The season for rugby, that most aggressively affable of team sports, is upon us. Forget the transient wind, chill, and rain: this is the season for the Fog.
So, sportswise, what was 2018?
You've bah-humbugged your way through holiday shopping, had the unavoidable Trump-centered free-for-all dinner table discussion with your family during a festive feast, and now are having a little me time trying to decide on a worthy New Year's resolution
You've procrastinated all year and now have just a few shopping days left to get gifts for the holidays. I can't help you with what to get for your loved ones, but I do have some ideas on gifts for so many in the sports world.
The participation numbers were a fraction of what organizers first dreamed of.
The 10th annual Santa Skivvies Run to benefit the San Francisco AIDS Foundation will be held Sunday, December 9, in the Castro.
Thanksgiving Day is a bit more somber this year for many of us.
The recently renamed Rainbow Sierrans will hold its annual holiday party Saturday, December 8, at the Muir Beach Community Center.
We live in disturbing and divisive times that promise to remain disturbing and divisive as the ripples from the midterm elections play out and are absorbed.
After reported incidents of some athletes hassling or disrespecting transgender players, the Golden Gate Women's Soccer League is considering the development and adoption of a league policy to govern participation of transgender athletes.
Gay Games co-founder Paul Mart has died. He was 100.
Rare are the star athletes who go on to post-playing stints that are just as brilliant as their first careers.
Local pro and college sports teams announce various Pride- and diversity-themed events.