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    Serving Up FRESH Transgender and Queer Performance: FRESH MEAT FESTIVAL is a Pride Highlight

    Serving Up FRESH Transgender and Queer Performance: FRESH MEAT FESTIVAL is a Pride Highlight

    San Francisco’s wildly popular FRESH MEAT FESTIVAL of transgender and queer performance returns next week, featuring transgender theater trailblazers, world champion bachata dancers, vogue superstars, a queer retro boy band,…

    My 18 Best Travel Tips After Three Decades of Traveling the World

    My 18 Best Travel Tips After Three Decades of Traveling the World

    By Jill Cruse– Let me start out by saying that I have never been one of those who could just pack a carry-on to travel for two weeks. My hat…

    Rainbow World Fund Delegation Travels to Cuba Despite Sudden Cancellation of Nation’s Pride Celebrations

    Rainbow World Fund Delegation Travels to Cuba Despite Sudden Cancellation of Nation’s Pride Celebrations

    Rainbow World Fund (RWF), under the direction of Founder and President Jeff Cotter, has organized visits to Cuba since 2012. Each Jornada, or journey, has largely been educational, focusing on…

    Smuin Ballet Celebrates Silver Anniversary with Rousing Season Finale

    Smuin Ballet Celebrates Silver Anniversary with Rousing Season Finale

    Smuin Contemporary Ballet concludes its quarter-century celebration with a tribute to founder Michael Smuin, presenting a selection of his vibrant, witty and exuberant works set to the music of George…

    Openhouse Is Not What You Think It Is

    Openhouse Is Not What You Think It Is

          By Michelle Alcedo Openhouse is not what you think it is. It’s so much more. At Openhouse, we center the voices, experiences and histories of LGBTQ older…

    Groundbreaking Tony Award-Winning Musical Falsettos, Now at SHN, Still Surges with Vitality

    Groundbreaking Tony Award-Winning Musical Falsettos, Now at SHN, Still Surges with Vitality

    By Erik Piepenburg– When Sylvester or Justin Timberlake songs play, the heart soars and swoons. It’s not only because of their magnificent music but also because something about singing in…

    Honoring Trans Women of Color as Pioneers of the LGBTQ Rights Movement

    Honoring Trans Women of Color as Pioneers of the LGBTQ Rights Movement

    By Katie Conry– Trans women, especially trans women of color, have been at the forefront of the struggle for queer liberation. This is strongly reflected in the history of the…

    Music Legend Patti LaBelle Has Contributed to the Soundtrack of Our Lives

    Music Legend Patti LaBelle Has Contributed to the Soundtrack of Our Lives

    For more than 50 years, Patti LaBelle has enriched our lives with soulful music that goes beyond entertainment. Often her work has accompanied iconic moments in history. Depending on your…

    A Perfect Place to Celebrate Valentine’s Day: San Francisco’s Iconic Cliff House

    A Perfect Place to Celebrate Valentine’s Day: San Francisco’s Iconic Cliff House

    By David Landis– (Editor’s Note: In this issue of the San Francisco Bay Times we welcome David Landis as a new food columnist! We have admired David’s work over the…

    Building Bridges While Tearing Down Walls That Divide Us – GGBA in 2019

    Building Bridges While Tearing Down Walls That Divide Us – GGBA in 2019

    By The Golden Gate Business Association Board of Directors– Ricardo Lara, who was sworn in on January 7 as our state’s Insurance Commissioner, is California’s first openly LGBTQ statewide elected…

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