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    Openhouse Spring Fling 2024 – Groove Into Giving

    Openhouse Spring Fling 2024 – Groove Into Giving

    Photos by Charlotte Fiorito of Char Creative/Special to Openhouse Among the favorite annual events for the Bay Area LGBTQ+ community is the annual Openhouse Spring Fling, held this year on…

    Registrations Now Open for AGUILAS 30th Anniversary Celebration on May 24, 2024

    Registrations Now Open for AGUILAS 30th Anniversary Celebration on May 24, 2024

    By Eduardo Morales, Ph.D.– AGUILAS will soon celebrate its 30th Anniversary in providing services to the Latinx LGBTQ+ community. The 30th Anniversary Celebration is now scheduled for Friday May 24,…

    Tenderloin Tessie Holiday Dinners to Celebrate 50th Anniversary

    Tenderloin Tessie Holiday Dinners to Celebrate 50th Anniversary

    By Marilyn Murrillo, Ed.D., MPH, MBA, MA– Tenderloin Tessie Holiday Dinners will celebrate its 50th Anniversary on Saturday, May 18, 2024, from 1–4 pm at the First Unitarian Universalist Congregation located…

    Donna’s Chronicles, “We are passionate…”

    Donna’s Chronicles, “We are passionate…”

    By Donna Sachet– We are passionate about making sure the history of our LGBTQ+ Community is recorded accurately and a big part of that is procuring that history from those…

    Smuin Shines Spotlight on King of Rock and Roll in Season Finale

    Smuin Shines Spotlight on King of Rock and Roll in Season Finale

    Smuin Contemporary Ballet will close its 30th anniversary season with a powerful world premiere from one of today’s hottest names in choreography. Headlining the program is Annabelle Lopez Ochoa’s Tupelo…

    Ethel Smyth: Pioneering Composer and Militant Suffragette

    Ethel Smyth: Pioneering Composer and Militant Suffragette

    By Dr. Bill Lipsky– “The cause of woman took an immense stride forward last night,” The Morning Telegraph stated in its review of Der Wald,performed for the first time at…

    Top of Your Stack: 4.18.24

    Rebel Rising: A Memoir (nonfiction – hardbound) by Rebel Wilson From the scene-stealing star of Pitch Perfect and Bridesmaids comes a refreshingly candid, hilarious, and inspiring book about her unconventional journey to Hollywood success…

    Lit Snax: 4.18.24

    Born in Public by Greg Mania This Polish-American coming-out-and-of-age tale takes readers from suburban New Jersey to the nightclubs of Manhattan, where artistically inclined queer weirdos can feel right at home.…

    Queer Artist-Activist Xiangqi Chen Art Exhibit Opening

    Queer Artist-Activist Xiangqi Chen Art Exhibit Opening

    Photos by Rink A new exhibit of art and photography by Xiangqi Chen, artistin-residence at the Chinese Cultural Center (CCC), opened at the Chinese Queer Museum on Friday, April 12.…

    Let’s Go Home: 4.18.24

    Let’s Go Home: 4.18.24

    Here are two of the many pets now available for adoption at Oakland Animal Services (OAS): Lovable Lina is just about 1 year old and she is an ideal companion…