For the third time this year the San Francisco Planning Commission will weigh whether to allow a formula retailer to open on a prominent corner in the city's Castro district. (read more)
San Francisco Examiner publisher Todd Vogt has called off a planned June 30 concert by Michelle Shocked, the singer who had an anti-gay meltdown during a San Francisco concert in March. (read more)
Surrounded by 130 relatives and friends at an historic stable in the heart of California's wine country, Laura Kutch and Jasmine Dominguez plan to exchange their wedding vows in late September. (read more)
A San Francisco-based nonprofit that's been helping artists
with AIDS for more than 20 years is shutting down.
With the finances of the organization that produces the San Francisco Pride parade improving over the last couple years, officials said recently that the organization has completed retiring nearly $300,000 of outstanding debt ahead of next weekend's festivities. (read more)
Four years before New York City police battled LGBT patrons of the famous Stonewall Inn, San Francisco's gay community had its own pivotal showdown with the city's homophobic police department. (read more)
An effort to put up signage at a city park with a meadow and path named after a gay rights leader has won a competitive grant process. (read more)
The San Francisco Gay Men's Chorus will perform composer Andrew
Lippa's I Am Harvey Milk on June 26, 27,
and 28, at the Nourse Auditorium in San Francisco.
The 37th San Francisco International LGBT Film Festival puts a special emphasis on bold documentaries this year, while continuing to showcase a wide array of LGBT features and shorts. (read more)
The world premiere of Mark Morris' version of le Sacre du Printemps bearing the title Spring Spring Spring was a very big deal. (read more)
Is it surprising that the most influential American artist of the second half of the 20th century, legendary pop artist Andy Warhol, was gay? (read more)
Are you in need of a joy fix? By all means, head to the War
Memorial Opera House, where San Francisco Opera's production of Mozart and Da
Ponte's great comic opera Cosi fan tutte
is in the middle of its run.