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    Welcome to the 40th Castro Street Fair!

    Welcome to the 40th Castro Street Fair!

    The Bay Times, like the Castro Street Fair, is Castro-based and celebrates the diversity of our ever-growing LGBT family. We are the oldest and largest Bay Area newspaper that is…

    The First Castro Street Fairs – Bay Times Photographer Rink Was There

    The First Castro Street Fairs – Bay Times Photographer Rink Was There

    1974 was a seminal year in our community’s history. Harvey Milk, then dubbed “The Mayor of Castro Street,” helped to found the Castro Village Association to support LGBT businesses. As…

    Where Have All the Butches Gone?

    Where Have All the Butches Gone?

    In the company of lesbians of my generation and older, I frequently hear conversations about how much things have changed since we were young. And invariably, someone asks: Where have…

    Where We Are Spending Our Time and Money

    A few months ago, we invited you to participate in the 2013 LGBT Community Survey report created by Community Market & Insights (CMI). Thanks to all Bay Times readers who…

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    Falls Church, VA – Openly Gay Olympic Skater Urges No Olympic Boycott – 8.1 Two-time Olympic figure skating competitor, openly gay Johnny Weir, urged in his weekly column that there…

    Top Bay Area LGBT Concerns

    Top Bay Area LGBT Concerns

    Editor’s Note: With Prop 8 thankfully behind us, many have wondered about the future of our community’s efforts, in terms of what should next garner our attention and support. We…

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    Meridian, MS – Satanists Turn Founder of Westboro Baptist Church’s Dead Mom Gay – 7.1 The Satanic Temple, a burgeoning community of worship devoted to the Dark Lord, has performed…

    Local News

    Last Call for Alcohol in SF Is Still 2 AM California lawmakers have rejected a bill, SB 635, which would allow bars and clubs to serve alcohol until 4 AM…

    The LGBT Aging Policy Task Force

    By Dr. Marcy Adelman  Guest Contributor On May 24, 2012 the San Francisco Board of Supervisors passed legislation establishing the city’s first LGBT Aging Policy Task Force. Subsequently, fifteen diverse…

    Local News

    Castro Street Sidewalks to be Widened Funding has been secured and planning is starting for the long-discussed widening of pedestrian sidewalks in the 400 and 500 blocks of Castro Street (between…

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