News » Local

1 thru 10 of 1673 Stories
DC Love Scratcher: Celebrating Pride in Washington DC

DC Love Scratcher: Celebrating Pride in Washington DC

Jun 14
DC Lottery launches a Pride-inspired DC Love Scratcher ticket to help celebrate all that our nation's capital has to offer.

Oregon Tribe Welcomes Back Long-Lost Artifacts

Oregon Tribe Welcomes Back Long-Lost Artifacts

Jun 8
An Oregon tribe has welcomed home artifacts taken from it 150 years ago that have been in storage in the British Museum in London for decades. After years of negotiation, the museum will loan the Confederated Tribes of the Grand Ronde 16 objects.

33rd AIDS Walk & Run Boston to Take Place Sunday, June 3

33rd AIDS Walk & Run Boston to Take Place Sunday, June 3

May 15
Registration is now open for the 33rd annual AIDS Walk & Run Boston, which will take place Sunday, June 3, 2018. The event regularly draws thousands of participants, making it the region's largest HIV/AIDS public awareness event.

Changes Made After Mayor, Sheehy Tour Castro

Changes Made After Mayor, Sheehy Tour Castro

By Alex Madison | Mar 28
Increased homeless outreach in the evenings, expansion of the Healthy Streets Operation, and limited hours for the Walgreens parking lot in the Castro are planned after a public safety walk in the area Monday morning.

Castro Sober Space Marks 35 Years with Pageant

Castro Sober Space Marks 35 Years with Pageant

By Sari Staver | Mar 31
As the Castro Country Club begins its 35th year of service to San Francisco's LGBT sober community, the nonprofit will crown its 2018 Miss/Mr. Castro Country Club at its ninth annual drag pageant Saturday, April 14.

AARP Releases LGBTQ Senior Study

AARP Releases LGBTQ Senior Study

Mar 27
A new AARP survey, "Maintaining Dignity: Understanding and Responding to the Challenges Facing Older LGBT Americans," elevates alarming statistics about the LGBT aging experience.

Castro Park Board Prez Forced Out

Castro Park Board Prez Forced Out

By Matthew S. Bajko | Mar 25
Amid growing concerns of his leadership overseeing the upkeep of a San Francisco monument to LGBTs killed by the Nazis in World War II, the president of the Eureka Valley Foundation was forced to resign this week.

Atkins Sworn In as State Sen. Leader

Atkins Sworn In as State Sen. Leader

By Matthew S. Bajko | Mar 24
Lesbian state Senator Toni Atkins (D-San Diego) took her oath of office Wednesday to become the first female and first LGBT president pro tem of the California Senate. She is the 48th person to hold the second most powerful post in state government.

Leno No Show at LGBT Mayoral Forum

Leno No Show at LGBT Mayoral Forum

By Matthew S. Bajko | Mar 24
At Monday night's mayoral forum at the Castro Theatre, gay former state lawmaker and city supervisor Mark Leno was a no-show.

SF Paper Apologizes for Wiener Pic

SF Paper Apologizes for Wiener Pic

By Matthew S. Bajko | Mar 24
A local monthly newspaper that covers San Francisco's western neighborhoods is apologizing for running a photo of gay state Senator Scott Wiener that many found to be homophobic.

1 thru 10 of 1673 Stories