Topics :: San Francisco
Worthy of an Emmy award for most drama in the fight for gay marriage, now gay and lesbian couples across the Golden State can get hitched in some of our country's most picture-perfect destinations.
On Monday, March 2 at Marines' Memorial Theater in San Francisco, Bruce Vilanch will host a one-night-only benefit cabaret performance of "Newsies." The event will raise funds for The Richmond/Ermet AIDS Foundation (REAF).
From February 27-March 1, women travelers will flock to San Francisco for the Second Annual Women's Travel Fest 2015. Featured speakers include Felicity Aston, Lisa Ling, and Patricia Schultz.
The Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence have suspended the Pink Saturday street party in San Francisco's Castro district, meaning there may be no planned event in the area the night before the annual LGBT Pride parade.
A leather-themed public plaza would be built on the roadway outside the Eagle bar in San Francisco's South of Market neighborhood under a proposal backed by the developer of a new mixed-use housing and retail development.
On Tuesday, February 10 in San Francisco, the Trans* Activists for Justice and Accountability Coalition ("TAJA") will hold a die-in and press conference united in anger and outrage over the murder of Taja DeJesus.
On Saturday night, activists from the AIDS Coalition To Unleash Power (ACT UP) gathered outside the Waldorf Astoria at a gala sponsored by Human Rights Campaign (HRC) to honor Fortune 500 corporations.
A San Francisco man convicted of accidentally choking to death his sexual partner in 2011 pleaded not guilty this week in a case that involves at least one recent fire in the Castro.
Cookie's Monster Show continues at The Edge each Thursday, and other events like last week's Mother are raising funds for the couple, proving that queens stick together in times of need.
The history of the Imperial Court of San Francisco continues in this unique contribution to GLBT History.