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Aspen Gay Ski Week Raises Community Fund

LOCAL | By EDGE | Friday Oct 17, 2014
Aspen Gay Ski Week returns for its 38th year, January 11-18, 2015. With 5,000 attendees, the event raises funds for Roaring Fork Gay and Lesbian Community Fund.

NC High School Cancels Play Featuring Same-Sex Couple

LOCAL | By Winnie McCroy | Oct 15
Students at a North Carolina high school are seeing red over their principal's decision to shut down their current production of "Almost, Maine," a romantic comedy by John Cariani that depicts multiple love stories, including one between two men.

Gay Men Seek SF College Board Seats

LOCAL | By Matthew S. Bajko | Oct 12
As City College of San Francisco continues to fight a decision to yank its accreditation, a pair of out candidates is seeking seats this fall on the board that is supposed to oversee the local community college system.

NY Yanks Pornhub's Newly Erected Billboard

LOCAL | By Bobby McGuire | Oct 11
Pornhub's largest erection to date, a 54 foot billboard in Times Square, got a hefty dose of saltpeter this week, when an area hotel complained about its suggestive, yet very PG-rated, message

PAWS Gets New Leader

LOCAL | By Seth Hemmelgarn | Oct 10
A San Francisco nonprofit that helps low-income people who have disabling HIV/AIDS and other illnesses with their pets has a new executive director.

Marijuana Soda Bottles Explode at Washington Shop

LOCAL | Oct 9
Bottles of legal marijuana-infused soda delivered to a Washington state pot shop started exploding on the store shelf.

Fenway Gets $800K To Study Health of FTM Transpeople

LOCAL | By EDGE | Oct 7
The Fenway Institute at Fenway Health has been approved for an $813,000 funding award by the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI) to study the sexual health of female-to-male (FTM) transgender people.

Lena Dunham :: Candid As Always

LOCAL | By Alicia Rancilio | Oct 5
With her new book and promotional tour, Lena Dunham continues to be the voice of millennials. And as outspoken as ever.

Halloween is New Deadline for Castro Street Project

LOCAL | By Matthew S. Bajko | Oct 5
Come Halloween, the Castro sidewalk widening project should no longer be scaring away traffic - pedestrian, vehicular, or otherwise - to the city's gayborhood.

Nation's Largest HIV/AIDS Conference Comes to San Diego

LOCAL | By Winnie McCroy | Oct 3
The United States Conference on AIDS (USCA) will make San Diego its home through October 5.

Vigil to Mark Castro Sweep 25th Anniversary

LOCAL | By Seth Hemmelgarn | Oct 2
Next week marks the 25th anniversary of the Castro Sweep, the October night in 1989 when police flooded San Francisco's gay Castro neighborhood, arresting and injuring numerous people.