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Out candidates vie for Berkeley City Council

By Alex Madison | Wednesday Sep 12, 2018
There are five out LGBT candidates in the race for seats on the Berkeley City Council.

Siblings' struggles drive SF Supe Stefani

By Matthew S. Bajko | Wednesday Sep 12, 2018
The personal has proved to be political for San Francisco Supervisor Catherine Stefani since being appointed in January as the representative for Cow Hollow, the Marina, Russian Hill, and Pacific Heights.

Guest Opinion: Everybody's wrong in NLGJA fiasco

By Steve Friess | Wednesday Sep 12, 2018
NLGJA: The Association of LGBTQ Journalists was concluding a lovely annual convention in Palm Springs last weekend when a nice man said a stupid thing and a lot of other presumably nice, reasonable people became angry.

Political Notebook: Milk club backs gay Fremont council candidate

By Matthew S. Bajko | Wednesday Sep 12, 2018
A gay lawyer running for Fremont City Council against a school board member who opposed the teaching of LGBT-inclusive sex education has picked up the support of the Harvey Milk LGBTQ Democratic Club.

Former SF toxicologist's settlement moves forward

By Alex Madison | Wednesday Sep 12, 2018
San Francisco City Attorney Dennis Herrera has recommended that a lawsuit filed by a gay man who formerly worked as the city's chief toxicologist be settled for $100,000.

Castro retail cannabis concept gets OK from merchants

By Sari Staver | Wednesday Sep 12, 2018
The Castro Merchants gave its unanimous approval to the concept of a new retail cannabis dispensary, Sugar, to be located at 3989 17th Street, adjacent to Jane Warner Plaza.

Enjoying the hell out of opening week

By Roberto Friedman | Wednesday Sep 12, 2018
Yes, San Francisco Bay Area socialites have long called the week after Labor Day "Hell Week," but really it's a type of cultural heaven.

San Francisco Opera's double-header

By Philip Campbell | Wednesday Sep 12, 2018
The pairing of Italian operas "Cavalleria Rusticana" ("Rustic Chivalry") and "Pagliacci" ("Clowns") has been famously successful for more than a century.

Business Briefs: Gay-owned plant store helps to green Tenderloin

By Matthew S. Bajko | Wednesday Sep 12, 2018
Growing up in Redding in northern California, Chai Saechao loved to get his hands dirty in the backyard garden his mother tended.

Remembering Paul Taylor

By Brian Bromberger | Wednesday Sep 12, 2018
In his autobiography, Paul Taylor wrote that the vital statistic of his life was "an insatiable itch to communicate to the world at large," a goal he fulfilled as one of the greatest modern dance choreographers of the 20th century.

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