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SFMTA Eyes Castro Parking Lots for Housing

By Matthew S. Bajko | May 22
San Francisco's transit agency is eyeing two surface parking lots in the city's gay Castro district as potential affordable housing sites.

Zuckerberg Hospital Set to Open Saturday

By Set Hemmelgarn | May 22
Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital and Trauma Center is preparing to move about 200 patients into its new main facility at 1001 Potrero Avenue, which will include expanded emergency services and private rooms. The new site is set to open Saturday,

Morris Moves to Roxie

By Sari Staver | May 21
Longtime film festival programmer Jennifer "Junkyard" Morris has joined the Roxie Theater as a programmer.

Trans Woman, Accused of Threats, Freed from Jail

By Seth Hemmelgarn | May 21
A transgender San Francisco woman who allegedly wielded a screwdriver at her husband and threatened to kill him has been released from jail after admitting to violating her probation.

LA Pride Organizers Issue Statement Addressing Charges of Commercialization

May 16
After being roundly criticized for everything from inflated ticket prices and decreased presence for lesbians and trans people, to general lack of financial transparency, Christopher Street West, producers of LA Pride, issued a statement Friday.

Tea Room Theatre Closing

By Seth Hemmelgarn | May 15
One of San Francisco's last gay porn theaters is set to close this weekend.

Women's Building to Celebrate 45 Years with Party

By Heather Cassell | May 15
The Women's Building will mark its 45th anniversary with a gala celebration next week that will bring out founding members, past leaders, community members, and local artists.

Doughty to Be Honored by Openhouse

By Sari Staver | May 14
Roger Doughty, longtime president of the Horizons Foundation, will receive the Founders Award from Openhouse at its annual Spring Fling benefit Sunday, May 15 at the Hyatt Regency Hotel, 5 Embarcadero Center in San Francisco.

Legal Services Agency to Move Into LGBT Center

By Matthew S. Bajko | May 14
A legal services agency that works with low-income Bay Area residents is moving its San Francisco office into the city's LGBT Community Center this fall.

NGLCC Congratulates Equator Coffee & Teas on Business Award

May 4
The National Gay and Lesbian Chamber of Commerce (NGLCC), along with its San Francisco local affiliate Golden Gate Business Association (GGBA), congratulate Equator Coffees & Teas for being named the 2016 National Small Business of the Year.

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