A site in San Francisco's Upper Haight neighborhood that's
provided mental health services, clean syringes, and other assistance to
homeless neighborhood youth for over a decade will shut down Christmas Day.
LGBT human rights leaders mourned the death of former South
African President Nelson Mandela, calling the Nobel Peace Prize recipient a
true global leader.
The estate of a deceased Castro artist has donated a number of her portraits of denizens of the gayborhood toward the fundraising effort for a sidewalk-based LGBT history project. (read more)
The holiday spirit was evident Tuesday, December 10 in San Francisco City Hall at the lighting ceremony for the Rainbow World Fund's World Tree of Hope. (read more)
Drag queens and friends converged upon the gay South of Market Club OMG for the December 8 "royal" wedding of two past Grand Dukes of the Ducal Court. (read more)
The Food and Drug Administration has approved Gilead Sciences' new hepatitis C drug sofosbuvir (brand name Sovaldi), following the recent approval of Janssen's simeprevir (brand name Olysio). (read more)
As Chelsea Manning remains confined in the United States
Disciplinary Barracks at Ft. Leavenworth, Kansas, her attorney, David Coombs, addressed a packed house at Oakland's Humanist Hall this week.
A museum show devoted to still photography of dynamic dancers might seem at first to be an oxymoronic concept, like "jumbo shrimp" or "guest star. (read more)
The play's title, its author agrees, may suggest something Santa Claus Is Coming Out is not. (read more)
Queer & Celtic, a new collection of Irish memories, poetry, essays, plays, and short stories, is a powerful reflection on family, community, and Celtic culture. (read more)
I didn't come to bury Barbra, but I'll admit I was a little skeptical. (read more)
Shopping in your local bookstore for holiday gifts is a calm and civilized contrast to mall madness. (read more)
From the fiction shelf: Midwestern writer and Wisconsin native Glenway Wescott, who counted Monroe Wheeler as a lover and Paul Cadmus and George Platt Lynes among his social circle, has been dead for more than 25 years. (read more)