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    Visionary Castro Homeowner Launched a Power Revolution

    Visionary Castro Homeowner Launched a Power Revolution

    An estimated 1.5 million Californians were impacted by the PG&E blackouts earlier this month—just the latest problem tied to our reliance on unsustainable energy systems. Solar panels, conversely, utilize the…

    SF Bay Times to Partner with Warriors for First LGBTQ Night at Chase Center

    SF Bay Times to Partner with Warriors for First LGBTQ Night at Chase Center

    The San Francisco Bay Times is proud to partner with the Golden State Warriors for the first ever LGBTQ Night at the Chase Center! Join us for this historic event…

    On the Verge of an Incredible Moment

    On the Verge of an Incredible Moment

    By Roger Doughty– Founded in 1980, Horizons is the world’s first community foundation that is of, by, and for LGBTQ people. We invest in LGBTQ nonprofits, strengthen a culture of…

    Join Me in Shaping GGBA’s Future

    Join Me in Shaping GGBA’s Future

    By Gina Grahame– Just as we finished the celebration of historic achievements for the LGBT community—national recognition of gay marriage, the ability to serve openly in the military, and, of…

    Up Close and Personal with Manny Yekutiel of ‘Manny’s’

    Up Close and Personal with Manny Yekutiel of ‘Manny’s’

    By Louise “Lou” Fischer– I first met Emanuel “Manny” Yekutiel” in December of 2017, when the Alice B. Toklas LGBT Democratic Club was nominating new Board members for the upcoming…

    The Richmond/Ermet Aid Foundation Commemorates 25 Years of Supporting the Community

    The Richmond/Ermet Aid Foundation Commemorates 25 Years of Supporting the Community

    Twenty-five years ago, two mothers who each suffered through losing their only sons to AIDS decided to take action and to do something positive with their grief. Barbara Richmond and…

    Miracle at Candlestick

    Miracle at Candlestick

    2019 marks the 30th anniversary of the 1989 Loma Prieta earthquake in Northern California. The 6.9 temblor was responsible for 63 deaths and 3757 injuries. According to geologists, it is…

    Cruisin’ the Castro Walking Tours Honored as First San Francisco Legacy Business Tour Company

    Cruisin’ the Castro Walking Tours Honored as First San Francisco Legacy Business Tour Company

    The San Francisco Small Business Commission last month unanimously approved Cruisin’ the Castro Walking Tours as the city’s first and only Legacy Business Tour Company. Founded in 1989 by historian…

    Mayor London Breed’s First Year in Office Highlights LGBTQ Issues

    Mayor London Breed’s First Year in Office Highlights LGBTQ Issues

     What a difference a year can make. It was just last June 5 when a special election was held for mayor of San Francisco, following former Mayor Ed Lee’s passing…

    Priscilla Meets Dixie

    Priscilla Meets Dixie

    By Dr. Tim Seelig– Hopefully you are familiar with the San Francisco Gay Men’s Chorus’ Lavender Pen Tour to the South in October, 2017. Steve Huffines, our board chair at…

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