Topics :: San Francisco Pride
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Apple Inc. released a new video on YouTube Monday that celebrates LGBT Pride and details thousands of the technology giant’s employees celebrating in San Francisco.
San Francisco police are investigating a second hate crime during the city’s Gay Pride festivities.
San Francisco celebrated its 44th Pride Parade titled "Color Our World with Pride". There were an estimated 1.5 million people in attendance enjoying a fabulous day.
The night before Pride, the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence bring the party to the streets of the Castro, closing them to cars and then pumping multiple sound stages with music to create the largest nighttime street party in San Francisco.
San Francisco showed it’s pride at the City by the Bay’s Forty-Fourth Annual Pride Celebration. With all of the great performances and venders, there was plenty of fun for everyone.
San Francisco LGBT Pride organizers are preparing to welcome visitors from around the globe to the city this weekend for the 44th annual parade and celebration.
This year’s Dyke March is ready to go, despite a shorter rally due to the renovation work at Dolores Park.
Talk show host Ross Mathews, who just finished wrapping season two of "Hello Ross!" is honored this week to serve as Grand Marshal of the San Francisco LGBT Pride Parade and to promote HIV testing with OraQuick.
A man who was shot at last year’s San Francisco Pride celebration is suing organizers, claiming they were negligent because they failed to provide adequate security.
Airbnb, the Internet-based lodging sharing company whose name is often associated with San Francisco’s eviction controversy, has joined the city’s LGBT Pride parade and celebration as a major sponsor.
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