A new exhibition opened at the GLBT Historical Society Museum on 18th Street, 'The Mayor of Folsom Street: The Life and Legacy of Alan Selby,' to honor his memory. A larg... Read More »
San Francisco International Airport Wednesday released a new image of what the exterior signage for the Harvey Milk Terminal will look like. At the direction of City Hall, the avia... Read More »
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services proposed Friday to "substantially revise" language in the Affordable Care Act to eliminate protections against discrimination based on gender identity in health care.
About 100 people turned out on the eve of Harvey Milk Day to commemorate a dark day in San Francisco's history: the 40th anniversary of the White Night riots.
In a reversal of a lower court decision, the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals awarded spousal survivor benefits to a gay widower whose spouse worked for years at a San Francisco television station.
With Mayor London Breed facing little opposition, so far, in her bid for a full four-year term this November, the race for the District 5 supervisor seat has become a proxy fight over the city's housing and homeless policies.
St. James Infirmary, San Francisco's peer-based clinic for sex workers, will celebrate its first two decades with a gala at Terra Gallery Sunday, June 2.
Following the Taiwanese legislature's approval of same-sex marriage May 17, couples plan to tie the knot Friday.
PRC celebrated the official opening of its new integrated service center Wednesday, May 15.
Milpitas will kick-off Pride month with one of the San Francisco Bay Area's first Pride celebrations Saturday, June 1.
With more than 15,000 burritos delivered to people living on the street, San Francisco's Burrito Project recently celebrated its third anniversary.
Step up, roll up, sit down or standing room only for shows, exhibit, concerts and more arts events.
"You cannot reach the end (or get to the bottom) of Warhol," Whitney Museum curator Donna De Salvo recently commented. Some visitors to "Andy Warhol — From A to B and Back Again" may feel the same.
The 18th San Francisco Documentary Film Festival (SF DocFest), running May 29-June 13 at the Roxie and Brava Theaters and 518 Gallery, is perhaps the finest showcase for nonfiction films this side of Sundance.
Gustav Mahler said, "A symphony must be like the world, it must embrace everything." San Francisco Symphony Music Director Michael Tilson Thomas has agreed throughout his own career.
We've been listening obsessively to the new Patricia Barber release "Higher" (ArtistShare). The out lesbian jazz pianist Barber is one of our favorite recording artists.
"I wish we had a bar like this," one of my companions exclaimed upon seeing Devin Kasper's irresistibly inviting set for "The View UpStairs."
Rubber boots or kinky boots? Rain gear or drag, dear? You decide. Nightlife fun is on your side.
The National Center for Lesbian Rights celebrated its 42nd anniversary on May 18 at the Marriott Marquis with a VIP dinner, dancing, face-painting and entertainment afterward at Metreon City View.
From naked nights to safety classes, pee parties to movie nights, there's a lot going on in the San Francisco Bay Area for leather and other kinksters.
Paranoia, red-baiting and homophobia swept across the United States in the early 1950s like a cold fire, and San Francisco was not exempt from its reach. The vile Joseph McCarthy and his toady Roy Cohn engaged the country in the Army-McCarthy hearings.
Tom Reardon returns to Feinstein's at The Nikko for his eighth show on May 16 and 17. The singer, who also performs in musical theater, will offer his usual eclectic mix of songs: everything from The Great American Songbook to Bob Dylan and Fleetwood Mac.
Steppin' out, dressing' up, getting' down, see ya 'round the town.