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A Philadelphia lawyer is aiming to make LGBT political history this year by becoming the country's first elected transgender male judge.
The loudest and most sustained applause for gay presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg during a CNN town hall Monday night came for his politically unorthodox response to a recently launched attack on him by the Trump administration.
In the ongoing saga over state housing legislation, the Los Angeles-based AIDS Healthcare Foundation has sunk to a new low that should disgust all participants in the debate.
LGBT scholar Amy Sueyoshi, Ph.D., was honored at Asian Pacific Islander Queer Women and Transgender Community's Lunar New Year Banquet in Berkeley last weekend.
A gay Australian DJ has pleaded not guilty to felony charges of kidnapping and child endangerment following a bizarre incident in the Castro whereby he allegedly grabbed a 2-year-old boy and took off with him.
The Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence named a new hunky Jesus during their 40th anniversary Easter in the park party at Mission Dolores Park.
I had heard of Pete Buttigieg before he started running for president in February.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention holds patents on the use of Truvada for HIV prevention, according to advocates, who want Gilead Sciences to pay future and retroactive royalties to make PrEP more widely available.
Members of the New IRA apologized for last week's killing of prominent lesbian journalist Lyra McKee by one of its volunteer members in a statement to the media Tuesday.
Plan it, dammit! Make your reservations now for hit plays, musicals, art exhibits and even some events that don't need any advance planning.
In "With (out) With (in) the very moment," a small new exhibition at the San Francisco Arts Commission Main Gallery, a group of San Francisco-based artists muse on leading a thriving creative life in the shadow of AIDS.
San Francisco Ballet danced "The Little Mermaid" in a revival of the 2010 production last Friday night at the Opera House.
With the queer classic "La Cage aux Folles" as its centerpiece, the Castro Theatre spotlights the films of actor, writer, director Ugo Tognazzi (1922-90) on Sat., April 27.
Christopher Castellani's deeply felt new "Leading Men" (Viking) exhibits another compelling aurora.
While San Francisco Symphony Music Director Michael Tilson Thomas remains on hiatus until early May, the Orchestra plays host to some outstanding guest conductors at Davies Symphony Hall.
The Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence celebrated Easter Sunday and their 40th anniversary on April 21 by returning to Dolores Park for a well-attended picnic-filled party of thousands.
Over the course of my tenure writing this column, I've received feedback that readers often prefer something other than pure reporting on events. As one gentle critic put it, "I prefer you don't just reword an event's program," and they have a point.
Let the music play, let your body sway, let a drag queen slay. What the hey, nightlife's so gay.
From kink demos to naked nights, and th SF Eagle's block party, there's always a lot going on in the San Francisco Bay Area for leather and other kinksters.
Las Vegas-based illusionist Jack Alexander will bring his sleek new stage show, Express, to Oasis next weekend in two benefit performances for the Richmond/Ermet Aid Foundation (REAF).
Oakland will be a real drag from Friday April 26 to Sunday April 28 when 100 drag queens, drag kings, and radical queer performers take to the stages in Oakland for a three day drag-a-thon which will include live performances, music, vendors, and art.