One of the nation's most celebrated gay bars may soon go out of business after a new landlord more than doubled the rent, part of a trend that has old-timers lamenting that the San Francisco they know and love- dilapidated and diverse - is disappearing.
The Four Seasons has been a favorite of celebrities and business titans since it opened in the landmark Seagram Building in 1959. It is scheduled to close in July. The building's owner said last year he was not renewing the lease.
The Center was tapped by the NYS Dept. of Health to administer LGBT Health and Human Services Network.
A Boston-area high school basketball playoff game became the site of an ugly display of public hate speech Friday when anti-gay slurs from one team's fans were used to respond to an anti-Semitic chant by their opponent's supporters.
Colorado Democrats are trying again to stop therapists from trying to change young people's sexual orientation, joining a number of states that have acted against what's known as gay conversion therapy.
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The nominees, a diverse group of queer and straight people, were "selected for their contributions to the LGBTQ communities," according to officials with the San Francisco LGBT Pride Celebration Committee Inc.
San Francisco's iconic Dolores Park is now home to the city's first open-air urinal, the latest move to combat the destructive scourge of public urination in the City by the Bay.
The Asian and Pacific Islander Wellness Center has expanded the hours of its recently remodeled Wellness Clinic as it continues to make changes now that it has federal status.
All those interviewed said they would rather take their chances on the street in frigid weather than turn to a shelter system they described as filthy, violent, vermin-infested, and rife with mental illness and addiction.