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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.

BARchive :: Art Lick Gallery

By Michael Flanagan | May 1
Art Lick had an oversized impact in the three years it existed (from 1989 to 1992). Perhaps that was because art seemed so vital in the midst of the AIDS epidemic.

Leader of SF Parks Alliance Marks 5 Years

By Matthew S. Bajko | Apr 24
O'Grady was hired in October 2011 to be the executive director of the Parks Alliance, which was created by the merger of the Neighborhood Parks Council and San Francisco Parks Trust.

Anti-Gay Group Sues Over Dolores Park Pissoir

By Seth Hemmelgarn | Apr 23
An anti-LGBT group based in Sacramento is suing San Francisco over the pissoir in Mission Dolores Park.

Longtime Sexual Health Worker to Leave SFAF

By Seth Hemmelgarn | Apr 23
A man who for years directed a program that provided HIV testing, counseling, and other services to thousands of people in San Francisco is leaving the position.

Lottery for SF LGBT Senior Housing Nears

By Matthew S. Bajko | Apr 16
The application process for apartments in San Francisco's first LGBT senior housing development will open in a little more than a month, with the lottery to select residents likely to be held in late June.

2 Arrested in Nix Hit and Run Case

By Cynthia Laird | Apr 16
San Francisco Police announced this week that they have arrested two men in connection with a fatal hit and run accident last November that left a gay man dead.

Bartenders, Performers and Extra Talented People

By Jim Provenzano | Apr 10
Beyond the bars and the booze, it's the people who make our nightlife scene vibrant, funny, sexy and sometimes, a little bit shocking. Here are our favorite folks who make things fun.

Besties Reveal What B.A.R. Readers Like

By Compiled by Cynthia Laird | Apr 10
When we started the Besties survey five years ago, the Bay Area Reporter had turned 40 and we thought it would be a great way to hear from readers about what they liked in the LGBT community and beyond.

Out There :: Besties in Arts & Culture

By Roberto Friedman | Apr 9
Eagle-eyed readers who have been following Besties coverage in Arts & Culture over the years will have noticed that many of the winners in various categories have been previous awardees as well.

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