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    Ann Rostow: Bucket All

    Ann Rostow: Bucket All

    By Ann Rostow– Bucket All It’s been so long, dear Readers. I’ve missed you! Mel is recovering from the six-hour back surgery, although she can’t really get around well enough…

    The Passing of Peggy Moore and Hope Wood Is a Tragic Loss to Oakland and the Nation

    The Passing of Peggy Moore and Hope Wood Is a Tragic Loss to Oakland and the Nation

    By Rebecca Kaplan, Oakland City Councilmember At-Large– On May 10, 2024, the Bay Area, and Oakland in particular, lost two titans who were advocates, advisors, strategists, and friends who helped…

    Join Me at the 2024 San Francisco Pride Parade

    Join Me at the 2024 San Francisco Pride Parade

    By Assemblymember Phil Ting– Happy Pride Month! Please join me in what will be my last San Francisco Pride Parade as an Assemblymember. Reserve a spot by June 21 to…

    2024 Business of Pride

    2024 Business of Pride

    The San Francisco Business Times on June 6, 2024, held its annual Business of Pride event, celebrating local LGBTQ business owners. The event, sponsored by the San Francisco Bay Times,…

    Pink Triangle Canvas Briefly Displayed at The Academy SF Before Installation on Twin Peaks

    Pink Triangle Canvas Briefly Displayed at The Academy SF Before Installation on Twin Peaks

    Patrick Carney, the Founder of the Pink Triangle project, and his husband Hossein brought a canvas from the Pink Triangle display to The Academy SF for the “Eve of Pride…

    Donna’s Chronicles, “With only hours to go before Pride month began…”

    Donna’s Chronicles, “With only hours to go before Pride month began…”

    By Donna Sachet– With only hours to go before Pride month began, Divas & Drinks celebrated SF Pride at The Academy on May 31.  Presenting Sponsor Comcast, represented by Joan…

    Top of Your Stack 6.13.24

    The Guncle Abroad (fiction – hardcover) by Steven Rowley The beloved and fun-loving “guncle” returns, diving headfirst into the whirlwind of family drama at his brother’s extravagant Italian wedding. Amid…

    Lit Snax: 6.13.24

    Housemates by Emma Copley Eisenberg This road trip novel explores Big Picture Ideas about art, connection, friendship, and queerness.  A Place of Our Own: Six Spaces That Shaped Queer Women’s Culture by…

    Transforming Harvey Milk Plaza: An Innovative Public-Private Collaboration Celebrating an Important Civil Rights Figure

    Transforming Harvey Milk Plaza: An Innovative Public-Private Collaboration Celebrating an Important Civil Rights Figure

    In the heart of San Francisco’s vibrant Castro district lies Harvey Milk Plaza, a historic site intertwined with the city’s LGBTQ+ heritage and the community’s ongoing struggle for civil rights.…

    Inaugural Rainbow Fair Oakland

    Inaugural Rainbow Fair Oakland

    Photos by Sandy Morris and Juan Davila Grammy Award-winning R&B artist Thelma Houston (“Don’t Leave Me This Way” and more) headlined the main stage at the first Rainbow Fair Oakland…

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