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The city's planning commission voted Thursday to make it easier for nonprofits and harder for formulaic health care centers to lease sidewalk-fronting storefronts along upper Market Street in the city's gay Castro district.
A year after Erin Uritus took over as CEO of Out & Equal Workplace Advocates, she is turning the nonprofit's attention toward the 13 states that comprise the southern United States and lack robust protections for LGBTQ workers, if they have any at all.
A beer hall is set to open next week on upper Market Street in San Francisco's gay Castro district, while across the street an arcade bar has won approval to expand its business.
Opening doors for Latino business owners as well as LGBT Hispanics in California drives Juan P. Novello's work, whether with his local chamber of commerce or at his current job as the chief operating officer of the California Latino Economic Institute.
A real estate firm and an LGBT social club in the Castro both secured the permits they needed from the city's Planning Commission this week.
Brewcade, the popular arcade and craft beer bar on upper Market Street in San Francisco's gay Castro district, is moving forward with its expansion plans into an adjacent restaurant space and opening up its entertainment offerings to all ages.
The Castro Merchants is set to elect real estate agent Masood Samereie as its next president when it meets April 4. He has been selling property in the city's LGBT neighborhood since 2003.
A year ago this month celebrated gay crime novelist Michael Nava secured the rights for all of his published works, including the seven titles in his acclaimed series featuring the gay criminal defense lawyer Henry Rios.
Gay state Insurance Commissioner Ricardo Lara told a crowd of 600 LGBT and allied business leaders that he ran for the post, in large part, to make life better for working Californians.
Since listing a spare bedroom in his Bernal Heights home on the LGBT-oriented short-term rental site misterb&b, San Francisco resident Alan Lessik has met other gay men from around the world.
A new gay-owned home decor store is sprucing up the retail scene in San Francisco's Castro district just in time to assist residents of the gayborhood with their holiday shopping needs.
An improvement association for the gay Castro district has won approval to move its offices into a vacant storefront, giving it a prominent location in the neighborhood for the first time as it seeks to be renewed.