Gay San Francisco: The Latest
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Farewells and returns this week; a fab dragster moves on, a sing-along show tune night returns, and monthly favorites fill SoMa saloons.
Director Patty Jenkins first expressed interest in making a "Wonder Woman" movie over 10 years ago.
The ACLU'S national legal director says "unacceptable threats of violence" that led to the cancellation of Ann Coulter's speech at the University of California, Berkeley are inconsistent with free speech principles.
Belgian Prime Minister Charles Michel says it was a mistake for his nation to help vote Saudi Arabia onto a United Nations women's rights committee, arguing that the country does not respect gender equality.
Kim Kardashian says that being held at gunpoint during a Paris jewelry heist last year "was meant to happen."
The HIV market across nine major countries is set to grow from $16.3 billion in 2015 to $22.5 billion by 2025, representing a compound annual growth rate of just over 3 percent, according to research and consulting firm GlobalData.
Ellen DeGeneres can measure her career and personal success by several impressive yardsticks, including a popular daytime talk show and eight-year marriage to Portia de Rossi.
"The Holocaust teaches us what can happen when state-sponsored, group-targeted violence is allowed to go unchecked," says Museum Director Sara J. Bloomfield.
Some people never learn their lesson. After a dismal showing at last year's March for Marriage that drew exactly 237 participants on a sunny day, NOM is back.
While promoting his upcoming debut solo album, Harry Styles discussed gay and women's rights on a French talk show this week.
Despite pleas from local LGBT activists, Fort Lauderdale Mayor Jack Seiler is forging ahead with plans to attend an evangelical prayer breakfast this week. Focus on the Family Chief Executive Officer Jim Daly is one of the event's three featured speakers.
If you don't like this Kim Kardashian product, you can always burn it.
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"Temple" takes us back to the days of Occupy Wall Street at Berkeley's Aurora Theatre, less than five miles from where a police raid hospitalized Iraq War vet Scott Olsen in Oakland, an incident this play references just a few minutes in.
Through Jonathan Demme's freewheeling filmmaking life sounded a steady rock 'n' roll beat.
Greek yogurt giant Chobani says there is no other option but to take conspiracy theorist Alex Jones to court.
A group of climate change skeptics who call themselves "climate realists" think the U.S. has spent too much money on climate change already, and they want the government to stop.
Around the U.S., deed theft has emerged as one of the most sophisticated and devastating frauds ever to menace homeowners.
German automaker Daimler AG says net profit doubled in the first three months of the year as the new version of the company's Mercedes-Benz E-Class sedan and its SUV lineup boosted sales.
Vendors in tiny stalls stir noodles, toss crepes and fill dumplings as lines of hungry customers stretch into the dark.
HRC announced the selection of ten outstanding, young leaders for the second year of its fellowship program focused on elevating the work of young people on the front lines of the HIV and AIDS epidemic.
United Airlines says it will raise the limit - to $10,000 - on payments to customers who give up seats on oversold flights and will increase training for employees as it deals with fallout from a passenger being violently dragged from his seat.
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Spring uncoils, but the scene remains lively across the Bay Area. Here are the places to be, and events new and evergreen.
Hot Cowboys showed their stuff at WeHo's Flaming Saddles. The event was called Cowboy A Go-Go. EDGE was there with spurs on. Check out these photos.