A warm summer night earlier this month in San Francisco. Out There and our personal-size pizza Pepi found our way down to the Embarcadero, invited to a dinner at the Americano restaurant in the Hotel Vitale.
San Francisco's high housing costs are particularly problematic for LGBT refugees resettled to the Bay Area. Most come with little money, few or no local connections, and uncertain job prospects.
Marty's Place, a residential co-op for low-income people living with AIDS, has reopened five years after it was shuttered. New residents said they were happy and relieved to have housing again after having been homeless for several years.
The artist who created an LGBT mural in the Mission district that has been vandalized multiple times said at a recent forum that he wasn't surprised the art was damaged, but he was shocked by an arson attempt on the project.
Shura releases her first album, and MS MR drops their second. The bird and the bee release their fourth studio album, The Chemical Brothers release their first studio album in five years, and Natalie Imbruglia drops her first in six years.
This summer's selection of Rainbow Reads navigates the tenuous relationships we share with each other and the outside world.
A well-known Senegalese journalist was sentenced Friday to six months in prison for acts of homosexuality, which is illegal in this West African country.
A judge has recognized a 2001 same-sex union as a common-law marriage in Pennsylvania even though one partner died before gay marriage became legal.
A Republican wants to explicitly allow clergy in Georgia to refuse to perform gay marriages - a protection they already enjoy under the U.S. Constitution.
Modern TV punditry can be traced to the 1968 debates between Gore Vidal & William F. Buckley, Jr. at the national political conventions. Directors Robert Gordon & Morgan Neville discuss their film "Best of Enemies," which chronicles their bitter rivalry.