A gay couple who were early pioneers in the cannabis edibles business are moving to a small town in Colorado, hoping the change will enable them to rebuild and expand Somatik, their artisan infused cold brew coffee and chocolate brand.
Two months after the cancellation of the in-person Castro Street Fair, which would have been October 4, Fred Lopez, a member of the fair's board of directors, announced how it is going to be commemorated this year at Thursday's Castro Merchants meeting.
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There are a bevy of LGBTQ candidates seeking office in the November 3 election.
Over Labor Day weekend James Coleman returned to Harvard to pursue his degree in human developmental and regenerative biology with a minor in government. He expects to graduate in May.
The inaugural manager of the Castro LGBTQ Cultural District told the Bay Area Reporter that they are ready to listen to the neighborhood's concerns, just as the district finally filled out its advisory board.
As the world passes the grim milestone of 1 million COVID-19 deaths — one-fifth of them in the United States — activists are moving beyond the statistics to the people affected by planning a week of mourning for the victims.
In the 2014 PlayStation 4 game "Dragon Age: Inquisition," Dorian is a powerful wizard who helps the main character save the world from a demon army.
On Saturday, April 11, 1953, nearly 70 gay men packed into a small four-room house at 2117 South 19th Street in Waco, Texas, about 10 blocks from Baylor University.
A San Francisco supervisor has vowed to landmark the home were the late lesbian pioneering couple Phyllis Lyon and Del Martin lived throughout most of their 54 years together.
Global human rights experts were alarmed by Secretary of State Mike Pompeo taking his re-envisioning of human rights to the 75th United Nations General Assembly.
The leaders to two LGBTQ organizations — one national and one in Los Angeles — have announced they are stepping down, creating an opportunity for new talent at the top.
Concerned that it would publicly reveal a person had changed their gender identity, Governor Gavin Newsom vetoed a bill aimed at allowing transgender Californians to update their marriage certificates and the birth certificates of their children.
Timothy Ray Brown, the first person cured of HIV, died September 29 at his home in Palm Springs, surrounded by his partner and friends, after battling a recurrence of leukemia. He was 54.
More than halfway into the first general election debate Tuesday, President Donald Trump could not denounce white supremacy when explicitly asked by moderator Chris Wallace.
Facebook has reinstated a photo it initially censored of a bare-chested transgender man for allegedly violating its "community standards on nudity" after it was called out by the GLBT Historical Society.
Tom Elliott, who was recently elected chair of the board of directors for Campus Pride, told the Bay Area Reporter that one of the challenges he and the organization face is connecting queer students now that many are away from their physical campuses.
A new website documents the last five decades of Silicon Valley's LGBTQ history — and the Bay Area Reporter got a sneak peek.
Governor Gavin Newsom on Saturday signed legislation strengthening protections for LGBTQ+ Californians, including a measure to track the effects of COVID-19 on the community.
President Donald Trump announced Saturday (September 26) his nominee to replace U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg and, as expected, it is a jurist LGBTQ groups are expected to vehemently oppose.
San Francisco Mayor London Breed received some pushback during a Black Trans Lives Matter event September 25 outside City Hall.