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    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…

    Sweat and Glitter

    Sweat and Glitter

    Happy New Year to our faithful San Francisco Bay Times readers! I hope your year is off to a good start. How many New Year’s resolutions have you made? How…

    Good News for City College, District 3 Blues, Changing of the Guard at Alice and Milk

    Good News for City College, District 3 Blues, Changing of the Guard at Alice and Milk

    Restoration Granted to City College The new year has brought good news for City College of San Francisco. On January 14, the Accrediting Commission for Community and Junior Colleges announced…

    Two Muscular Cars to Rev Up Your 2015

    Two Muscular Cars to Rev Up Your 2015

    Work out more: that’s a common New Year’s resolution. Even if you’re off your routine, your car could feel like it’s been doing squats while you sleep. Two cars I…

    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…

    Managing Your Taxes in 2015

    Managing Your Taxes in 2015

    There’s one thing you can count on as we kick off a new year—changes to the tax code. While there are few major new laws affecting taxpayers in 2015, it…

    The Supreme Court and the Power of Windsor

    The Supreme Court and the Power of Windsor

    With the Supreme Court’s announcing it will review marriage discrimination laws in Michigan, Ohio, Kentucky, and Tennessee, we look to the Court to apply United States v. Windsor, its powerful…

    Jim and Fred: A Love Story, Part 2

    Jim and Fred: A Love Story, Part 2

    Jim and Fred’s story in the previous “Aging in Community” column poignantly revealed some of the unique challenges faced by LGBT caregivers and their loved ones living with dementia. Like…

    Ann Rostow: Let the Sun Shine

    By Ann Rostow Let the Sun Shine We can now welcome Florida to the Promised Land, bringing the number of marriage equality states to 36 as 2015 begins. The Sunshine…

    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…