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Fitness SF Helps to Revitalize San Francisco Neighborhoods

Fitness SF Helps to Revitalize San Francisco Neighborhoods

By Don Dickerson It is an exciting time for Fitness SF as we build our brand within the thriving San Francisco Bay Area communities. Although Fitness SF is a fairly new brand,…

Local and National News

Local and National News

By Dennis McMillan LGBT Organizations Commemorate Black History Month February is Black History Month, and a number of LGBT organizations are marking it with special programs and events. HRC is…

Honoring Our Mother and Founding Court

Honoring Our Mother and Founding Court

By Nicole Murray Ramirez, Queen Mother I of the Americas San Francisco is the birthplace of the Gay Games, AIDS Name Project Quilt, Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence, Harvey Milk’s gay…

Reflecting Upon Our Half Century

Reflecting Upon Our Half Century

By John F. Weber, Emperor XXVI On behalf of the Imperial Council of San Francisco, Inc. Board of Directors, it is with special honor that I congratulate Emperor John Paul…

Anniversary Wishes

Anniversary Wishes

Anne Kronenberg José Sarria, a true gay rights pioneer, had the vision and the inspiration to found the first Court system here in San Francisco. The Imperial Court is an…

What’s Next?

What’s Next?

By Donna Sachet, Heir Apparent 4th in Line of Succession to Queen Mother I Nicole the Great Editor’s Note: The following is an excerpt from a piece that is published…

50 Years of Fabulous – Documentary Reveals the Successes and Struggles of the Imperial Court

50 Years of Fabulous –  Documentary Reveals  the Successes and Struggles  of the Imperial Court

Being homosexual was still illegal in the U.S., yet José Sarria introduced the Imperial Council of San Francisco (ICSF) as a campy social club governed by drag queens and open…

It’s Queer, Eccentric and Delicious: The Winter Fancy Food Show

It’s Queer, Eccentric and Delicious: The Winter Fancy Food Show

By Elaine Viegas San Francisco’s Winter Fancy Food Show is to food what the Olympics are to sports. Representatives from countless countries all descend upon the city and wind up…

In the News

Trans Woman Stabbed on Muni Samantha Hulsey, a 24-year-old trans woman, was stabbed in the chest on Muni on January 3, according to the SF Chronicle and other reports. Hulsey…

Café Flore Offers Soul-Satisfying Meals and Queer Camaraderie in the Heart of the Castro

Café Flore Offers Soul-Satisfying Meals and  Queer Camaraderie in the Heart of the Castro

We cannot imagine the Castro without Café Flore. In the heart of our neighborhood since 1973, it has always provided a welcome spot to meet, eat, linger, engage in passionate…

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