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Gay No More, NYC's Out Hotel To Go Mainstream

Jul 28
The days of New York City's Out Hotel as a gay-themed vacation spot are numbered. The Real Deal reports that Merchant's Hospitality has bought the long-term lease on the Times Square area complex for $40 million and plans to go for a mainstream crowd.

Victim's Leg Broken in Hell's Kitchen Anti-Gay Attack

Jul 26
Manhattan's ├╝ber gay neighborhood Hells Kitchen was the site of an anti-gay attack that left a victim badly beaten with a broken leg.

Bears in the Woods :: A Legacy of Fun

By David-Elijah Nahmod | Jul 23
For the past two decades, gay couple Harry Lit and Allen Eggman have hosted Lazy Bear Weekend just about every summer in Guerneville. Now the former Bay Area residents are calling it quits.

Castro Market Hall Opens

By Sari Staver | Jul 23
Born and raised in the Philippines, husband and wife Jay and Claudine Dava decided in 2011 that they wanted to bring Filipino street food to the Bay Area.

Comfort & Joy at the AIDS Memorial Grove

By Jim Provenzano | Jul 21
Although it is a nonprofit collective, the art of Brian Busta stands out as 'the look' of Comfort & Joy; bright fluorescent colors, flapping flags and giant cartoon characters.

Milk's Bullhorn Returns to Gay Museum

By Matthew S. Bajko | Jul 17
After another star turn in a Hollywood production about San Francisco's LGBT community, the bullhorn once used by the late gay Supervisor Harvey Milk is back on display at the GLBT History Museum.

Cafe Flore is For Sale

By Sari Staver | Jul 16
The Castro's iconic Cafe Flore, a popular LGBT hangout for the past four decades, is for sale.

Lottery Slots Awarded for SF LGBT Senior Housing

By Matthew S. Bajko | Jul 16
Ray Rudolph stood nervously at the back of the packed dining hall inside Francis of Assisi Community, an independent living facility in San Francisco's Mission Dolores neighborhood.

Santa Clara County Awards Record $1M to LGBT Programs

By Matthew S. Bajko | Jul 9
Santa Clara County supervisors awarded a record $1 million to LGBT and HIV programs in their new fiscal year budget that began on July 1.

Rent Increase May Close Celebrated San Francisco Gay Bar

By Janie Har | Jul 7
One of the nation's most celebrated gay bars may soon go out of business after a new landlord more than doubled the rent, part of a trend that has old-timers lamenting that the San Francisco they know and love- dilapidated and diverse - is disappearing.

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