This year's AIDS Walk San Francisco raised nearly $1.5 million.
Having grown up in the East Bay city of Fremont, Antone Sylvia spent most of his early 20s living in San Francisco. A gay man and business analyst for Wells Fargo, he dreamed of owning his own home.
Last month, the New York Times published a feature article about GLAAD, the supposed national LGBT media watchdog organization. It began, "GLAAD almost died in 2014."
Fred Lopez, who has worked for the organization that oversees San Francisco Pride for the last several years, was tapped by the board to be its interim executive director.
Mention Palm Springs to most LGBT people and they will think of it either as a winter tourist hotspot or a retirement community for gay men.
Sam Ames has now taken over as interim executive director at Our Family Coalition, and with East Bay programming on hiatus for the summer, they are working to familiarize themselves with the LGBT family agency and gear up for the fall.
Maitri Compassionate Care, a San Francisco hospice for people dying of AIDS established in 1987, this month announced its new executive director.
To better provide a "continuum of care," two San Francisco nonprofits, one 57 years old and the other 130 years old, merged last month under the name of the older and larger agency, the Felton Institute, formerly Family Service Agency of San Francisco.
Almost all gay and bisexual men in San Francisco who are at risk for HIV know about PrEP and more than one in six are using it, according to new figures from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Thousands of LGBT Israelis and their supporters took to the streets of Tel Aviv last Sunday, calling for the resignation of interim Education Minister Rafi Peretz following statements he made supporting conversion therapy.
Engravers came to the National AIDS Memorial Grove last week to install the names of people who have died of HIV/AIDS.
A new political club for polyamorous, queer, and kink Democrats is seeking to be officially chartered by local party officials next week.
Steven David Tessler, a gay man and longtime Castro landlord, died July 9 from complications of a stroke, which he suffered last year.
San Francisco International Airport will hold a free community day Saturday, July 20, to offer the public a sneak preview of the new Harvey Milk Terminal 1 and a look at the upcoming Grand Hyatt at SFO.
Reid Condit, a gay man who for decades supported reopening bathhouses in San Francisco, died July 10, according to the San Francisco Medical Examiner's office. He was 78.
Having a job is important. Aside from generating income, it provides independence and can boost a person's self-esteem. But for people with disabilities, landing that one job is extremely tough.
Scarlett Johansson has ended up in the news again. The actress and sometimes singer faced heavy criticism after she — a white woman — played an Asian woman in the live-action adaptation of "Ghost in the Shell" in 2015.
This week's editorial cartoon.
The obituary for Brian Timothy Mailman.
Thjisd week's corrections.
Another Pride, another year of people expressing frustration about the large corporate presence at the parade.