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How are LGBTQ+ Innovators Changing the Tech Field?

How are LGBTQ+ Innovators Changing the Tech Field?

  • by Advertising Department -- Sponsored content
  • Nov 29, 2023

Okay, let's be real - the tech is evolving faster than we wish it would. But let me tell you - the LGBTQ+ community is not just keeping up; we're leading the charge and shaping the future.

Beyond Borders: Exploring the World an an LGBTQ Nomad

Beyond Borders: Exploring the World an an LGBTQ Nomad

  • Nov 28, 2023

Traveling the world is one of the best things you can do for yourself. It helps you learn a lot about yourself, explore different possibilities, and even find yourself if you are feeling lost.

Tips For Traveling Like a Foodie

Tips For Traveling Like a Foodie

  • by Advertising Department -- Sponsored content
  • Nov 28, 2023

Some people travel to experience high-adrenaline adventures. Others prefer relaxation whether that's on a beach or in a luxury hotel room. Then there are the foodies.

SF World AIDS Day event to honor Olympic diver Louganis

SF World AIDS Day event to honor Olympic diver Louganis

  • by John Ferrannini
  • Nov 21, 2023

The Olympian dubbed the "greatest diver in history" will be recognized at the National AIDS Memorial Grove's World AIDS Day commemorations, which will also include its Light in the Grove benefit the night before.

Gay Assemblymember Low eyes South Bay House seat

Gay Assemblymember Low eyes South Bay House seat

  • by Matthew S. Bajko
  • Nov 21, 2023

With the news Tuesday that Congressmember Anna Eshoo (D-Palo Alto) will retire from the South Bay House seat she has held since 1993, it provides an opportunity to see the first LGBTQ person from the Bay Area be elected to Capitol Hill.

US, SF increase PrEP uptake, but disparities remain

US, SF increase PrEP uptake, but disparities remain

  • by John Ferrannini
  • Nov 21, 2023

A little over one-third of people nationwide who could benefit from PrEP were on it in 2022, but there continue to be major disparities among white, Black, and Latino Americans, according to data from the federal CDC.

Editorial: Communities should lead fight against HIV/AIDS

Editorial: Communities should lead fight against HIV/AIDS

  • by BAR Editorial Board
  • Nov 21, 2023

The theme for the 35th annual World AIDS Day coming up on December 1 is "Let Communities Lead."

For 1st time, SF public library circulates LGBTQ center books

For 1st time, SF public library circulates LGBTQ center books

  • by Matthew S. Bajko
  • Nov 21, 2023

When the city debuted the New Main Branch of the San Francisco Public Library in 1996, it also christened the opening of the reading room for what was then known as the James C. Hormel Gay and Lesbian Center.

Out in the World: South Bay report touts the benefits of a rich immigrant community

Out in the World: South Bay report touts the benefits of a rich immigrant community

  • by Heather Cassell
  • Nov 21, 2023

Karla Pardo Valdovinos fled Mexico 26 years ago. She was running from the Mexican cartels and violence that more than a quarter century later continue to plague the Latin American country.

Obituaries: Vivian "Drew" Hassele

Obituaries: Vivian "Drew" Hassele

  • Nov 21, 2023

The obituary for Vivian "Drew" Hassele, who was a longtime bartender and maintenance manager at the old Amelia's Bar on Valencia Street.

Guest Opinion: 5 great ways to create positive change in your community

Guest Opinion: 5 great ways to create positive change in your community

  • by Ed Carter
  • Nov 21, 2023

Few things are more rewarding than standing up for a cause you believe in, especially when it is of importance in your local community.

News Briefs: SFAF to move its downtown offices

News Briefs: SFAF to move its downtown offices

  • by Cynthia Laird
  • Nov 21, 2023

The San Francisco AIDS Foundation has announced it will relocate its main office from 1035 Market Street to a single-tenant building at 940 Howard Street, remaining in the city's South of Market neighborhood.

Political Notebook: Slain gay leader Milk's legacy continues to echo

Political Notebook: Slain gay leader Milk's legacy continues to echo

  • by Matthew S. Bajko
  • Nov 20, 2023

In the third episode of the new television miniseries "Fellow Travelers," clearly visible on the wall of the San Francisco apartment where one of the main characters, resides is a campaign poster. It declares "Milk for Supervisor."

US Supreme Court declines Florida's request to enforce anti-drag law during appeal

US Supreme Court declines Florida's request to enforce anti-drag law during appeal

  • by Lisa Keen
  • Nov 17, 2023

In a surprise move, a 6-3 majority of the U.S. Supreme Court has rejected Florida's request for a stay against a lower court decision that would have enabled the state to enforce its new law banning drag shows under certain circumstances.