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    The Search for ‘Screaming Queens’: Remembering the Compton’s Cafeteria Riot

    The Search for ‘Screaming Queens’: Remembering the Compton’s Cafeteria Riot

    “As near as we can tell at this late date, based on incomplete and contradictory information, on a weekend night in August 1966, the patrons of Compton’s Cafeteria in the…

    Calendar of Events for the Compton’s Cafeteria Riot 50th Anniversary

    Calendar of Events for the Compton’s Cafeteria Riot 50th Anniversary

    The GLBT History Museum   Cruising the Tenderloin in the 1960s: A Talk by Felicia Elizondo Thursday, August 4   7:00–9:00 pm    Admission: $5.00; free for members Felicia Elizondo, a self-described “Mexican…

    The LGBTQIA Center’s Namesake, James C. Hormel

    The LGBTQIA Center’s Namesake, James C. Hormel

    James C. Hormel has devoted his life to the advocacy of basic human rights, social justice and the well being of all individuals. Hormel is an alumnus of Swarthmore College,…

    Call for Volunteers – Celebration of Craftswoman Needs You

    Call for Volunteers – Celebration of Craftswoman Needs You

    The 37th annual Celebration of Craftswomen takes place November 27–29 at Fort Mason Center’s Herbst Pavilion. It is a greatly anticipated tradition for us every year, with “Betty’s List” and…

    SF Bay Times Photographer Rink Featured in New York Exhibit

    SF Bay Times Photographer Rink Featured in New York Exhibit

    Three images taken by legend­ary San Francisco Bay Times pho­tographer Rink are featured in the Leslie-Lohman Museum of Gay and Lesbian Art exhibit, On the Domestic Front: Scenes of Every­day…

    Volunteering for Frameline By Howard M. Steiermann

    Volunteering for Frameline  By Howard M. Steiermann

    As soon as I notice the rainbow flags along Market Street in June, a smile forms at the corner of my mouth and stretches up to my eyes. But Pride…

    Welcome to the Tom and Jerry Christmas Tree!

    Welcome to the Tom and Jerry Christmas Tree!

    By Tom Taylor and Jerome Goldstein We present our Tom and Jerry Christmas Tree, which has been an annual, ongoing tradition for the past 30 years. The yearly Christmas Display…

    What’s Happenin’ for Halloween, Queen!

    What’s Happenin’ for Halloween, Queen!

    By Sister Dana Van Iquity On October 31, 1989, two weeks after San Francisco was devastated by the Loma Prieta earthquake, we Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence stood on stepstools and…

    Oakland’s Café Crush Will Leave You With a Natural High

    Oakland’s Café Crush Will Leave You With a Natural High

    You know a place has to serve up healthy fare when, on any given day, it draws nutritionists, nurses and doctors—some still wearing their work garb. But the patrons of…

    Artist Spotlight: Lexa Walsh

    Throughout May, the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco will be featuring a series of events with artist fellow Lexa Walsh, who is developing a map and archive of remarkable,…

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