News » Local

1 thru 10 of 1622 Stories
 Erasing Hate: Pride Center Panel Discusses Fighting Crime

Erasing Hate: Pride Center Panel Discusses Fighting Crime

By John McDonald | Nov 19
Representatives from local and federal law enforcement agencies came together to participate in a hate crimes panel presented by the Matthew Shepard Foundation.

Housing Focus of 1st D8 Supe Debate

Housing Focus of 1st D8 Supe Debate

By Matthew S. Bajko | Nov 18
The two gay candidates seeking the District 8 seat on the San Francisco Board of Supervisors differed over housing and homelessness at their first debate Monday night seven months before voters head to the polls.

On the Town :: Sparkling Support

On the Town :: Sparkling Support

By Donna Sachet | Nov 18
With so many natural disasters surfacing all over the world it is easy to become overwhelmed. But look around, and you will find people from our LGBTQ Community organizing events all around you.

Deadlines Approach for North Bay Fire Victims

Deadlines Approach for North Bay Fire Victims

By Heather Cassell | Nov 11
It's been just over a month since the deadly North Bay wildfires, and deadlines are approaching for survivors who lost homes or businesses to file for recovery grants, cleanup assistance, and other relief.

Actor Terry Crews Seeks Charges After Alleged Groping

Actor Terry Crews Seeks Charges After Alleged Groping

Nov 9
Actor Terry Crews has filed a police report after saying he was sexually assaulted by a high-level Hollywood executive.

Corbett Heights Residents Spruce Up Petite Parks

Corbett Heights Residents Spruce Up Petite Parks

By Matthew S. Bajko | Nov 5
At a bend in the roadway near where Corbett Avenue connects with Mars Street is a new mini-park residents of Corbett Heights have waited years to be constructed.

Officer, Suspect Shot in Castro

Officer, Suspect Shot in Castro

By Seth Hemmelgarn | Nov 4
A San Francisco police officer and a suspect were hospitalized with gunshot wounds early Wednesday, November 1, after they exchanged fire in the Castro district just after midnight.

Group Hosts Parties, Salons to Promote Gay Men's Health

Group Hosts Parties, Salons to Promote Gay Men's Health

By Matthew S. Bajko | Oct 29
Whether through dance parties and bar events or more intimate salon-like settings with invited health officials and other speakers, the Impulse Group aims to engage and inform gay men around the globe.

SF Releases 5-Year Homeless Plan

SF Releases 5-Year Homeless Plan

By Seth Hemmelgarn | Oct 28
The San Francisco agency tasked with fighting homelessness has released an ambitious five-year plan that lays out goals for helping people living in the city's streets and shelters, including the chronically homeless, youth, and people staying in tents.

Expansion of SF LGBT Senior Housing Begins

Expansion of SF LGBT Senior Housing Begins

By Matthew S. Bajko | Oct 22
The asphalt of a former parking lot is rapidly being torn up in order to start construction on a new home for low-income LGBT seniors in San Francisco.

1 thru 10 of 1622 Stories