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Voices from the black gay community

By David Lamble | Tuesday Feb 19, 2019
The late Marlon Riggs (1957-94) captured a cultural movement in his 1989 music- and poetry-driven documentary "Tongues Untied: Black Men Loving Black Men."

Inside discredited 'conversion therapy'

By Brian Bromberger | Tuesday Feb 19, 2019
In filmmaker Richard Yeagley's fly-on-the-wall documentary "The Sunday Sessions" (on DVD from FirstRun Features), behind-the-scenes footage reveals how a manipulative process works.

Amara La Negra to headline SF Pride

Tuesday Feb 19, 2019
Musician and television personality Amara La Negra has been announced as the first entertainer who will headline this year's San Francisco LGBT Pride celebration.

Life during wartime - Melissa Hawkins' nightlife photos at the GLBT History Museum

By Michael Flanagan | Sunday Feb 17, 2019
The GLBT Historical Society and Museum is presenting the exhibition 'SoMa Nights: The Queer Nightclub Photography Of Melissa Hawkins,' curated by photographer Hawkins and nightlife historian Marke B.

Reward offered in 'Doodler' cold case

By BAR staff | Wednesday Feb 13, 2019
San Francisco police offer reward, updated sketch in "Doodler" cold case.

Valentine Project brings cheer to sick kids

By David-Elijah Nahmod | Wednesday Feb 13, 2019
A unique project likely will bring smiles to the faces of ill children on Valentine's Day.

Video of defendant in gay stylist's death reveals details

Wednesday Feb 13, 2019
In what prosecutors are calling a confession, James Rickleffs admitted to tying up Steven "Eriq" Escalon, stealing items from his home, and leaving him bound and gagged in a two and a half hour video interrogation shown to the jury this week.

Prosecutors in dog-maul case applaud Knoller parole denial

Wednesday Feb 13, 2019
Those who prosecuted Marjorie Knoller in the 2001 dog-mauling death of lesbian Diane Whipple say a state board's decision last week to deny parole to her is justice.

Business Briefs: Gay crime novelist launches own press with podcast

Wednesday Feb 13, 2019
A year ago this month celebrated gay crime novelist Michael Nava secured the rights for all of his published works, including the seven titles in his acclaimed series featuring the gay criminal defense lawyer Henry Rios.

Valentine Project brings cheer to sick kids

By David-Elijah Nahmod | Wednesday Feb 13, 2019
A unique project likely will bring smiles to the faces of ill children on Valentine's Day.

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