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    Dan Ashley’s Rock The CASA: Five Years of Helping Bay Area Children in Need

    Dan Ashley’s Rock The CASA: Five Years of Helping Bay Area Children in Need

    One of the most magical and memorable events of late winter is Dan Ashley’s Rock The CASA, an evening of music benefiting children in need. This year’s fundraiser, which will…

    Report from City Hall

    Report from City Hall

    By Supervisor Rafael Mandelman– Happy February, Bay Times readers! As a former columnist for this fine publication, it is a special treat to be able to report back on some…

    From Itinerant Chorus to Finding Home

    From Itinerant Chorus to Finding Home

    By Dr. Tim Seelig– Most residents of San- Francisco hail from somewhere other than the city. Since its founding, the Bay Area has been a landing spot for people from…

    The Rainbow Wave and the Most Diverse U.S. Congress Ever

    The Rainbow Wave and the Most Diverse U.S. Congress Ever

    History was made on January 3 as ten openly LGBTQ individuals were sworn into the U.S. Congress: two in the Senate and eight in the House. The prior record was…

    Mayor Breed Signs Legislation Making the Lesbian/Gay Freedom Band ‘The Official Band of San Francisco’

    Mayor Breed Signs Legislation Making the Lesbian/Gay Freedom Band ‘The Official Band of San Francisco’

    On December 18, in what had to be one of the most festive, uplifting and enjoyable signing ceremonies ever held at City Hall, Mayor London Breed signed into law legislation…

    Orphan Andy’s

    Orphan Andy’s

    “Close your eyes and tap your heels together three times and think to yourself, ‘There’s no place like home. There’s no place like home. There’s no place like … ”…

    Artists Portal Added to the National AIDS Memorial

    Artists Portal Added to the National AIDS Memorial

    By John Cunningham and Tom Jensen– The National AIDS Memorial was conceived by a small group of San Franciscans, moved by the devastating AIDS crisis, as a living memorial to…

    A New Progressive Era with Inspiration from Milk, Moscone

    A New Progressive Era with Inspiration from Milk, Moscone

    By Peter Gallotta– This year, San Franciscans will gather once again to remember Supervisor Harvey Milk and George Moscone. November 27, 2018, marks the 40th anniversary of their shocking murders…

    San Francisco Transgender Film Festival Offers Beauty, Rage and Resistance

    San Francisco Transgender Film Festival Offers Beauty, Rage and Resistance

    Before you even finish reading this article, you may want to go online and purchase your tickets to the 2018 San Francisco Transgender Film Festival (SFTFF). This year’s edition of…

    LGBTQ Community on Warriors Ground

    LGBTQ Community on Warriors Ground

    Last year, the Golden State Warriors (GSW) went into the history books by becoming the first defending NBA championship team to host an LGBT Pride Night. Continuing their support of…