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    The Wine Train Pride Ride 2017!

    The Wine Train Pride Ride 2017!

    In the News: 3.23.17

    Compiled by Dennis McMillan Wave of Vandalism, Violence Hits LGBTQ Centers Across Nation In February and March, hate incidents have occurred at LGBTQ community centers and similar venues across the…

    Ann Rostrow: Fait Accompli

    Ann Rostrow: Fait Accompli

    By Ann Rostow Fait Accompli Here’s what I think about Neil Gorsuch. Merrick Garland unfortunately is history and we’re not going to continually block Trump’s nominee for four years. We…

    New Legislation to Prevent Discrimination in Filling City of Oakland Job Vacancies

    New Legislation to Prevent Discrimination in Filling City of Oakland Job Vacancies

    By Rebecca Kaplan, Oakland City Councilmember At-Large While the Trump Administration’s stance on marijuana is uncertain, the national trend is anything but. California is now one of 8 states that have…

    Proposed Federal Budget Cuts to Education Would Hurt Poorest Americans

    Proposed Federal Budget Cuts to Education Would Hurt Poorest Americans

    By Alex Randolph, City College Trustee There is not a lot to be happy about these days it seems. Lying has become acceptable. Outright falsehoods are justified as responses to…

    Another Reason for March Madness: Hamilton

    Another Reason for March Madness: Hamilton

    By Dr. Tim Seelig Oh, yes, it’s here. The earth shook on March 10. Most of the residents of our fair city probably didn’t know what caused the tremor. Regardless,…

    Stuart Davis: In Full Swing

    Stuart Davis: In Full Swing

    At the de Young, April 1–August 6 The Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco are pleased to present Stuart Davis: In Full Swing, the first major exhibition in 20 years…

    Student Voices: Our Tiny Little Bubble

    Student Voices: Our Tiny Little Bubble

    By Jenn Bowman (Editor’s Note: Teacher Jenn Bowman of San Francisco’s Mission High School is teaching LGBTQ Studies. In this column, Bowman’s students share their thoughts about LGBTQ-related matters, including…

    Historic White Horse Bar to Honor Gay Baseball Legend Glenn Burke at Rainbow Honor Walk Benefit

    Historic White Horse Bar to Honor Gay Baseball Legend Glenn Burke at Rainbow Honor Walk Benefit

    Play ball and give a high five to the inventor of this celebratory gesture—openly gay baseball legend Glenn Burke of Oakland A’s fame—while raising funds for and paying tribute to the Rainbow Honor Walk. On…

    Clarkson Crane: Gay San Francisco Between the World Wars

    Clarkson Crane: Gay San Francisco Between the World Wars

    By Dr. Bill Lipsky When Clarkson Crane published his first novel The Western Shore in 1925, it was notable for many reasons. It was the first book from a mainstream American…

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