Topics :: San Francisco
By Seth Hemmelgarn | Monday May 26, 2014
Lyon-Martin Health Services, a nonprofit that provides primary medical care to women and transgender people regardless of their ability to pay, and HealthRight 360, which offers substance abuse counseling and other programs, are exploring a merger.
By Khaled Sayed | Saturday May 24, 2014
Among the hundreds of college graduates that will collect their diplomas this weekend at San Francisco State University are four out LGBT students. Some have overcome challenges while others are planning to complete advanced degrees.
By Matthew S. Bajko | Thursday May 22, 2014
San Francisco’s skyrocketing rents have led to a drop in the number of apartments a local agency can afford to lease for homeless youth.
Tuesday May 20, 2014
A man accused of robbing a woman and kicking her in the head in a brutal attack during San Francisco’s gay pride festivities has been sentenced to six years in prison.
By Matthew S. Bajko | Sunday May 18, 2014
The plan to name a terminal at San Francisco International Airport in honor of the city’s first openly gay supervisor, Harvey Milk, remains grounded a year after initially being proposed.
By Seth Hemmelgarn | Saturday May 17, 2014
A travel agency founded by gay men that’s been in San Francisco’s Castro neighborhood for almost 30 years is being evicted.
By Winnie McCroy | Wednesday May 7, 2014
Three California AIDS Service Organizations have announced their support of Truvada, an important new tool in fighting AIDS, and thank Medi-Cal for easing access to the drug.
By Matthew S. Bajko | Wednesday Apr 2, 2014
Drawing upon a report finalized March 25, the two gay members of the Board of Supervisors are preparing to introduce legislation in the coming months focused on LGBT seniors issues.
By BeBe Sweetbriar | Wednesday Mar 26, 2014
"I certainly was not a fan of children until I had one," says Eagan. The Tony Award-winning actress is back on stage as an opinionated mother and performer in a self-written storytelling show called "One For My Baby," debuting in San Francisco on March 28
By Heather Cassell | Sunday Mar 9, 2014
Nearly 800 digital dykes and their friends geeked out and were ready to revolutionize the tech industry at the first-ever Lesbians Who Tech Summit at the Castro Theatre.