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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…

    The World Premiere of HBO’s “Looking” at the Castro Theatre

    The World Premiere of HBO’s “Looking” at the Castro Theatre

    The world premiere of HBO’s new series, Looking, took place January 14 at the Castro Theatre. The gay dramedy is set in San Francisco, where it was also filmed. Creator/Co-Executive…

    The Last Match Is Sexy and Compelling, Even If the Ending Disappoints

    The Last Match Is Sexy and Compelling, Even If the Ending Disappoints

    By Gary Kramer The Last Match, opening Friday at Landmark’s Opera Plaza Cinema, is a sexy and affecting drama about two young men who fall in love amid poverty in…

    Q&A with Darren Stein, Director of G.B.F.

    Q&A with Darren Stein, Director of G.B.F.

    By Gary Kramer Turning the drama of coming out into high comedy, G.B.F., opening January 24, is a bright—and brightly colored—high-energy romp. Tanner (Michael J. Willett) is a high school…

    Sister Dana Sez: Words of Wisdumb From a Fun Nun

    Sister Dana Sez: Words of Wisdumb From a Fun Nun

    By Sister Dana Sister Dana sez, “Senate Repugnicans voted against a bill that would have reinstated long-term unemployment benefits for 1.3 million Americans – including more than 200,000 military veterans…

    SF’s Winter Fancy Food Show

    SF’s Winter Fancy Food Show

    By Elaine Viegas For professional foodies, San Francisco’s Winter Fancy Food Show is like Christmas, Chanukah and birthdays all rolled into one. Since the countdown is now on for the…

    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,…

    The Girls in the Band

    The Girls in the Band

    “They wiggled, they jiggled, they wore low cut gowns and short shorts, they kowtowed to the club owners and smiled at the customers…and they did it all, just to play…

    Women in Jazz

    Women in Jazz

    By Melanie Berzon As Bird said, “Now’s The Time”…to honor our Jazz Sisters! We at KCSM, The Bay Area’s Jazz Station, do just that on a regular basis throughout our…

    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…