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    Marc Huestis Outshines Stars in Larger Than Life Intimate Showbiz Memoir

    Marc Huestis Outshines Stars in Larger Than Life Intimate Showbiz Memoir

    “My name is Marc Huestis and I am an impresario. Yes, I have been dubbed ‘Impresario of Castro Street.’ I’ve come to embrace that title, but getting there has been…

    Business Equality Magazine Names Legacy Leaders

    To commemorate Stonewall50, Business Equality Magazine (BEQ) selected an inaugural list of Legacy Leaders Over 50. BEQ Founding Publisher Robin Dillard and the magazine’s editorial board shared that “posthumous celebrations…

    Lazy Sluggard

    Lazy Sluggard

    By Dr. Tim Seelig– For those of you who have read any of my articles, you might find it odd that I am using not one, not two, but three…

    Trevor Hailey’s Legacy Thrives in the Castro

    Trevor Hailey’s Legacy Thrives in the Castro

    It is hard to imagine Castro Street without its iconic rainbow flag, but when Trevor Hailey (1941–2007) created Cruisin’ the Castro walking tours, such symbols of the LGBTQ community were…

    Ann Rostow: The Lazy, Hazy, Crazy Days of Summer

    Ann Rostow: The Lazy, Hazy, Crazy Days of Summer

    By Ann Rostow– The Lazy, Hazy, Crazy Days of Summer It’s summertime, everyone. Pride festival, the longest days of the year, the onset of those timeless weeks of sun, salt,…

    Legal vs. Lived Equality

    Legal vs. Lived Equality

    By Brett Andrews– As we celebrate Pride, it is hard to believe how far the LGBTQ movement has come since the Stonewall riots in 1969. Then, conditions on the ground…

    Up Close and Personal with Outgoing SF Pride Executive Director George Ridgely

    Up Close and Personal with Outgoing SF Pride Executive Director George Ridgely

    By Louise “Lou” Fischer– George Ridgely, the sixth Executive Director to lead SF Pride, announced back in May that after five and a half years, six Pride weekends and thousands…

    San Francisco Bay Times Pride Parade Contingent 2019: Generations of Resistance

    The San Francisco Bay Times Pride Parade contingent for 2019 will be the largest ever in the history of the paper, with an estimated 24 wheel monitors, 6 motorized vehicles,…

    International Pride

    The State of New York this year is hosting the largest international celebration of LGBT Pride in history: Stonewall50. This is possible, in part, because the majority of North America’s…

    Honoring Stonewall by Continuing the Fight for LGBTQ Safety

    Honoring Stonewall by Continuing the Fight for LGBTQ Safety

    By Andrea Shorter– Happy LGBTQ Pride! Whether you are an out, loud and proud denizen of the San Francisco Bay Area, or are eagerly visiting San Francisco from afar to…