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    Conservatory of Flowers Goes Psychedelic with Nightly Free Summer Light Show

    Conservatory of Flowers Goes Psychedelic with Nightly Free Summer Light Show

    Flowers power the night this summer as the Conservatory of Flowers in Golden Gate Park becomes the canvas for an elegant light art installation that honors San Francisco’s city-wide celebration…

    Remembering Carolyn Ellis Staton, with Thanks to Hillary Clinton, Too

    Remembering Carolyn Ellis Staton, with Thanks to Hillary Clinton, Too

    By Dr. Betty L. Sullivan (Editor’s Note: Carolyn Ellis Staton, former provost at the University of Mississippi, was married to William “Bill” Staton for 33 years. She is referred to in this story…

    Pride Set to Music

    Pride Set to Music

    By Dr. Tim Seelig Have you ever played that little mental game, “If my life were made into a movie, who would play me?” If you said “no,” you obviously…

    Spirit of the Summer of Love Is in Full Bloom at Asian Art Museum

    Spirit of the Summer of Love Is in Full Bloom at Asian Art Museum

    The Asian Art Museum is currently presenting the exhibit Flower Power, which showcases pan-Asian artworks that reveal the powerful language of flowers across times and cultures. The exhibition brings to…

    Pride, Summer of Love and Building a New Movement

    Pride, Summer of Love and Building a New Movement

    By Dr. Marcy Adelman The 50th Anniversary of the San Francisco Summer of Love coincides with this year’s Pride. The two events, separated by decades, share much in common. The…

    In the News: 8.07.2017

    Compiled by Dennis McMillan Senate Passes LGBT Seniors Bill of Rights for Long-Term Care Facilities On May 31, the California Senate passed SB 219, authored by Senator Scott Wiener (D-San…

    Ann Rostow: Anchor Away

    Ann Rostow: Anchor Away

    By Ann Rostow Anchor Away I know that by the time you read this, everything will, no doubt, be just fine. But as I write, I’m worried about Rachel Maddow.…

    Pride Reflections

    Pride Reflections

    By Rafael Mandelman Ever since I was a college student back home in San Francisco for summer break, I have loved the start of June. Seeing the rainbow flags pop up…

    Rally Held in SF to Commemorate International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia & Biphobia

    Rally Held in SF to Commemorate International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia & Biphobia

    By Dennis McMillan The San Francisco #IDAHOT rally in Harvey Milk Plaza on May 17 was one of hundreds of events occurring worldwide demanding justice for victims of LGBTQ persecution…

    Celebrating Pride as We Remember Orlando

    Celebrating Pride as We Remember Orlando

    By Stuart Gaffney and John Lewis As we mark the first anniversary of the Orlando massacre in which 49, mostly Latinx, members of the LGBTQ community were murdered and 53…