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The Imperial Court of San Francisco, Part 3: Mid-1980s to Mid-1990s

CULTURE | By Donna Sachet | Jan 25
The history of the Imperial Court of San Francisco continues in this unique contribution to GLBT History.

Where to Go in 2015: San Francisco

By Matthew Wexler | Dec 27
The first installment in a seven-part series, EDGE highlights bucket list destinations for 2015. We begin with an LGBT icon: San Francisco.

A History of LGBT Holiday Traditions

CULTURE | By Michael Flanagan | Dec 21
When you think of holidays associated with our community, you probably think of Halloween, or perhaps Pride Day or the Folsom Street Fair. It's unlikely that Christmas is the first that springs to mind, but perhaps it should.

Out There :: Russian Roulette

CULTURE | By Roberto Friedman | Dec 20
Out There spent several happy days last week immersed in reading "Little Failure," the acclaimed memoir by author Gary Shteyngart (Random House) now out in a cute little paperback ($16).

Chiu Seeks LGBT Caucus Membership

POLITICS | By Matthew S. Bajko | Dec 14
Upholding a campaign promise, Assemblyman David Chiu (D-San Francisco), who is straight, is seeking to join a legislative group for LGBT lawmakers in the Statehouse.

SF Couple Set for Annual Holiday Display

LOCAL | By David-Elijah Nahmod | Dec 14
Every year, the San Francisco hillside home of Dr. Jerome Goldstein and Tom Taylor lights up the neighborhood for the holidays and this year's display is now up for visitors to admire.

Out There :: What Are You Doing NYE?

CULTURE | By Roberto Friedman | Dec 13
Out There already has plans to attend Brava Theater Center's New Year's Eve Comedy Fiesta. We wouldn't miss sarcastic sin verguenza Marga Gomez!

Events to Mark World AIDS Day

LOCAL | By Seth Hemmelgarn | Nov 30
Events are planned around the Bay Area in the coming days to mark the 26th annual World AIDS Day.

SF Leaders Detail Plan to Cut HIV Infections to Zero

AIDS | By Matthew S. Bajko | Nov 30
San Francisco leaders have mapped out an aggressive plan to cut new HIV infections by 90 percent come 2020.

LGBT History Month: Tenderloin's LGBT Story Survives

CULTURE | By Seth Hemmelgarn | Oct 11
San Francisco's Tenderloin neighborhood has a colorful history and was once the center of gay life in San Francisco.

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