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    LGBT Older Adults and In-Home Non-Medical Care Services

    LGBT Older Adults and In-Home Non-Medical Care Services

    By Dr. Marcy Adelman I don’t recall anyone telling me that one of the best experiences they had taking care of their self/parent/spouse/friend was what it took to find, manage,…

    Summer of Love, Winter of Despair

    Summer of Love, Winter of Despair

    By Dr. Bill Lipsky Frolicking in the park. Protesting in the street. Dying in a distant land. The “Summer of Love” came during a year filled with sorrow, neglect, and…

    Curated: Singing Beach Manchester, Massachusetts, 1983

    Curated: Singing Beach Manchester, Massachusetts, 1983

    In the Permanent Collection of the de Young Museum, Gallery 26 The breadth and volume of work produced by Martin Johnson Heade (1819–1904) is perhaps unrivaled by any artist of…

    You Can Help Save LGBT-Owned Laurel Book Store in Oakland!

    Members of our team here at the San Francisco Bay Times have been going to the Laurel Book Store for years—first when it was in the Laurel District near Mills…

    16th AIDS/LifeCycle Rolls in More Than $15.1 Million in the Fight Against HIV

    16th AIDS/LifeCycle Rolls in More Than $15.1 Million in the Fight Against HIV

      Mighty cyclists numbering 2,226 at this year’s AIDS/LifeCycle, the world’s largest single-event fundraiser related to HIV/AIDS, raised more than $15.1 million dollars. Helped by 683 volunteer “roadies,” the cyclists…

    In the News: 7.13.2017

    Compiled by Dennis McMillan HRC Enacts Its Largest Ever Grassroots Expansion The Human Rights Campaign (HRC) this week announced a grassroots expansion that is larger and bolder than any in…

    Ann Rostow: Mensis Horribilis

    Ann Rostow: Mensis Horribilis

    By Ann Rostow Mensis Horribilis You should have seen the essay I wrote last week after one of the most horrendous series of antigay court actions in recent years. I…

    New Leadership for the SF LGBT Community Center, Reining in OMI Evictions

    New Leadership for the SF LGBT Community Center, Reining in OMI Evictions

    By Rafael Mandelman City College Transitions City College is in a moment of transition. The end of June also marked the end of Susan Lamb’s term as Interim Chancellor. Susan,…

    Rainbows Appeared in the Night Sky Over the Castro During Pride Weekend

    Rainbows Appeared in the Night Sky Over the Castro During Pride Weekend

    Beautiful, brightly hued rainbows flowed over the Castro on the night of Saturday, June 24, ahead of the Pride Parade the next day. The wizards behind the sky show were…

    A Victory for Love 120 Years in the Making

    A Victory for Love 120 Years in the Making

    By Stuart Gaffney and John Lewis When Dr. Magnus Hirschfeld and other gay rights pioneers founded the first LGBT rights advocacy organization in the world in Berlin, Germany, in 1897,…