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Castro Fair to Honor Cookie Dough

LOCAL | By Seth Hemmelgarn | Oct 3
This Sunday's Castro Street Fair will be dedicated to Cookie Dough, the beloved San Francisco drag queen who died earlier this year.

Frameline Film Trove Finds Home at Hormel Center

LOCAL | By Matthew S. Bajko | Oct 3
In a locked storage room at the San Francisco Public Library's annex building sit 94 white cardboard boxes. Inside is a collection of rare and notable LGBT films.

Vatican Confirms Pope Met With Gay Student, Partner

RELIGION | By Nicole Winfield | Oct 2
The Vatican is confirming that the only "audience" the pope had while he was in Washington was with a former student and his family: Yayo Grassi, an openly gay Argentine who visited Francis with his longtime partner and some friends.

New Jersey Candidate Quits Race After Book of Rants Surfaces

POLITICS | By Michael Catalini | Oct 2
A Republican candidate for the state Assembly dropped out of the race after a book he wrote surfaced that includes rants against Asians, gays, immigrants, breast-feeding moms and others.

Hillary Clinton Reportedly Turned Down HRC Keynote for 'SNL' Appearance

A new report from the New York Times claims Democratic presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton turned down the opportunity to give the keynote address at the Human Rights Campaign gala this Saturday in Washington, D.C., so she could appear on "SNL."

PopeMeet: 'Funny or Die' Video Spoofs Pope's Meeting with Kim Davis

How did a thrice divorced non-Catholic with a history of adultery and not "doing unto others..." get a date with Pope Francis? It's simple. She used PopeMeet.

$7.3M Verdict Against Lady Gaga's Former Boyfriend Tossed

Lady Gaga's first producer and former boyfriend has been given a new trial after a judge overturned an order that he pay $7.3 million to the Hollywood songwriter who discovered the singer.

Police: NY Man Punched, Kicked in Face in Alleged Anti-Gay Attack

CRIME | Oct 2
The New York Police Department said this week a 37-year-old man was kicked and punched several times in the face as his attackers hurled gay slurs at him at a Manhattan subway station last month.

Davis' Lawyer Disputes Vatican Description of Meeting

Kim Davis' attorney is disputing the Vatican's description and interpretation of her Sept. 24 meeting with Pope Francis.

Ak-Chin Woman Sues Tribe to Recognize Same-Sex Marriage

A member of the Ak-Chin Indian Community in a same-sex marriage is suing the tribe to recognize the union.

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