancing in the streets, settle back and watch some professionals dance, and sing and act, and even lip-synch, because queens gotta perform, too. Arts, Community and Nightlife events are the new normal.
Miss Faye Caro will perform with Poet Avotcja & Youth A Cappella Ensemble Vocal Rush, in a concert celebrating Black LGBTQ+ music pioneers like Billy Strayhorn, Little Richard and Sylvester.
Richly drawn and impossible to forget, Mars-Jones's story will appeal most to niche LGBTQ readers who appreciate the bold acidity of classic BDSM leather-scented erotic fiction.
People started gathering in the Castro by 10am on Saturday Nov. 7 as election results were announced, with Joe Biden and Kamala Harris getting enough electoral and popular votes to clinch the presidential election.
Enjoy a round-up of several video clips of celebrations in the Bay Area and across the U.S. following the announcement of Joe Biden and Kamala Harris' winning the presidential/vice-presidential election of 2020.