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Oakland’s Record-breaking Councilmember Rebecca Kaplan Continues to Amaze When members of our SF Bay Times team first met Rebecca Kaplan nearly a decade ago, we were extremely impressed. At the…

What a Difference a Quarter Century Makes

What a Difference a Quarter Century Makes

With the issue of marriage equality now before the United States Supreme Court, it is important to look at how far the LGBT movement has come over the last quarter…

History of the Castro/Upper MarketHistory of the Castro/Upper MarketHistory of the Castro/ By Pauline Scholten In its first 200 years of recorded history, the sheltered little valley now called The…

On October 1, Positive Resource Center will present the Emerson Community Volunteer Award to San Francisco Bay Times photographer Rink, who has been photographing our community for nearly five decades.…

What’s Hue Got to Do With It…

What’s Hue Got to Do With It…

To most interior designers, 50 Shades of Grey is less erotic thriller than a primer for choosing the perfect shade of grey.  Color is deeply embedded into the human psyche…

StartOut Empowers LGBT Entrepreneurs to Greatness in Business and in the Community By Jonathan D. Lovitz Success for the LGBT community nationwide is constantly being redefined. For decades, the thought…

At the Bay Times, we will never forget Bryan “Feather Lynn” Higgins. We saw this beautiful radical faerie often, at events, at the deli on Noe where Higgins worked, or…

Gay Games IX Tom Waddell Award Winners By Doug Litwin The international Federation of Gay Games manages the quadrennial Gay Games from right here in San Francisco. Created in 1990…

                                      Two hot summer nights are coming up, and we’re not just…

Summer Festival Time!

Summer Festival Time!

Here is a sampling of just some of the many LGBT summer events and festivals happening over the next couple of months. Friday, July 18 Rock Wall Wine Pride Prom…

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