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    World’s Gayest City Hall Turns 100 + Image Gallery

    Harvey Milk frequently used to pause and admire the engraved medallions at San Francisco City Hall depicting Liberty, Equality, Learning and Strength. Years later, Patrick Carney, who worked on the…

    San Francisco City Hall: The People’s Palace

    San Francisco City Hall: The People’s Palace

    By Patrick Carney The Shared Vision of Mayors “Sunny Jim” Rolph (1913) and Willie Brown (1996) San Francisco’s spectacular City Hall was destroyed in the 1906 earthquake. After an architectural…

    Ann Rostow: Sharkando

    Ann Rostow: Sharkando

    By Ann Rostow Sharknado! Before we start, I think I may have mentioned in the past that one of our three weather channel anchors here in Austin, Texas, likes to…

    In the News

    By Dennis McMillan Save the Mission Protest Brings Out Hundreds A diverse crowd of protesters, including many queer activists, assembled in City Hall for the peaceful demonstration, “No Monsters in…

    Speaking Out for Civil Rights

    Speaking Out for Civil Rights

    Californians have adopted laws by ballot initiative for over a hundred years. The people have this power in order to hold state leaders accountable and to enact laws elected officials…

    Gearing Up for Our Third AIDS/LifeCycle Together

    Gearing Up for Our Third AIDS/LifeCycle Together

    By Ellen Haller, MD, and Joanne Engel, MD, PhD (Editor’s Note: UCSF will be well represented again at this year’s AIDS/LifeCycle, with many members having done the ride multiple times.…

    Trans Über Publisher to Host Pride Month Panel on Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity

    Joe Wenke, founder and publisher of Trans Über —a publishing company with a focus on promoting LGBTQI rights, free thought and equality for all people—will soon be heading up a…

    5th Annual San Francisco Peacemaker Award Ceremony to Be Held During Pride Month

    5th Annual San Francisco Peacemaker Award Ceremony  to Be Held During Pride Month

    The first week of Pride month will include the 5th annual San Francisco Peacemaker Award Ceremony, which recognizes the contributions of individuals and organizations that strive toward making our city’s…

    Adult Protective Services – An Integral Part of the LGBT Community’s Safety Net

    Adult Protective Services – An Integral Part of the LGBT Community’s Safety Net

    The overarching mission of the Adult Protective Services (APS) program in San Francisco is to protect elders and adults with disabilities from abuse, neglect, exploitation, and self-neglect. APS strives to…

    AIDS/LifeCycle: Adventure, Community, and Critical Funding for Local HIV Prevention & Care

    AIDS/LifeCycle: Adventure, Community, and Critical Funding for Local HIV Prevention & Care

    By Greg Sroda On Sunday, May 31, more than 3,200 people from 46 states, Washington, D.C. and 21 countries will embark on a life-changing journey. It’s the 14th annual AIDS/LifeCycle,…