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    Local Pro Hockey Team Makes History on Big LGBT Sports Night

    Local Pro Hockey Team Makes History on Big LGBT Sports Night

    By Tony Jasinski In recent years, there have been significant improvements in how our community is viewed in the larger world of sports. For example, it wasn’t that long ago…

    In Memoriam

    Otis Charles, First Openly Gay Bishop April 24, 1926 – December 26, 2013 The Rt. Rev. Otis Charles died peacefully on December 26, 2013, at San Francisco’s Coming Home Hospice,…

    University of San Francisco Hosts First LGBT Sports Event

    University of San Francisco Hosts First LGBT Sports Event

    By Tony Jasinski The University of San Francisco hosted an LGBT event as part of its men’s basketball program game against Pepperdine University on Saturday, January 4th.  It’s believed that…

    Giving Guide Assists With Year-End Donations to LGBT Orgs

    Deb Stallings, Director of Development at Horizons Foundation, tells us that Horizons has created a great tool to help donors make tax deductible year-end gifts to the LGBT community, though…

    Round About – Holiday Season All Over Town!

    Round About – Holiday Season All Over Town!

    World Tree of Hope 2013

    World Tree of Hope 2013

    The World Tree of Hope is the largest origami decorated holiday tree in the world, standing 25 feet tall and decorated with over 12,000 origami cranes and stars. Each is…

    Everything Is Born From Hope

    By Jeff Cotter What does the holiday season mean to you? For me, it is about spending time with friends, reflecting on the past year’s achievements and shortcomings, but most of all…

    Stars of Cirque Dreams Holidaze Find Holiday Magic in SF

    Stars of Cirque Dreams Holidaze Find Holiday Magic in SF

    Cirque Dreams Holidaze is “so full of energy it could end our dependence on oil,” according to the New York Daily News. We are inclined to agree, especially knowing that…

    Fall Basketball Playoffs Underway

    Fall Basketball Playoffs Underway

    By Tony Jasinski The 9-team Castro Fall Basketball League is coming to its normal conclusion: playoffs and fun. The SFGBA has sponsored a league competition since 1996 that’s usually twice…

    Not Just a Choir, but a Family

    Not Just a Choir, but a Family

    The year 1986 was huge for me. My entire life changed from being a married man with children and a Southern Baptist minister of music to an out gay man.…