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From 'Beach' to Memorial: Castro Site Evolves Over Decades

CULTURE | By Seth Hemmelgarn | Oct 23
The corner of 18th and Castro streets - arguably the center of the gay universe - was known in the 1970s and 1980s as a sunny social spot for gay men who had escaped to San Francisco from other parts of the country.

SF's Up Your Alley Street Fair Returns to SoMa

CULTURE | By Race Bannon | Jul 29
As it was last year, the Fair will take place on Dore Alley between Howard and Folsom and continuing on Folsom from 9th to Juniper and the adjoining block of 10th Street.

Got Pride?

CULTURE | By Cutter Slagle | Jul 23
As summer progresses and continues to come in hot (one can only hope), there's a topic that needs to be discussed other than who's sporting tan lines: Pride.

The Ugliness of Fat Shaming

CULTURE | By Jill Gleeson | Jul 23
More than a third of gay men, researchers say, have experienced antifat bias, many of them people who would not be considered overweight by body mass index standards.

Miami Beach Bruthaz X Schedule of Events

SPECIAL EVENTS | By Ian Maloney | Jul 17
Miami Beach Bruthaz is back this weekend to bring high energy, intimate, interactive events to Miami Beach's LGBT community.

The History of LGBT Bookstores in the Castro

BOOKS | By Michael Flanagan | Jul 17
The closing of Books Inc. in the Castro last month and the opening of Dog Eared Books (489 Castro) where A Different Light once existed has gotten me thinking about bookstores and the literary world of San Francisco.

Out There: Return to the Transgressive 1980s

BOOKS | By Roberto Friedman | Jul 16
Blend together a sudden pandemic of a potentially fatal STD, a reactionary federal government impervious to our plight, the ACT UP movement and other gay responses, and you have the ingredients for a true cultural moment.

Four-Star LGBT Charitable Organizations to Donate To

CULTURE | By Joel Martens | Jul 9
In light of the horrors of Orlando's recent, tragic mass murders, many of us are looking for ways to offer support and assistance to LGBT community members who may be in need, whereever they may be.

Iconic SF Gay Bar's Future Uncertain

NEWS | By Khaled Sayed | Jul 9
The building housing one of San Francisco's oldest gay bars has been sold and the owner said he's retiring and moving to Hawaii, leaving the club's future uncertain.

Matthew Shepard Opera to Receive World Premiere

MUSIC | By JW Arnold | Jun 5
A horrifying incident in LGBT history is the subject of a new opera by Fort Lauderdale composer Michael Ross.

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