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Attorneys for four proponents of Prop 8 filed a motion in federal court April 1 to keep video recordings in the case of Perry v. Schwarzenegger sealed from public view.
San Francisco Supervisor Rafael Mandelman is introducing a resolution Tuesday urging the FDA to lift its ban on gay men donating blood.
Frameline, the San Francisco LGBTQ film festival usually held in June, has been postponed due to the coronavirus outbreak, Executive Director James Woolley announced Tuesday.
With Idaho's adoption of two anti-transgender bills this month, the state can now expect to see it be added to the banned travel lists kept by California and San Francisco.
A growing number of immigrant rights advocates are calling for U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement to release undocumented immigrants in its custody due to the coronavirus outbreak.
Public animal shelters in Alameda and Contra Costa counties are asking pet owners to prepare a plan for how their companion animals will be cared for should they become ill with the novel coronavirus.
And now for something completely different, to steal a catchphrase from the Monty Python's Flying Circus troupe.
Organizers of the 2020 International AIDS Conference announced Friday that the in-person meeting, scheduled for July 7-10 in San Francisco and Oakland, will be replaced with a virtual conference in the wake of the ongoing coronavirus crisis.
State Senator Scott Wiener has sent a letter to the Food and Drug Administration asking that it lift its ban on gay men donating blood.
Robb "Lord" Martine, a writer who was once called "the king of San Francisco nightlife," died Friday, March 20. He was 50.