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By Michael Flanagan | November 1, 2015

Shortly after having moved to San Francisco in the early 1980s, I was introduced to the concept of gay stand-up comedy (as it was called then).

By Michael Flanagan | April 12, 2015

The Lily Street Fair, which existed in San Francisco from 1981 to 1990, was part block party and part potluck, with a good dose of Easter bonnets and Easter parade thrown in to add zest.

By Michael Flanagan | March 15, 2015

Those who forget the past are doomed to repeat it, or so the old adage would have us believe. There is a worse fate, however: To be forgotten and fade into obscurity.

By Jim Stewart | June 24, 2014

We looked down Market Street toward the Ferry Building. Dykes On Bikes led off the first downtown Gay Freedom Day parade from Spear Street up Market toward the Civic Center. Gay Frontiers: Past, Present, Future.

By Jim Stewart | June 27, 2013

It was Gay Freedom Day; Sunday, June 27, 1976. Things were very different then; very different.

By Jim Provenzano | December 15, 2011

The winter holidays are the most obvious time of year when gays, separated from their parents, are forced to decide between biological family and acquired family.

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