Issue:  Vol. 46 / No. 21 / 26 May 2016

Editorial: Two women atop the ballot

Californians go to the polls in less than two weeks and heading the ticket for Democratic voters are two women we enthusiastically endorse: Hillary Clinton for president and Kamala Harris for U.S. Senate. (read more)

B.A.R. election endorsements

Click here for the complete B.A.R. endorsements for the upcoming election. (read more)

3 men sue SF Pride over shootings

One man who was shot and two brothers who were injured in recent San Francisco LGBT Pride celebrations are suing organizers, claiming... (read more)

Senior housing lottery delayed

The process to select the first residents of an affordable housing development in San Francisco aimed toward LGBT seniors has been delayed by several weeks. (read more)

Homeless youth agency holds open house

A San Francisco nonprofit that provides basic medical care, syringe access, and other services to homeless youth in the Upper Haight district recently invited... (read more)

Lesbian ex-SF cop claims retaliation by former chief

A former San Francisco police officer has filed a claim against the city, saying recently departed Police Chief Greg Suhr forced her to retire... (read more)

Both Sanders, Clinton have fans among SF Dems

Polls of California Democratic primary voters continue to show former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton favored to win... (read more)

Project pushes for inclusion for all in tech

A group of Silicon Valley women have launched Project Include with some of the biggest names in Bay Area tech circles... (read more)

Supes hear small business owners' concerns

San Francisco officials aren't doing nearly enough to assist local historic businesses that have helped make the city what it is... (read more)

Provincetown gears up for busy summer season

If someone from the late 1970s were magically transported to present day Provincetown, they would notice that not much has changed. (read more)

HPPC, CARE council merger finalized

The merging of two panels tasked with determining San Francisco's priorities for fighting HIV and AIDS has been finalized. (read more)

Anti-gay countries block LGBT organizations from AIDS discussions

Egypt led a coalition of 57 Islamic nations that petitioned the president of the United Nations General Assembly to bar 11 LGBT organizations... (read more)

Dental school to hold CARE clinic forum

A San Francisco dental school that provides services to many people living with AIDS is hosting a discussion Thursday, June 2 to get feedback about the care it provides and get ideas for what patients would like to see. (read more)

A look at the LGBT records of Trump's potential court picks

Republican presidential hopeful Donald Trump has said for a long time that, when it comes... (read more)

Davis kicks off NorCal Pride season

Members from the Sacramento Gay Men's Chorus and Sacramento Cheer joined forces May 22 at Davis Pride as part of the afternoon's entertainment. (read more)

Gay photographer Donald Eckert dies

Donald Charles Eckert, who was a longtime photographer of gay life in the Castro, died May 16 in Florida. (read more)

Church organist David Douma dies

David Harry Douma, a gay man who was a longtime church organist and leather community member, died April 23 at UCSF Hospital. (read more)


In last week's obituary ["Intactivist Jonathan Conte dead at 34," May 19], his given name, Jonathon, was misspelled. (read more)

Political Notebook: Reaction in South Bay mixed to anti-gay incident

Reaction by South Bay LGBT leaders has been mixed... (read more)

News Briefs: Leno honored in Palm Springs

State Senator Mark Leno (D-San Francisco) was honored with the Harvey B. Milk Leadership Award during the fifth annual… (read more)

Jock Talk: Escaping the cesspool

I tend to be a glass half-full kind of guy when it comes to sports. (read more)

Transmissions: Potty emergency

"No matter how isolated or scared you may feel today, the Department of Justice and the entire Obama administration wants you to know… (read more)

Online Extra: Political Notes: Gay Democratic Party official visits Bay Area

A high-ranking gay Democratic Party official who recently visited… (read more)

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