Issue:  Vol. 46 / No. 26 / 30 June 2016
 
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Parade offers Orlando tribute

After the quintessential roar and cheering that always accompanies the Dykes on Bikes leading the LGBT Pride parade Sunday, June 26, the 46th annual event turned somber due to the hastily formed contingent "We Are Orlando," which featured people carrying 49 large placards with pictures of those who died at the recent massacre at a gay nightclub. (read more)

Solutions exist to end HIV homelessness

At first Paul Ernest Pingol-Eulalia adjusted well to his moving from the Philippines to Los Angeles in 2003. (read more)

Homeless issues at Castro library addressed

San Francisco officials and others are working to address homeless encampments and other issues that have persisted for years around... (read more)

2nd class picked for honor walk

The second set of honorees has been picked for the Rainbow Honor Walk, a project in San Francisco's gay Castro district that honors deceased LGBT luminaries. (read more)

Officials shouted down at Trans March

While this year's Trans March ended in celebration with a street renaming after a historic riot, the afternoon got off to a raucous start after... (read more)

Orlando takes center stage at Alice breakfast

The Orlando massacre that left 49 mostly gay Latino men dead earlier this month was front and center at the... (read more)

Campos, Kim accused of fighting against HIV funds

San Francisco Supervisors David Campos and Jane Kim are being accused of fighting efforts... (read more)

Obergefell reflects on 1-year anniversary of marriage case

For Jim Obergefell, the lead plaintiff in the 2015 U.S. Supreme Court case that established marriage equality... (read more)

Gay SF man fights deportation

A gay San Francisco man originally from Mexico City is fighting to stay in the city he's called home for 13 years. (read more)

For many, shuttered SF lesbian bar Maud's was home

Living in Pacifica in the 1980s, Kris Justesen would regularly come to San Francisco for work, school, or to coach and play softball. (read more)

SF police arrest 1 in anti-LGBT attacks

San Francisco police arrested a man Sunday after he allegedly threatened to kill a female couple and pushed one of them... (read more)

Gay man takes reins of Jewish group

It will be a new era for the American Jewish World Service when Robert Bank, a gay man, takes over at the global Jewish organization starting July 1. (read more)

Report: Actor-singer died of meth overdose

The February death of Aaron Wimmer, a gay San Francisco man who was well-known as a performer on Bay Area and New York stages... (read more)

Corrections

In the June 23 article, "Latinos march for Orlando," a quote was misattributed. (read more)

Political Notebook: Ideas differ on maintaining SF's LGBT population

An aging LGBT population combined with rising housing costs making San Francisco increasingly unaffordable... (read more)

News Briefs: AIDS Walk forms own foundation

The 30th annual AIDS Walk San Francisco takes place Sunday, July 17, and this year there's a new structure... (read more)

Jock Talk: SF Gay Games bid takes shape

As San Francisco celebrated Pride Month, including the 14th annual LGBT Pride Night at AT&T Park last Friday... (read more)

To the city and people of San Francisco:

Like you, we are frustrated, confused, and dismayed by the seemingly intractable problem of homelessness in our city. (read more)


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