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Improper Bostonian

By Jim Piechota | Tuesday Jan 15, 2019
Lambda Award-winning author Mattilda Bernstein Sycamore draws from her time spent living in Boston in 1995 to inform "Sketchtasy," a coming-of-age novel.

More Sundance kids

By David Lamble | Tuesday Jan 15, 2019
In the Sundance Film Festival's World Cinema Dramatic Competition, 12 films from around the world offer fresh perspectives and inventive styles.

Online Extra: LGBTQ Update: Insurance company settles with MA in PrEP case

By Alex Madison | Monday Jan 14, 2019
After an investigation by the Massachusetts Attorney General's office, Mutual of Omaha reached a settlement and has agreed to no longer deny coverage to people using HIV prevention medication such as PrEP.

BARchive :: A Celebration of Streetbar - How the First Gay Bar in Palm Springs Signaled A Change

By Michael Flanagan | Sunday Jan 13, 2019
With LGBTQ bars closing down, It's easy to assume that we are in a time of decline. But here is a very different story from a Southern Californian city.

Ministers, Homophiles and Raging Cops - How A Raucous New Year's Day Ball Changed San Francisco

By Michael Flanagan | Saturday Jan 12, 2019
History sometimes seems ruled by events with unintended consequences. That certainly is the case with the Mardi Gras Ball at California Hall - an event that's been called 'San Francisco's Stonewall,' a name that's a bit misplaced.

Online Extra: Political Notes: Low rules out religious exemption in conversion therapy ban

By Matthew S. Bajko | Friday Jan 11, 2019
As he works to build support among religious leaders for a ban on the practice of conversion therapy, gay Assemblyman Evan Low (D-Campbell) has ruled out granting them an exemption in his legislation.

Bringing the funny

By Sari Staver | Friday Jan 11, 2019
SF Sketchfest, the nationally recognized comedy festival born and bred in San Francisco, brings more than 700 shows to stages around town for 18 days beginning Jan. 10.

Venetian blondes

By Tim Pfaff | Friday Jan 11, 2019
Writing his final opera "Death in Venice," Benjamin Britten, who knew he was dying, looked at his life's work and stripped it bare.

Sundance kids

By David Lamble | Friday Jan 11, 2019
The Sundance Film Festival was the brainchild of Hollywood star Robert Redford.

LGBT groups call for full investigation into deaths at gay LA donor's home

By Cynthia Laird | Thursday Jan 10, 2019
LGBT groups issued statements Thursday calling on Los Angeles County authorities to investigate the death of a second black man at the West Hollywood home of gay Democratic donor Ed Buck.

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