While often diminished and constantly overlooked, our LGBTQ history is rich with significant events, especially throughout the 20th century.
San Francisco's health department came under pointed criticism at a supervisors hearing Thursday for its continued problems in gathering the sexual orientation and gender identity of the patients it serves.
... and they was a queer civil rights trailblazer left out of history books.
The California Historical Society is digitizing photos of early LGBTQ Pride parades, SOMA leather bars and the Castro and Polk neighborhoods that it rediscovered in its archives. But background on the photographers is hard to come by.
District 8, which includes the Castro neighborhood, has a new liaison from the office of San Francisco District Attorney Chesa Boudin.
Some say Pauli Murray is the most important American activist you've never heard of.
Transgender people across the country, especially kids, find themselves in a dire, existential situation in 2021.
In February 2006, Dave Chappelle was interviewed by Oprah Whitney about walking off his eponymous Comedy Central sketch show.
School board recall proponents respond to a recent op-ed by Faauuga Moliga and a reader has doubts about a new STD and hep C bill.
Former San Francisco Supervisor Tom Ammiano began his stint as board president in January 1999.
Right-wing demonstrators have been speaking out against Mayor Marico Sayoc at both her work and home for months. After personal attacks against her family earlier this month, Sayoc's husband became the subject of a restraining order.
The Harvey Milk LGBTQ Democratic Club is backing gay former supervisor David Campos in the race for San Francisco's open 17th District Assembly seat.
The city approval process for the Grubstake Diner project ended October 19 when the San Francisco Board of Supervisors unanimously decided that the construction project can go forward.
Supervisor Matt Haney's state of emergency resolution was not expedited to be heard by the full board October 19 via a legislative procedure known as a committee report. The District 6 supervisor confirmed to the B.A.R. that it will be heard next Tuesday.
Gay District 8 Supervisor Rafael Mandelman introduced legislation to the Board of Supervisors at its October 19 meeting that would allow new bars to be conditionally permitted in the Castro neighborhood commercial district.
San Francisco is set to track how many LGBTQ people are employed by, and are applying for, city and county jobs.
Befitting for October being LGBTQ History Month San Francisco supervisors have granted city landmark status to the first local site related to leather history.
It was an in-person event for San Francisco Pride as it recognized LGBTQ artists and activists during its inaugural Ken Jones Awards reception October 14.
Eight new members of the Presidential Advisory Council on HIV/AIDS joined three who are returning from the Trump-era. The council is responsible for making recommendations regarding the development and implementation of the HIV National Strategic Plan.
The National AIDS Memorial Grove has memorialized Timothy Ray Brown, who was the first person cured of AIDS, with a boulder at the contemplative space in San Francisco's Golden Gate Park.
The obituary for David Draper, who managed the costume shop at the American Conservatory Theatre for 25 years.