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    Castro Theatre Renovation Uncovers, Decodes Artistic Treasures

    Castro Theatre Renovation Uncovers, Decodes Artistic Treasures

    “Architecture is as much a response to place, a conversation with place, as it is a making of place.” —Dr. Jeffery Malpas The shapes, structures, and materials of a building…

    2024 San Francisco Pride Grand Marshals

    2024 San Francisco Pride Grand Marshals

    San Francisco Pride Grand Marshals represent a wide range of diverse experiences and have made significant contributions to the LGBTQ+ community. With the help of public input, SF Pride selects…

    GGBA: Leading the Way for LGBT Businesses and Our Community for Five Decades

    GGBA: Leading the Way for LGBT Businesses and Our Community for Five Decades

    By Roger Gross– (Editor’s Note: This piece first ran in the San Francisco Bay Times in 2014 on the occasion of the Golden Gate Business Association’s 40th Anniversary. Gross agreed…

    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…

    At Brown Girl Farms, Earth Day Is Every Day

    At Brown Girl Farms, Earth Day Is Every Day

    Birthed from a belief that queer, Black women farmers need more representation and celebration in the growing world, Ashlee Johnson-Geisse founded Brown Girl Farms. Brown Girl Farms, located in the…

    The Stud Collective Transforms Historic Queer Bar Into America’s First Co-Op Nightclub

    The Stud Collective Transforms Historic Queer Bar Into America’s First Co-Op Nightclub

    The Stud’s new chapter began eight years ago when it was announced, on August 4, 2016, that a group consisting of drag queens, DJs, and performers formed a co-op and…

    Liam Mayclem: ‘Chef Dominique Crenn Is a Rebel With a Cause’

    Liam Mayclem: ‘Chef Dominique Crenn Is a Rebel With a Cause’

    “Girl on Fire” by Alicia Keys describes the year four-Michelin-starred Chef Dominique Crenn is having. She now divides her time between France, where her recently opened restaurant Golden Poppy Paris…

    A Thriving Gayborhood in the Heart of Oakland

    A Thriving Gayborhood in the Heart of Oakland

    Polls and surveys consistently show that Oakland, California, has one of the highest concentrations of LGBTQ people in the nation. It also has one of the largest populations of lesbian-headed…

    Skin on Market: A Beacon of Inclusivity and Community Support in the Castro

    Skin on Market: A Beacon of Inclusivity and Community Support in the Castro

    Photos by David Michael By Leon Shannon– My journey with skincare has been marked by struggles, triumphs, and a profound commitment to empowering others on their own unique paths to…

    Let’s Go Home: 2.22.24

    Here are two of the many pets now available for adoption at Oakland Animal Services (OAS): Omelette Adoptable Omelette is a sweet dog who is learning how to feel safe…

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