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After Years of Delays, Castro Hamburger Mary's Opens
San Francisco, CA

After Years of Delays, Castro Hamburger Mary's Opens

By Matthew S. Bajko | Mar 17
It was a day many thought wouldn't come, with some joking they were on the lookout for flying pigs Sunday night, as the long promised Castro location of Hamburger Mary's quietly opened to the public.

Santa Clara Hires Trans Manager
San Francisco, CA

Santa Clara Hires Trans Manager

By Heather Cassell | Mar 11
The Santa Clara County Office of LGBTQ Affairs announced this week that Anthony Ross will be the manager of its new transgender program.

Farrell Taps Gay Man to Head DPA
San Francisco, CA

Farrell Taps Gay Man to Head DPA

By Seth Hemmelgarn | Mar 10
San Francisco Mayor Mark Farrell has nominated a gay African-American man to permanently lead the city's Department of Police Accountability

Business Briefs: LGBT Chambers to Talk Policy at SF Summit
San Francisco, CA

Business Briefs: LGBT Chambers to Talk Policy at SF Summit

By Matthew S. Bajko | Mar 10
LGBT business owners set to gather in San Francisco for conference.

Political Notebook: Out Alameda Judge, Education Official Receive Support
San Francisco, CA

Political Notebook: Out Alameda Judge, Education Official Receive Support

By Matthew S. Bajko | Mar 3
A lesbian judge on the Alameda County Superior Court and a gay man on the county's board of education have the backing of an East Bay LGBT political group for their re-election bids this year.

Gay SF Parks Alliance CEO Marks First Year
San Francisco, CA

Gay SF Parks Alliance CEO Marks First Year

By Matthew S. Bajko | Mar 4
Since moving to San Francisco nearly three years ago, San Francisco Parks Alliance CEO Drew Becher has noticed that its residents have a relationship to the city's parks and open spaces unlike anything he has witnessed in the other metro areas he has live

Castro CBD Accepts $20K from Natali
San Francisco, CA

Castro CBD Accepts $20K from Natali

By Tony Taylor | Mar 3
A $20,000 donation to the Castro/Upper Market Community Benefit District for the purpose of a local vacancy reduction study in the Castro came from an unlikely source: controversial local landlord Les Natali.

SF DA Wants Auto Break-In Task Force
San Francisco, CA

SF DA Wants Auto Break-In Task Force

By Seth Hemmelgarn | Mar 3
San Francisco District Attorney George Gascón plans to ask the city's Board of Supervisors and mayor for about $1 million to establish a task force to address automobile break-ins.

Farrell Supports Milk SFO Terminal Naming
San Francisco, CA

Farrell Supports Milk SFO Terminal Naming

By Matthew S. Bajko | Feb 25
San Francisco Mayor Mark Farrell supports naming Terminal 1 at the city's airport after slain gay rights leader Harvey Milk.

Grants Given Out for Guerneville Homeless Services
San Francisco, CA

Grants Given Out for Guerneville Homeless Services

By Charlie Wagner | Feb 24
Giving added urgency to the homeless issue in the Russian River community is the fact that two people living on the streets of Guerneville have died since January 1.

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