Online Extra: Sanders suspends presidential bid

Online Extra: Sanders suspends presidential bid

Senator Bernie Sanders suspended his campaign for the Democratic presidential nomination Wednesday, April 8, according to multiple media outlets.

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By Michael Yamashita | April 8, 2020

San Francisco is one of 11 US cities that is fortunate to have a legacy LGBT publication by us, for us, and about us. Help preserve the BAR as an historic and important community institution for the future.

By John Ferrannini | April 8, 2020

San Francisco Pride is working with City Hall to make major changes to the 50th annual parade and festival, which is scheduled for June 27-28, in light of the novel coronavirus outbreak.

By Matthew S. Bajko | April 8, 2020

Seated at his kitchen table, gay political leader and comedian Tom Ammiano began to recount his life story in July 2018 to journalist Tim Redmond and Jon Golinger, a political consultant and author.

By Jim Mitulski | April 8, 2020

This Sunday is Easter, typically the most joyous day of the church year for Christians.

By John Ferrannini | April 8, 2020

The novel coronavirus outbreak has moved much of life, both in the city and around the world, online — and celebrations of one of the holiest times of the year for Christians and Jews are no exception.

By John Ferrannini | April 8, 2020

Zaid Almasser was getting ready to open his first restaurant at 417 Castro Street — the former home of Dapper Dog, which shuttered earlier this year.

By Matthew S. Bajko | April 8, 2020

Belo Cipriani vividly remembers the three days he had a fever of 102 degrees after contracting the H1N1 virus, or swine flu, back in 2009 while living in San Francisco.

By Matthew S. Bajko | April 8, 2020

From an early age Dino Medardo Rosso had an ability to master foreign languages, first learning Spanish in kindergarten. It prepared him to converse with his adopted brother from El Salvador.

By Cynthia Laird | April 8, 2020

Openhouse, the LGBT senior agency in San Francisco, will host a virtual panel discussion where two-spirit First Nation people will share stories of life on the reservation and in the city's queer community.

By BAR Editorial Board | April 8, 2020

It was long overdue and not enough when the U.S. Food and Drug Administration announced last week that it had issued new guidance for gay and bi men donating blood.

By BAR staff | April 8, 2020

San Francisco City Hall was lit up in the red and yellow colors of the Spanish flag at nightfall Friday, April 3, as the city expressed its support with the European nation over the novel coronavirus pandemic.

By Heather Cassell | April 8, 2020

LGBT Asians around the world are fighting back in the face of coronavirus-inspired racist attacks against Asians.

By Gwendolyn Ann Smith | April 8, 2020

You don't need me to tell you how difficult and challenging these times are. We're all living through a pandemic and the affiliated economic collapse, made all the worse by an inept and cruel response from a corrupt federal government.

By BAR staff | April 8, 2020

This week's letters to the editor.

By BAR staff | April 8, 2020

The obituary for Jeffrey Tilmon.

By Cynthia Laird | April 7, 2020

Rick Chavez Zbur, the executive director of the statewide LGBT rights group Equality California, told the Bay Area Reporter Tuesday (April 7) that he will be a candidate for Los Angeles city attorney in two years.

By Matthew S. Bajko | April 7, 2020

With the endorsement of Equality California this week, South Bay Assembly candidate Alex Lee is close to sweeping up support from all of the major LGBT political groups that endorse state legislative candidates.

By John Ferrannini | April 7, 2020

The Human Rights Campaign released a study showing that LGBTQ people are at greater economic risk from the coronavirus outbreak's financial fallout.

By John Ferrannini | April 6, 2020

While the novel coronavirus outbreak has shut down much of American life in the past month ... the 50th annual San Francisco Pride parade and festival is slated to proceed as scheduled June 27-28.

By Liz Highleyman | April 6, 2020

The general public should routinely wear cloth face masks to reduce transmission of the new coronavirus that causes COVID-19, according to new guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

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