The Mayor's Office of Housing and Community Development will award $1 million this year to the Q Foundation for rental subsidies for people living with HIV, according to the a... Read More »
Steve Grand is returning to San Francisco for two concerts at Feinstein's at the Nikko. The adorably cute and openly gay singer-songwriter will appear on November 20 and 21 to... Read More »
Updated below: Mayor London Breed announces DA-elect Chesa Boudin will take office in January, at his request. Interim DA Suzy Loftus agrees to continue serving.
Until recently Sergio Lobito was working as a landscaper in San Francisco and starring in the wildly popular drag parodies of television shows.
Visit any national park site in San Francisco and you will likely encounter a vista that has been shaped in some manner by Bay Area native Michael Boland.
San Francisco officials are eyeing several sites to house LGBT homeless individuals, in particular youth and transgender people, that could open in 2020 and fulfill several campaign promises made by Mayor London Breed.
I was singled out by TSA for being a transgender woman and I am not the only one.
This week's editorial cartoon.
Anti-gay demonstrators and police clashed last week as violence erupted at the opening of the highly acclaimed Swedish gay romance, "And Then We Danced," in the former Soviet republic of Georgia.
This week's corrections.
Deputy public defender Chesa Boudin's upset victory in the hotly contested San Francisco district attorney's race has sent shockwaves through the city, and continues a national trend of electing criminal justice reformers as top prosecutors.
Turn over a new leaf as mid-autumn arts events make a harvest of entertainments.
First impressions are important, but they shouldn't lead to snap judgment. It is usually wiser to stop and think, but in the world of opera — especially Puccini — lovers tend to fall in love at first sight.
The newest show from San Francisco's most explosive comedian, Monica Palacios, is coming soon, and you shouldn't miss it.
"Stomp," the so-called "international percussion sensation," played A.C.T.'s Geary Theater in San Francisco for eight performances last week, and Out There and a lot of vicarious percussionists were in the house.
Playwright Kate Attwell's "Testmatch" is about race and gender and global economic power.
"At the Heart of Gold: Inside the USA Gymnastics Scandal" (opening Friday) follows the course of an investigation.
It was quite an icebreaker at the 12th annual opening for the Union Square Ice Rink, a holiday tradition that attracts thousands of locals and visiting tourists.
Dance, prance, find romance. Revive, survive, enjoy being alive.
Beth Leavel, who was Tony-nominated for her role in 'The Prom,' appears at Feinstein's at the Nikko next weekend.
What's up with what's going down? Find out with our comprehensive LGBTQ nightlife listings!
Any man who traveled within the gay leather world of the late 1970s to '90s likely read or knew of Drummer magazine. The last issue of Drummer was published in 1999, until now. Drummer is back. In early October a new iteration of the magazine debuted.
Celebrants in a multitude of creative costumes celebrated Halloween early on Saturday, October 26, in and around Castro district bars.