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Political Notebook: Bi Palo Alto council candidate Causey calls for Pride event

Political Notebook: Bi Palo Alto council candidate Causey calls for Pride event

  • by Matthew S. Bajko
  • Apr 17, 2024

A key part of Palo Alto City Council candidate Katie Causey's platform is seeing her hometown host its own Pride event.

Editorial: Name new SOMA park for Sullivan

Editorial: Name new SOMA park for Sullivan

  • by BAR Editorial Board
  • Apr 17, 2024

There's a final online public survey being commissioned by the San Francisco Recreation and Park Department and South of Market community organizations to determine the name of a new park at Natoma and 11th streets.

News Briefs: Soccer and cider team up for Earth Day

News Briefs: Soccer and cider team up for Earth Day

  • by Cynthia Laird
  • Apr 17, 2024

The Oakland Roots Sports Club, a professional soccer team in the East Bay city, has announced a partnership with the local queer-owned Sincere Cider company timed with Earth Day, which is formally observed Monday, April 22, but celebrated all month.

Transmissions: Embracing trans dignity

Transmissions: Embracing trans dignity

  • by Gwendolyn Ann Smith
  • Apr 17, 2024

There are three stories that have recently crossed my desk, each of which are unrelated, but together paint a very descriptive image of what's wrong with the way non-trans people are speaking about trans lives.

Letters to the editor

Letters to the editor

  • by BAR staff
  • Apr 17, 2024

The founder and artistic director of the New COnservatory Theatre Center responds to a recent review.

Memorial set for Sean Martinfield

Memorial set for Sean Martinfield

  • by BAR staff
  • Apr 17, 2024

A public memorial has been announced for Sean Martinfield, a gay man and an original San Francisco Gay Men's Chorus member and professional singer.

Obituaries: Michael Alan Moser

Obituaries: Michael Alan Moser

  • by BAR staff
  • Apr 17, 2024

The obituary for Michael Alan Moser, who spent decades as an IT manager at the National Parks Conservancy in San Francisco.

US appeals court rules for trans athlete

US appeals court rules for trans athlete

  • by Lisa Keen
  • Apr 17, 2024

A three-judge federal appeals court panel ruled April 16 that West Virginia's law barring transgender female students from participating on female student sports teams violates federal law.

Mission district LGBTQ homeless shelter back post-COVID

Mission district LGBTQ homeless shelter back post-COVID

  • by John Ferrannini
  • Apr 16, 2024

A homeless shelter for LGBTQ adults in San Francisco is at its full capacity of beds after having been shuttered during the COVID pandemic.

LGBTQ Agenda: Gay Baptist minister reflects on fight against Christian nationalism

LGBTQ Agenda: Gay Baptist minister reflects on fight against Christian nationalism

  • by John Ferrannini
  • Apr 16, 2024

A gay Baptist minister told the Bay Area Reporter he is helping in the fight against Christian nationalism that seeks to exclude other viewpoints, including those of LGBTQ people such as himself.

Retrial date in Rickleffs SF case to be set in June

Retrial date in Rickleffs SF case to be set in June

  • by John Ferrannini
  • Apr 15, 2024

The date for a homicide retrial in the James Rickleffs case will be set June 20.

Recount begins in contested South Bay House race

Recount begins in contested South Bay House race

  • by Cynthia Laird
  • Apr 15, 2024

A vote recount began Monday morning in the contested race for a South Bay congressional race after the second and third place finishers were tied.

Political Notes: Schiff aims to be 1st US Senator to do CA AIDS ride

Political Notes: Schiff aims to be 1st US Senator to do CA AIDS ride

  • by Matthew S. Bajko
  • Apr 15, 2024

A decade ago Congressmember Adam Schiff (D-Burbank) became the first member of the U.S. House to ride in the AIDS/LifeCycle.

Political Notebook: Hearing set for gay CA appellate presiding justice nominee Martinez

Political Notebook: Hearing set for gay CA appellate presiding justice nominee Martinez

  • by Matthew S. Bajko
  • Apr 10, 2024

In less than a month gay California appellate Justice Gonzalo Martinez is set to become the fourth out presiding justice on one of the state's courts of appeal.