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Two decades after first being conceived, a history project honoring LGBT people will debut in San Francisco's gay Castro district next week. (read more)
A man who had been accused of intentionally choking to death another man in San Francisco's Buena Vista Park in 2011 was found guilty of involuntary manslaughter this week, but jurors acquitted David Munoz Diaz of the more serious second-degree murder. (read more)
The shooting of Michael Brown, an unarmed black teenager, by a white police officer in Ferguson, Missouri has prompted LGBT organizations across the country to join others in raising questions around the circumstances of his death in the almost three weeks since the incident. (read more)
Many have expressed concern about crime in the Castro and Duboce Triangle neighborhoods recently, following the death of a gay man who was attacked on Church Street and a shooting near 18th and Collingwood streets earlier this month, and a hate crime at the Pink Saturday street party in June. (read more)
Almost a week after releasing photos of a person of interest in the death of a San Francisco gay man, police still have not made any arrests. (read more)
The 2014 San Francisco LGBT Pride parade and festival was one of the biggest in the event's 44-year history, and organizers and community nonprofits celebrated last weekend when $164,608. (read more)
A new ad campaign from the AIDS Healthcare Foundation has
kicked off another round of controversy about HIV pre-exposure prophylaxis,
better known as PrEP.
It's hard to believe, but the fall arts season is upon us. (read more)
For the serious film buff, Labor Day kicks off an intense
season when American filmmakers, studio-based and indie alike, compete like
drunken sailors for the eyes and ears of every North American filmgoer.
Welcome to the first of two issues of fall arts previews in
the Arts & Culture pages.
If Berry Gordy, founder of Motown Records, had a fault, it
was in caring too much.
It's a personal prejudice of mine that I believe well-made fiction films are often far more accurate and truthful portraits of our messy human tribes than even the most scrupulously produced documentaries. (read more)
Those of us who live in gay meccas sometimes forget that others don't have it as easy as we do. (read more)