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    Bay Area Leaders Head to Democratic National Convention

    Bay Area Leaders Head to Democratic National Convention

    More LGBT Delegates Than Ever Expected to Attend 2016 DNC Organizers are expecting an unprecedented number of LGBT delegates to attend this year’s Democratic National Convention, with at least one…

    30th Annual SF AIDS Walk

    30th Annual SF AIDS Walk

    Since 1987, AIDS Walk San Francisco has raised nearly $86 million for life-saving HIV prevention, testing, and care programs and services. It is the largest AIDS fundraising event in Northern…

    SF Pride for Racial and Economic Justice, and for Orlando

    SF Pride for Racial and Economic Justice, and for Orlando

    News of the deadliest mass shooting in U.S. history has ripped a gaping wound in our hearts that still has not healed, and never fully will. The image of vibrant,…

    Frameline40

    Frameline40

    Welcome to Frameline40! Frameline40: The King of Queer Film Festivals, the San Francisco International LGBTQ Film Festival, celebrates its 40th anniversary from June 16–26 with a new look and 11…

    Bank of San Francisco: A Decade of Supporting San Francisco Values

    Bank of San Francisco: A Decade of Supporting San Francisco Values

    San Francisco Small Business Week is May 21–28. As presidential candidate Senator Bernie Sanders has said, “Small business is the driving force of America’s economy … The backbone of a…

    What a Difference 20 Years Makes

    What a Difference 20 Years Makes

    This year marks my 20th anniversary as the Executive Director at the National Center for Lesbian Rights. Every year has been filled with joy, heartbreak, elation, passion, and resolve. Every…

    Project Open Hand’s Taste of the City

    Project Open Hand’s Taste of the City

    Project Open Hand Nourishes Both Body and Soul In 1985, a San Francisco grandmother and retired food-service worker named Ruth Brinker began to prepare meals for seven of her neighbors…

    The Gilda Stories

    The Gilda Stories

    Interview with Jewelle Gomez, Author of The Gilda Stories Our thanks go to Jewelle Gomez, for taking time out of her busy coast-to-coast schedule for this recent interview. San Francisco…

    First Ever Wine Train Pride Ride

    First Ever Wine Train Pride Ride

    Inaugural Wine Train Pride Ride to Benefit the Richmond/Ermet Aid Foundation This year marks the first ever Wine Train Pride Ride, and the San Francisco Bay Times is proud to…

    Profile of Brett Andrews

    Profile of Brett Andrews

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